Tag: simplicity

If It Were Easy

You can comfort someone, but you can’t entirely fix them. How every piece of you bloom through the words you utter, by the way your touch lingers after each hug you give can make someone’s day. However,

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When?

“Because no matter how wide you stretch your fingers, your hands will always be too small to catch all the pain you want to heal,” – Sarah Kay And no matter the sleepless nights, you really can’t have everything, or at least never all at once. And if there’s one lesson from Economics class now fully…

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Lessons from a Warung

Alas, the long weekend is coming to a close. However, I’ve come to relive that happiness in enjoying simple joys of being home. One of them, is actually walking to a nearby warung. A warung is a small, modest kiosk that’s usually owned by a family, selling sembako or groceries. These kiosks may not look like much, but they’re…

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