are you happy?

beberapa teman bilang gini… I love the way you handle your problem. & saya jawab… agghhh thank you….

 

 

salah satu cara menghandle semua masalah yang saya hadapi adalah dengan tertawa. memang… ketawa itu tak selalu berarti kita sedang happy, tapi ketawa bisa diartikan bahwa kita cukup kuat menghadapi apa yang kita rasakan. & ini berpengaruh terhadap suasana hati, apalagi buat orang² disekitar kita.

terus apa lagi ya…? oh ya jangan lupa untuk membuat orang lain bahagia, karena kalau melihat orang lain bahagia biasanya kita akan merasa lebih bahagia.

yang namanya masalah harus dihadapi, jangan dihindari. namanya juga hidup pasti selalu ada masalah. kalau hati lagi tidak enak atau sedih… biasanya saya akan diam, tarik nafas & pikirkan satu hal yang saya miliki yang harus disyukuri. terus nyanyi²… walaupun suara saya seperti hidup saya, dataaaaaarrrrrr….
tapi percayalah hal seperti itu bisa bikin hati plong, walaupun bikin sakit telinga yang mendengar.

maafkan yaaaa namanya juga manusia biasa, saya ini lebih banyak kekurangan & kesalahannya daripada kelebihan & kebaikannya. mood, perasaan, bahagia itu kita sendiri yang atur, bukan orang lain. jadi jangan lupa bahagia ya…

 

 

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puisi paskah

seorang cendekiawan muslim & intelektual NU, Ulil Abshar-Abdalla, beberapa tahun lalu pernah menulis puisi berjudul “Jumat Agung” terkait perayaan Paskah. Liputan6.com memuat puisi itu atas seizin menantu KH Mustofa Bisri tersebut.

berikut teks lengkapnya:

 

Puisi Paskah

Ia yang rebah, di pangkuan perawan suci, bangkit setelah tiga hari, melawan mati.
Ia yang lemah, menghidupkan harapan yang nyaris punah.
Ia yang maha lemah, jasadnya menanggungkan derita kita.
Ia yang maha lemah, deritanya menaklukkan raja-raja dunia.
Ia yang jatuh cinta pada pagi, setelah dirajam nyeri.
Ia yang tengadah ke langit suci, terbalut kain merah kirmizi: “Cintailah aku!”

Mereka bertengkar tentang siapa yang mati di palang kayu.
Aku tak tertarik pada debat ahli teologi.
Darah yang mengucur itu lebih menyentuhku.
Saat aku jumawa dengan imanku, tubuh nyeri yang tergeletak di kayu itu, terus mengingatkanku:
Bahkan Ia pun menderita, bersama yang nista.

Muhammadku, Yesusmu, Krisnamu, Buddhamu, Konfuciusmu —
mereka semua guru-guruku, yang mengajarku tentang keluasan dunia, dan cinta.
Penyakitmu, wahai kaum beriman:
Kalian mudah puas diri, pongah, jumawa, bagai burung merak.
Kalian gemar menghakimi!
Tubuh yang mengucur darah di kayu itu, bukan burung merak.
Ia mengajar kita, tentang cinta, untuk mereka yang disesatkan dan dinista.

Penderitaan kadang mengajarmu tentang iman yang rendah hati.
Huruf-huruf dalam kitab suci, kerap membuatmu merasa paling suci.

Ya, Jesusmu adalah juga Jesusku.
Ia telah menebusku dari iman yang jumawa dan tinggi hati.
Ia membuatku cinta pada yang dinista!

Semoga Semua Hidup Berbahagia dalam kasih Tuhan

 

kiranya puisi ini dapat mendamaikan kita semua yang selama ini selalu mempermasalahkan perbedaan diantara kita.

 

 

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most expensive antiques in the world

for a person who loves archeology, & antique, full of history items, this article should be a good lecture for you. let’s get started & see what are the most expensive antiques in the world, & then let us know what you think.

