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because what you read always had a little lie
Saya lebih kaya dari ibu tapi saya gak sombong..

Bagian mana yang ga sombong dari omongan ini..

Ah terserah ibu aja deh~~~

  • Situasi: lagi istirahat siang di ruang meeting mandeep.
  • Temen: widih rajin bener lu bekel dari rumah...
  • Gue: iyalah.. lebih enak... lu kaga bekel?
  • Temen: engga. Gue beli nasi padang tadi.. lagian aneh juga makan masakan rumah..
  • Gue: lah kenapa?
  • Temen: gue mesti makan makanan yang baru, ga suka makanan yg lama disimpen
  • Gue: darimana elu tau masakan padang yang lu bawa itu baru dimasak? Kan biasanya lebih dari 2 hari..
  • Temen: anjir.... bener juga...

Tadi di gramedia abis belanja buku hehehehehe.
Tapi ini beda, ga belanja buku doang soalnya seneng ketemu temen sd yang udah lama ga kontak. Ya biasa orang baru ketemu lagi pasti nanya kegiatan, kabar, ngalor ngidul, daaaan sampe ke pertanyaan…..
“Ai kamu kuliah dimana ki?”
“Di enhaii, kalo kamu sekarang dimana (kuliahnya)?”
“Ah engga belum… Yaaa gitu deh lagi belajar, taun depan mau ambil psikologi UI.”

Hah?
Buset. Berarti pas gue taun terakhir, dia masih berjuang dong buat masuk kuliah. hebat. Kalo gue di posisi dia mungkin udah males belajar, males ikut ujian ini itu. Males ngapa-ngapain.
Sedangkan dia masih terus belajar, dan kekeuh sama mimpi dia.

Duh, jadi malu. Gue yg dapet kuliah dengan sekali gol, masih suka ngeluh ini itu, padahal ga semua orang bisa.
Semoga taun depan tembus ya :’)

  • <b> A:</b> jadi mau sampe kapan ngedengerin lagu ini terus?<p><b>B:</b> sampe garis hidup mempertemukan kita di pelaminan<p>
Beberapa kesedihan memang ada yang baiknya disimpan saja sendirian. Karena yang peduli, akan peduli. Yang tidak, akan pergi.
@TiaSetiawati (via karenapuisiituindah)

(via susisuseso)

  • Situasi: 2 anak magang lagi kerja sambil ngobrol di loker
  • A: apes... kebagian kerja buat bikin es krim... mesti masuk ke walk in chiller... dingin banget pasti..
  • B: lebih dingin mana sama hati mantan elo?
  • A: ......
Suatu saat nanti kamu akan belajar untuk menghargai perempuan yang mencintaimu
Perempuan Kecil (via perempuanmu)

(via rachmadeniashafira)

You’re being really immature […] you know, you broke MY heart. I should be royally ticked off at you. I should be really cheesed off, I shouldn’t want to talk to you anymore.
Paulie

yoncevevo:

teacher: you’re 5 minutes late

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(via fuckyeahsiswasekolah)

  • situasi: lagi di perjalanan menuju kampus dan di radio lagi diputerin lagu the groove
  • cowo: tuh dengerin tuh, kamu tuh bunga tidurku...
  • cewe: hah? jigong maksudnya?
  • cowo: ..................

“Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.” – Hans Margolius

It’s no secret that we are bombarded everyday with countless messages. In America alone, advertising is a $412 billion/year industry that is constantly telling us what to watch, where to go, and what to purchase. Their messages fill our televisions, radios, computers, newspapers, magazines, and morning commutes. The industry gladly spends this money because they know over time, they will shape our minds, hearts, and spending habits. Add all of the political pundits and experts filling our airwaves telling us how we should think… and it becomes increasingly clear that we are bombarded nearly every moment of our lives with messages that others want us to hear and believe.

All of these messages inevitably begin to shape our lives. Our heart and mind is indeed influenced by the messages that enter through our eyes and ears. And our life is slowly whittled away and re-formed by the loudest voices that get through (it’s no reason they are shouting so loud for our attention).

Whether you are pursuing a “less is more” lifestyle or just trying to find more health and fulfillment in your life, you will find countless benefits from embracing a discipline of solitude.

Solitude provides opportunity to rediscover our lives. By “electing to intentionally withdraw from human relationships for a period of time,” we are able to remove the shaping influence of others and recenter our hearts on our deepest values. We are able to evaluate the assumptions, claims, and messages of our culture. Often times, we realize that these shaping forces have been incorrect all along. And we have lost our lives because of them.

Consider that when we embrace solitude…

  • We intentionally remove the influence of others for period of time.
  • We intentionally remove the expectations of others.
  • We are able to hear our own heart speak.
  • We find rest and refreshment.
  • We discover that others can live without us.
  • We find that the world does not rest on our shoulders.
  • We can adequately reflect on our past and chart our future.
  • We break the cycle of busyness in our lives.
  • We become better equipped to show patience with others.
  • We feed our souls.

While anyone can practice solitude at any given time by just finding a quiet place to sit for an extended period of time, I have found these tips to be particularly helpful in developing a discipline of concentrated solitude:

  1. Give yourself enough time. If you are just starting, try 30 minutes. Typically, the first 15 minutes are filled with a busy mind still running fast. But after about 15 minutes, your mind will slow down enough to offer you deep reflection. And the longer you give it, the deeper it will go.
  2. Schedule time. If you are just hoping for an extra 30-45 minutes to show up in your day for solitude, it’ll never come. Time for solitude must be desired, scheduled, and created.
  3. Find a calm location. Your surroundings will make a big difference. Avoid “fast-paced” locations such as offices, kitchens, or any place that reminds you of work. Also keep in mind that you’ll find solitude more fulfilling if your space is uncluttered.
  4. Take as little as possible with you.
  5. Just allow your mind to wander. There are no set rules concerning what you should be thinking about. Just let your mind wander. As I mentioned, it will skip around at the very beginning. But eventually, your mind will settle in on something that your heart has been trying to tell you all along.
  6. Don’t quit just because you don’t like what you find. The journey into our heart is not always a pretty one. Sometimes when we start pulling back the layers of our heart and realize our deepest motivations, we don’t like what we see. This can be difficult for some and cause even more to stop altogether. But, don’t. A richer, fuller life is just around the corner.
  7. Don’t worry if you fall asleep. While solitude is different than napping, if you consistently find yourself falling asleep during these quiet periods, your mind may be trying to tell you something. And you should probably listen.
  8. Pray. If you are spiritual, certainly use this time to connect with God. If you are not spiritual, solitude just may put you more in touch with God if you are open to it. Because God often speaks with a small voice that is drowned out by the world’s noise, we can’t hear it until we intentionally listen for it.

Give solitude a chance. You’ve got nothing to lose. And your life to gain back.

staff:

Bad news. A major vulnerability, known as “Heartbleed,” has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr.

We have no evidence of any breach and, like most networks, our team took immediate action to fix the issue.

But this still means that the little lock icon (HTTPS) we all trusted to keep our passwords, personal emails, and credit cards safe, was actually making all that private information accessible to anyone who knew about the exploit.

This might be a good day to call in sick and take some time to change your passwordseverywhere—especially your high-security services like email, file storage, and banking, which may have been compromised by this bug.

You’ll be hearing more in the news over the coming days. Take care.

*syarat dan ketentuan berlaku

I can only stalk, because you wouldn’t talk.
@catwomanizer