It takes more than one game to find your flow; to connect body and soul. The goal is to keep trying; not giving up. Keep working to improve your game, don't give up your dreams; it takes several attempts. Keep buying the game and you will see progress; be persistent with your dreams and you will see that they are possible.
--mestre Itabora Ferreira

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

new blog

moved to wordpress a while a go, check out my new blog :)

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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Goodbye blogger

I am Leaving

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Monday, November 22, 2010


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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Unfinished Writing

i was staring at my laptop, pushing and clicking here and there when i found these groups of letters and numbers begging for publicity in a *doc file. it seemed like they had been slipped between my unorganized files and folders for months.

no blog post for almost 6 months, that means alotta things happen. (i think this is pretty much how i start my every blog post)

1. (i cant remember what i was going to put here, must have been pretty important)

2.Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, ITB

3.Unit Capoeira Quizumba ITB and i met a lot of awesome people in the group

4.kalkulus 11

they never treat you like a stranger (it must have been addressed to my kalkulus11 friends)

did i ever tell you that i passed the PBMP ITB test and im now in the Faculty of mining and petroleum engineering? haha, i know i didn't (im sucha bad blogger). now ive been studying in ITB for about four months but thats not important. what im going to tell you is that i met a lot of geniuses here. its obvious that my laziness doesn't help much in college. actually it doesn't help at all. it ruins my college life (just like my bad sleeping and eating habit). now i need to do something to save my college life and that something is getting rid of my bad habits. i know i have a lot of bad habits but now im just gonna focus on three things i mentioned before.

1. procrastinating

i think i don't need to say much about this. most people do this but i think i procrastinate a little bit more than most people do.

2. bad sleeping habit

i believe nine out of ten people agree that going to bed at 2am and waking up at 12pm is definitely not a good example of good sleeping behavior. So most people agree that my sleeping behavior is horrible. I wakeup around 10 when i dont have morning class and i go to bed after 12 am. I think the best time to go to bed is at 10 and to wake up is at 5. im totally down with waking up at five but how am i gonna go to bed at 10 when i go home at ten? This has to be figured out real soon before college starts

3. bad eating habit

i dont eat when im hungry. I eat when i feel like eating and that usually happens once a day. When college starts, im gonna eat at least 3 times a day no matter what!!

i think im just gonna leave this writing as it is, unfinished

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Monday, August 16, 2010

chakrasera INKM 2010, part 1: perangkat

Back in June 2010, I got to spend around 10 days in my hometown, Jambi. There was nothing much to do but, thank god, so much to eat. However, this post has nothing to do with my activity nor my eating behavior during that ten days. what matters here is what happened AFTER that ten days.

i kind of felt disappointed when i was told i couldn't be in the division that i wanted (keamanan). the INKM committee put me in divisi medik instead (they made me choose between medik and nonlap). I wasn't excited to attend the training session. Thanked god i had to do some capoeira performance with my quizumba family so i found a pretty good reason to skip the first session. Time went by and i started to like the training, there were a lot of new things to learn. But still, it was hard for me to be myself around so many people for a pretty long time. I tried to be nice and to remember everyone's names but i was never good at it.

In the division, i applied for a position called cakra/birawa in perangkat divisi. To get that position, we (the ones who applied for any positions in perangkat) had to get some exclusive training and the trainers would judge our performances in each session. Out of (about) 40 people that applied, 19 were eliminated and i was not one of them (i had never thought i would have been that far, really). so it was then official that the safe 21 were perangkat, or in other words, more responsibility to take for us. one of our responsibility was to make sure that the people that came in every session meet the quota the trainers set. the 21 of us stayed up late at night texting and calling people to make sure they would come on the following day. Then I realized i began to like--to feel comfortable to be around them :)

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