 

#10 Napoleon’s Sword – $6.4 million

Napoleon’s sword is the cheapest item from our top list, yet for some of our budgets, not that cheap. this sword is embellished with gold & saw action in battle in early 1880s. after the battle, the sword reached in Napoleon’s brother hands, as a wedding gift. it was declared a French national treasure (1978). also, it was auctioned in France for $6.4 million.

Napoleon’s Sword

Napoleon’s Sword

 

 

#9 Germain Royal Soup Tureen – $9.7 million

designed by Thomas Germain, a French silversmith of the Rococo, the royal soup tureen was a gift for Louis XV.it was made in 1733 & it weighs 30 pounds.

Germain Royal Soup Tureen

Germain Royal Soup Tureen

 

#8 Antique Secretary Desk by the Goddard & Townsend Families – $ 11.4 millio

this antique masterpiece is a mahogany 6-shell desk-book case.it was made for Nicholas Brown, in 1760. the secretary desk is 112 inches high.

Antique Secretary Desk by the Goddard & Townsend Families

Antique Secretary Desk by the Goddard & Townsend Families

 

#7 Emerald & Diamond Tiara – $12.1 million

this beautiful emerald & diamond tiara belong to Princess katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck. this tiara is embellished with 11 rare Colombian emerald gems, weighing over 500 karat. it was sold for $12.1 million in Geneva, at Sotheby’s Magnificent & Noble Jewels Sale.

Emerald & Diamond Tiara

Emerald & Diamond Tiara

 

#6 Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel – $14.2 million

dating from the Xuande Period of the Ming dynasty, this gold tripod vessel is made from 18-karat gold. also, it is embellished with precious cabochon gems, rubies, natural pearls, sapphires & cat’s eye chrysoberyl. the antique was sold at Sotheby’s in 2008, in Hong Kong.

Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel

Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel

Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel

Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel

 

#5 Pink-enamelled blue and white moonflask – $15.1 million

this antique moonflask contains the Qianlong 6-character mark. the mark dates the moonflask to 1736 – 1795. the item is 48.9 cm high, & has 2 phoenix and a flaming pearl, all in pink enamel.the shape shows that the moonflask has a 15th century style. an identical object can be found at the Matsuoka Art Museum in Tokyo. in 1987, the moonflask was sold at Sotheby’s in Hong Kong.

Pink-enamelled blue and white moonflask

Pink-enamelled blue and white moonflask

 

#4  Olyphant – $16.1 million

this horn dates back to 11th century. you can use it both in battle, or when go hunting.

Olyphant

Olyphan

 

#3 Badminton Cabinet – $28.8 milliont

this antique item was made in 6 years, by 30 craftsmen.the piece is now in the Liechtenstein Museum, although it was sold once to the Prince of Liechtenstein.the 18th-century badminton cabinet is over 12 feet tall. it is embellished with polished & coloured stones, including semi-precious gems. there is a clock at the top of the badminton cabinet, which is marked with fleurs-de-lis.

Badminton Cabinet

Badminton Cabinet

 

#2 Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester – $30.8 million

the Codex Leicester is a collection of scientific writings by Leonardo da Vinci. this antique was named after Earl of Leicester, who owned the codex in 1719. there are 30 scientific journals, & the Codex is considered to be the most famous of all. this sure is one of the most expensive antiques in the world & guess who puchased it? Bill Gates bought it at auction for $30.8 million. also, he had it digitally scanned and it’s available on CD. good guy, Bill Gates!

Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester

Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester

 

#1 Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase – $80.2 million

created in 1740, this antique item is a piece of Qing Dynsty art. the vase is embellished with gold, pastel yellow & sky-blue colors, & has 4 mofits, such as fish & flowers.

Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase

Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase

 

 

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my day in Briliant One shirt dress

my day in Briliant One shirt dress

my day with Valentino rosier

my day with Valentino rosier

my day with Dior fusion sneakers

my day with Dior fusion sneakers

 

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