The right pronunciation of this word is MIM (just like any other Indonesian would sounds it), not MEM (whether the E sounds like mErah, or pEdang) as I usually think as the right one. Merriam-Webster dictionary (online)  define meme as: an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture The … Continue reading Meme

Thank You for the Cross

Thank You for the cross, Lord.
Thank You for the price You paid.
Bearing all my sin and shame, in love You came
and gave amazing grace.

Thank You for this love, Lord.
Thank You for the nail-pierced hands.
Wash me in Your cleansing flow, now all I know
Your forgiveness and embrace.

Worthy is the Lamb,
seated on the throne.
We crown You now with many crowns.
You reign victorious!
High and lifted up
Jesus, Son of God.
The darling of Heaven, crucified.
Worthy is the Lamb.


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Laptop in Class

At September 18, 2014, Daddy read the freshly pressed blog about teaching by Steve Buttry. He allows his students to use their laptop and other gadget when attending his class. I agree with him. Nowadays students are very depended on their hi-tech tools and internet connections. I hope when our children starts the formal schooling, they are allowed … Continue reading Laptop in Class

First Post

After several days thinking about make a new blog, I decide to launch this blog: as a member of RedboX Enterprise. Please welcome this brand new blog, which will (try to) focus on my works and my thoughts. I also deciding to blog in English, hope someday will be freshly pressed by wonderful editors … Continue reading First Post