POD 153

Everything that lives is designed to end. “We” are perpetually trapped… … in a never ending spiral of life and death. Is this a curse? Or some kind of punishment? I often think about the God who blessed us with this cryptic puzzle… … and wonder if we’ll ever have the chance to kill him. –nier:automata@POD 153–


Being risen by Christian family will greater your possibilities being a Christian, don’t you agree? Afi Nihaya Faradisa bring an idea about how religion comes to our life and I barely agree with her perspective. Since we’re a baby, some of our parents seduced us with some religious knowledge, they put it into our mind, remind us that we have to put our fate in God as the principal of this universe. I’ve ever read that some of bible told us that our parent is such a God delegation which means, we need to obey every of their word. As an ignorant child, who can not make any judgement to what it takes, naturally we will only accept those words into our deepest mind, and it’s called …

Being Intelligent yet Wise

Some of us think we’re intelligence. It may been proven in how high we scored exam, how well read we’re on different topics. And how highly regarded our profession is. Having this proof of intelligence gives us supreme confidence. So much confidence that we sometimes cannot see that there is a difference between¬†intelligence and wisdom. It’s called the bane of being smart. When we think we’re smart we offer opinions with the conviction that it is knowledge. This encourages us to openly give sharp criticisms on people and their work, especially on the internet. When we think we’re smart we don’t see our criticisms as tearing down someone’s work or their self worth. We actually see it as.. educating the …

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