Monday, August 10th, 2015

Life is precious.

I can’t show the true suffering that my eldest sister’s enduring at the moment – so I can only show it in a manner that still preserves her dignity and …


Saturday, April 26th, 2014

The Curse of Time

 
The poignant and insightful farewell letter that was supposedly written by Gabriel García Márquez reminded me of my old friend Kiere Robertson, who I considered as a great friend and …


Thursday, June 24th, 2010

The ever-changing time

 
My devotional today from Leading the Way started with the following statements:
At times, life will seem uncertain. Things we once held as familiar will change. This is when it helps …


Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Zoom, zoom! Ondé-ondé!

 
Time seems to march even faster thesedays – it seems like it was only last week that I was planning to head back to Indonesia for my wedding, and now …


Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

The Way We Were

 
I’m chilling out with a glass of my own concoction: korenwijn, elderflower concentrate and mineral water while listening to some music in the background. I had dinner earlier with my …


Sunday, May 31st, 2009

“Hallo Bandoeng …”
“Ja moeder, hier ben ik …”

An old highschool friend posted a clip in Facebook last week, highlighting sites and buildings in Bandung in the olden days and how they look like now. Thankfully, a lot …


Sunday, March 8th, 2009

Time in a sentence

It’s been a week since I last wrote my blog entry, and a lot of things have happened.
Life is a series of events, a lot of which are unexpected. I …


Monday, January 19th, 2009

The milestone that was …

It seems very strange when you reach a greatly anticipated milestone – after the moment passes, it seems that all of the effort, energy and time spent to make the …


Sunday, December 7th, 2008

This time it’s green

Rainforest Glow to be more precise. I have just painted the first coat of Dulux Designer Silk’s “Rainforest Glow” on the western wall of my study. This time I wasn’t …


Monday, September 22nd, 2008

D-Day Minus Four

In four days, I will close my chapter with the current company. Getting closer to the D-Day, I must admit that there are a lot of new emotions that come …