Traditional tales were built by many factors : involving nation’s ways of thinking, behavior, and off course, moral values. As far as I’m concern, Indonesian tales is somewhat different with the Western tales where good and evil confront each other Not all evil always defeated and who’s on the side of evil, by the way? … More Rara Jonggrang Legend and The Temple of Prambanan
As a country that lie along the line of the equator, Indonesia has only two seasons : the rainy and the dry. The first one used to go by different name, the monsoon. Normally, it start in November to March. But now its really hard to tell with the climate change!
I wrote some articles and got amazed by the fact that I had made too serious posts. It’s not a big deal but it just don’t feel like me. Perhaps it was one of the impact of my real-life situation for the past 4 weeks. I finished a lot of difficult problems just like playing … More Life is…
It’s been a while. I decided to continue writing in Living Harmony. For about 4 months, I’ve been busy writing in another blog. So what’s going on Indonesia, the capital city, specifically?
Hi.How’s life? For me, life has been hectic. Well, actually, I encountered impediments to writing. One of the reason is my physical condition. OK, that’s not important because the main issue here, I was struggling with writer’s block. But I did some photo editing and post it to my visual journal as my last effort … More Writer’s Block
Hi. It’s been a while. How’s life? I’ve been on vacation with my family, celebrating lebaran and mudik tradition. Exhausting, but enjoyable in many ways. We’ve both tried as hard as we can to forget about our works and projects for a while and be with the children.
One project in my real-life is done. A lesson is learned. The result will be given in one week. It’s more important to make a what-to-do list for my next move. Before that I’d like to take a break for while, preserving energies.