Tag Archives: United States

When a Yogi Falls Sick…

…Everyone would think one of these: 1. “Look at him. In spite of being thin, he would never listen to me. Eat a lot, for God’s sake! What is going through his mind? Does starving himself really pay? So eccentricly … Continue reading

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12 Facts You May Not Know about Energy Consumption

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Clearing House Indonesia or EECCHI not only held the public awards event yesterday (6/10/2012) but they also gave some interesting kits away. A set of  playing cards is part of the giveaways and there I found … Continue reading

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Snapshots of #Jakarta (Taken from My Instagram Collection)

Despite the shameless rampant  racist black campaign, the incumbent lost to the new younger challenger Mr. Joko Widodo and Basuki Purnama a.k.a. Ahok, as indicated by some quick count results: 1. Quick Count LSI-TV One: Jokowi-Ahok 53,68%, Foke-Nara 46,32%. 2. Indo … Continue reading

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5 Types of Yogis/Yoginis You Need To Know

Devi Asmarani, a yoga practitioner I look up to, wrote this piece titled “The Changing Path” on her blog containing her journey stories in India. In her mind, the yoga arena (especially outside of the classical Indian scene) is a packed … Continue reading

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Why Not Drinking Cow Milk DOES Help the Planet and Your Body

I don’t hate cow milk, in the first place. It’s without doubt much better and more nutritious than the pricey liquour or any soft drinks you might find on the shelves of retailer stores. But there’re reasons why cow milk … Continue reading

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The Religious Dilemma (Position among the Stars- Part 3)

It’s always nice to see how people live side by side despite being different. Being different at times separates us apart. I’m not like you. You’re not like me. Thus we should never be agreed on any things. But life … Continue reading

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Frantically I searched for his name, that God-damn reporter name. his name sounds like a star constellation. I’d called him for like a thousand times but what I could talk with was his coworker, “Where’s he? What? Just go get … Continue reading

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A Flag Worshipper Kid (A True Story of Mine)

I, if my memory served right, worshipped Indonesian flags  very much as a kid. I didn’t remember since when I fell in love with this glorious red-and-white flag. Yet every time I saw that flag, my heart jumped in utter … Continue reading

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Sarah Lacy’s Story: “Stop Worrying. It’ll Turn Out OK”

SarahLacy.com | Welcome to a day in the life of a (Silicon) Valley girl. Just read Mrs. Lacy’s career journey. Found it quite inspirational, to me. A few weeks ago someone asked me if I could go back in time … Continue reading

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How to Work Out in Ramadan without Leaving Us Dead Tired

As a disclosure, I should declare that this post is (again) based on what @erikarlebang tweeted. What I did is rearranging the whole tweets and makes this a nice-to-read blog post for you. As for me, I know folks who … Continue reading

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Apparently the US,too, is Struggling against Plastics

It’s always tickling me to find out  how American and European rivers can stay (or at least look) pristine.  So I thought they have applied a very effective system to treat plastic garbage. Thanks to my curiosity, I shamelessly asked … Continue reading

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Ciputra in “Brilliant, Crazy, Cocky: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Profit from Global Chaos”

To date, the United States of America may be considered the hub of entrepreneurship in the world. We, however, almost forget how dynamic the world economy has become and that there are developing economies throughout the globe that keep catching … Continue reading

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