Monthly Archives: November 2013

From Namaste Festival 2013

Lately, it has been tough weeks for me. This extremely volatile, turbulent weather (plus stress) of November almost leaves me nuts, cranky, fragile and sick(ened). My body has been acting out quite many times. After 3 years of relatively disciplined … Continue reading

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Listening to Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime by Sharon Corr

Am enjoying “Take a Minute”. Alas! The brand new single isn’t to be listed on Path just yet. Listening to Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime by Sharon Corr Preview it on Path

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“For Sell” atau “For Sale”?

Sekali lagi. Salah kaprah yang membuat gerah. Saya putuskan untuk memberikan sedikit penjelasan yang segamblang-gamblangnya. Mungkin akan sedikit terkesan menggurui tetapi saya tidak peduli. “For Sell” Pertama-tama yang patut dicamkan ialah kelas kata tiap kata tersebut. Maksud saya, apakah kata-kata … Continue reading

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The Digital Pilgrim

It was quiet inside. Few people were seen. The art gallery was as clean as wards of hospital. The only difference was no sick men moaning in pain in white beds. He mumbled the words, whispered and hardly spoke like … Continue reading

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Sceneries I Imagine during My Savasana

Savasana or corpse pose is the most physically passive asana (yoga pose) that a yogi has to do at the end of practice. While some gurus guide students through body mapping or body scanning (bringing awareness to every inch of … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s Most Fundamental Rule of Writing

  If there is one contemporary living author whose work I really adore now and fervently reading today, that’d be Elizabeth Gilbert. She’s… I don’t know how to put it… intelligently sexy or sexily intelligent. Oh, whatever, but the point … Continue reading

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Sumur Resapan Tak Kunjung Dirapikan, Kenyamanan Pejalan Kaki Jakarta Terusik

Saya bukan pembenci Jokowi-Ahok, bukan pula pendukung setia mereka. Saya hanya warga pendatang biasa yang ingin menyuarakan kekurangnyamanan saya sebagai pengguna trotoar karena proyek sumur resapan, yang setelah beberapa pekan belum tampak ditutup dengan tanah agar permukaan trotoar kembali rata … Continue reading

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When Sharon Corr Wants You to “Take a Minute” in Your Mundane Life

Take a minute, just a little time One more moment, for a little while When I go, I’ll be back before you notice One last chance before I say goodbye Take a minute Take a minute Time is running I … Continue reading

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Tanda-tanda Anda Sudah Menemukan Guru Yoga yang Tepat

Menemukan guru yoga yang sesuai dengan kepribadian kita bukan perkara mudah. Tingkat kesulitannya bagi sebagian orang mungkin sebanding dengan mencari pasangan hidup, ada semacam ‘chemistry’ yang harus terbangun. Apa itu ‘chemistry’? Bisa jadi itu sebuah elemen X yang tidak pernah … Continue reading

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Aku Seneng Ono Sumur Resapan. Tapi Nggawene Rodo Cepet Sithik yo, Pak!

Koyo ngene kahanane dalanan ning kutha Jakarta nek wis bar udan. Opo maneh dina Jumat sore. Wis ora usah sambat nak meh lelungan karo nitih sepeda motor utowo mobil lan taksi. Mesthi macete. Mesthi strese. Mesthi mangkele. Soko pirang dino … Continue reading

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