Last week, I heard a bad news about my old friend. Her mom suddenly passed away in the morning when she was about to feed her pet at the back of the house. She died just after she arrived at the hospital. She's been diagnosed with a heart problem since young and diabetes, but for … Continue reading In Between Marriage and Funeral
On my flight to Australia, I read a book by Scott Peck - the well known 'The Road Less Traveled'. I reached the second big theme, Love. He wrote that love is an act of courage and a hardwork. Love is effortful, unlike falling in love, which is effortless. When the two persons are out … Continue reading 65th Wedding Anniversary? Surely A Hardwork!
Today is a big day for my friend, Imelda and her husband, Erizal. Yes, today is their wedding day. Wedding day is usually seen as the final point of a relationship. Once you get married, then everything will be settle and finally reach the safe point. But, is that true? For me, wedding day is … Continue reading Wedding Party and How You Perceive It
This morning I had a session with a 10-year-old boy named R. He was reported by his mother as a rebellious, naughty and aggressive. He also failed his 3rd grade and now have to repeat the same grade again. After listening to his mother's dos-and don'ts- I asked the parents to leave us alone. I … Continue reading A Child Wishes For A Home
This story inspired by my friend, who has her marriage life shattered because of what her husband doing behind her back. He has an affair with unknown numbers of women in his workplace. She only knows one American lady who works with him as his 'other woman'. I felt pity to her, because she has … Continue reading When Marriage Shattered
Yay! Finally, the wedding day of Rheza and Puspa was over. The day that have been waiting by the couple and us: family, friends and supporters! I have to admit that I'm skeptical with what so-called happy wedding. Weird but true. I've seen many happy marriages, name it my parents' marriage. They have been together … Continue reading After the Wedding
Sometimes I just can't believe what I read in the newspaper. Such as the news of 43-year-old man who took a 12-year-old girl as his second wife (further reading in Indonesian). I'm trying hard to think about what was in his mind? Well, I think it's not my part to judge his decision, for I … Continue reading Child Marriage : Minor Wedding with Minor Attention