life journey, thought, animals and big smile :)

lagoi and der der family

All those smile at lagoi

Der der family

A lot to say about them,

Selalu bersemangat jika ada orang baru yang datang ke lagoi, bersemangat untuk ngajak kumpul-kumpul dan nge-teh, ngopi dan ngobrol

Selalu bersemangat jika ada acara seperti ulang tahun atau perayaan yang lain, supaya ada alasan untuk makan enak rame-rame

Selalu bersemangat juga kalo ada yang baru balik dari mudik, karena ada oleh-oleh untuk dimakan rame-rame.

Intinya, selalu mencari alasan untuk berkumpul bersama dan saling bertukar cerita, bukan ngobrol kaya’ ibu-ibu arisan, tapi ngobrol yang berkualitas, yah ada gosip-gosip juga sih dikit, tapi bukan sesuatu yang bisa melukai orang lain kan  :-P 😀

Miss that der-der time already, kangen acara kumpul-kumpul, walopun hari hujan, digigitin nyamuk dan kedinginan, tetep aja ga beranjak dari meja hijau itu.

Lagoi…..

Disini aku belajar untuk memahami arti pertemanan

Sometimes, they’re annoying with all their questions

Calling you at night even though you are tired from working all day

Looking for you on your holiday

And seems to want to know all your problems..

But that’s what care is

That’s what Friends do

Cause you can do the same to them without feeling guilty

just cake them as what they are, and they take you as what you are..

der der family

one thing to  say to them is a big THANK YOU

For making me a member of the family, for being there on my hard time, for listening to me

tentang story telling ini… aku pernah membaca tulisan yang menarik,

ini ceritanya

dari blog-nya Paulo coelho. tentang doa dan cerita.. the point is, bila cerita itu jujur dan tulus walaupun hanya diceritakan kepada orang tak dikenal sekalipun, itu sama seperti doa, karena Tuhan mendengarnya dimanapun juga.

The great Rabbi Israel Shem Tov, when he saw that the people in his village were being mistreated, went into the forest, lit a holy fire, and said a special prayer, asking God to protect his people.
And God sent him a miracle.

Later, his disciple Maggid de Mezritch, following in his master’s footsteps, would go to the same part of the forest and say:
“Master of the Universe, I do not know how to light the holy fire, but I do know the special prayer; hear me, please!”
The miracle always came about.

A generation passed, and Rabbi Moshe-leib of Sasov, when he saw the war approaching, went to the forest, saying:
“I don’t know how to light the holy fire, nor do I know the special prayer, but I still remember the place. Help us, Lord!”
And the Lord helped.

Fifty years later, Rabbi Israel de Rizhin, in his wheelchair, spoke to God:
“I don’t know how to light the holy fire, nor the prayer, and I can’t even find the place in the forest. All I can do is tell this story, and hope God hears me.”
And telling the story was enough for the danger to pass.

And I will add:
Tell your stories. Your neighbors may not understand you, but they will understand your soul. Stories are the last bridge left to allow different cultures to communicate among each other.

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