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Overheard from Assaf:

... every once in a while, we need to step back, forget all that we believe is true, and look at the situation with a fresh eye and an open mind. To judge that which is true now.

Although in the original context Assaf was talking about Java. I think, seriously, this applies to almost everything.

Alright... I'm not getting hold of it anytime soon. But one day, I'm seriously gonna get something like this: (and it has to be black.)

Yup, a Honda Civic subcompact sedan. The cheaper (but new) ones cost around $20,000 here in Indonesia.

Life is beautiful.

Especially beautiful when you see life from the eyes of a sinful.

Like me.

Overheard: "Many lessons are learned only after the fact..."

This is one of the last (but not the last) 23rd birthday gifts I received. These are the guys who gave this. Very very thoughtful, indeed. I was ecstatically flattered when opening the wrapping and seeing what's inside.

I've been wondering for the past 2-3 years whether my experience, which was diagnosed by my psychiatric doctor, Dr. Kabul Budianto, as affective schizophrenia, were simply that (psychotic state, delusions, etc.) or there's more to it... spiritually?

I've also been increasingly thinking that these guys "don't know nothing" about my condition. Be them doctors, Ph.D.'s, or whatever! Much less my friends, my loved ones, and even my religious teachers.

I may be too self-centric, but sometimes I think myself as a philanthropist. Not exactly, though. I'm not very fond of giving money to others, but other things, that can't be counted, measured, or exchanged, by money.

I love Planck's Constant!

What a wonderful world Israelis have...

If only you'd be very open minded... :-)

Last night I watched Crash, Eel's favorite movie. It's a movie about life, how we collide into other people's lives, and how people deal with it.