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The Tale of Your Life: February 2009

Where you understand life-changing meaning through other people's experience.

Friday, February 27, 2009


















Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Choice of the Rock

Have you ever wonder how long a rock beside the road remains in a rock form when compare to human in human form?

Have you ever wonder how long dripping water takes to get through a rock when compare to human? It took years for a rock but it only needs a few drops to make a human move away.

Have you ever wondered why rocks do not need intelligent while human needs it? Aren’t both in the same world?

Have you ever wondered why rocks live longer than human although human are far smarter and more powerful?

Have you ever wonder why the rock chose to live longer period but without intelligence; and why human chose to live much shorter period with intelligent and power?

The question is why rock chose this life package while human chose the others? We already made the choice. We are here to know why.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


















Sunday, February 22, 2009

Choice and Consequences

John is born in a poor family. His mom and dad is a normal factory worker. So, John grew up and decided to work in the factory. He chooses that way because that is the only thing he knows to do.

Jack is born in a poor family, too. His parents work in the same factory as John’s parents, and receive the same salary and position. Jack is a rich man now with a successful company running under him, earning him millions a year. He chooses that way because he thought working as a worker only makes his boss richer.

Jason is born in a poor family with his parents work together with John and Jack’s parents. Jason is a rich man, as well, as he is a politician. He chooses to be a politician because he thinks being controlled by others is the main reason that causes a miserable life. So, he learned to manipulate people in order to get him into power, even though he has to sacrifice innocence to keep him in power.

Will god choose to let…

1. Some new laws being passed by the government that all the poor will be a slave with no right.

2. Some communist government takes over and everyone has to split their assets.

3. The people decided to clean up the corrupted government.

4. A huge rock hit the earth and destroys everything.

5. All three of them will live a good life and die of old age.

If you have god’s power, which will you choose? (Think carefully of the consequences.)

Thursday, February 19, 2009
























Monday, February 16, 2009

Love Between Religions

Jane falls in love with Jake who believes in different religion. Both religions are well known religions which have millions of followers around the world.

Jane believes that her religion has a very well believe system that can nurture both self and brings the world to peace.

Jake has an opinion that his god can only bless families which each member believe the same god. This tradition has been practiced for thousands of years and it is very true so far.

Yet both of them did not choose the religion themselves. They are born in the family with different religion.

Both of them, after years of trying, separated. Yet, they still missed each other, still talk to each other through phone every night, but don’t have solution. What do you think their future will be? They will end their life unable to live with their only love.

To be true, both of them are only one of the many true-love couples in the world in thousands of years since religion is invented.

Pathetic, isn’t it?

Let’s not think which religions are truer. Do you think this is what god wanted?

Isn’t god want all human to be happy?

If god only blesses those that believe in him, isn’t that brings him down to human level, which we call selfish?

Isn’t god will love everyone, and wish every single person he creates happy, whether he/she believes in him or not?

If Jake and Jane cannot love each other and be happy, how can they fulfill god’s wish, which is to live happy.

Did god wish them to be separated, because both of them believe in him, only in different way?

Maybe (just maybe) Jake and Jane case is a way god want his creations to solve this believe system problem, which had failed even though after thousands of years.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Waiting

Galileo did not wait for the apple to drop on his head to discover gravitational force.

Isaac Newton did not wait for his force equation to appear after the apple fell on his head.

Einstein did not wait for high technology that can disperse laser when he invented it.

Hawking did not wait for a spaceship powerful enough to take him far in to the space so that he can explain The Black Hole. What are you waiting for?

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Contradict Function of Emotion

We help the unfortunate, stand for justice and believe in things more important than our life because we have emotion. Our emotion connects to the unfortunate’s emotion and drives us do things we never thought we could.

We often curse those who do not admit their mistakes while letting their mistakes victimize life of innocence. Our emotion connects to the victim’s emotion and makes us do things we shouldn’t do. This will brought us deep down in dept of sin.

What have emotion brought us? A more interesting life with suffer in return?

What if we do not have emotion? Then we will be like robot that only do our duties and follow orders. But robots never do right or wrong, they only follow orders from the emotional people, which always have the idea of right and wrong, good and bad.

Perhaps we shouldn't have emotion. Perhaps we should replace it with gratitude.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009





Monday, February 2, 2009

The Man Who Fish & The Fish

A man is fishing in a pond. Another man told the first man that fishing is a cruel activity because it hurts the fish that tries to fill their stomach.

The first man denies it by saying that only the greedy fish will get harm on fishing. Those down-to-earth fish will not get any wound.

A lady walks up and ask, “What about the intention of the man who fish?”

Aren't the man who fish and the fish that bites the hook have the same intention?

What I am trying to say here is that how can the man accused the fish as he is doing the same thing as the fish? Don't you think that the fish is more honorable that the man? At least the fish did not accuse anyone on its deed.

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