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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

and I don't know what I am talking about
and I never feel this way before
and I don't know what I am cares for
and I don't understand what I am feeling for now
it is out of my thoughts now
until I can't feel it anymore
until I can't saying what I feel again

It's too much, baby

Too much !

Sunday, September 19, 2010

L I F E


Sometimes when your life is getting harder than before
and you only praying and hoping that everything will be okay
and you'll always believe that some day you'll found the other ways for making your life better but for now, your just sitting around with all your pain
and maybe you're not strong enough to stand
and you may think that if you can trying to turn back time and fixed everything
you always try your best to prove to everyone that you can do anything like they want
you always do what they say and you always obey what they command
but maybe that is not your want to be and maybe your heart can be broken into a pieces
and you'll always promise to yourself to learn from all your mistakes and
always trying to merge your heart again but maybe it is not what you want
sometimes you be better act like somebody else to prove it but everyone may be underestimate to you
when your life is getting harder than before, just believe that it is your destiny that you must passing at all
always try to smile to everyone and always believe that you can be ANYTHING not NOTHING
you can make it BETTER not WORST for your life
and when your tears streaming down your face you can shed by yourself and all that is LIFE, LIFE to learn how to be and learn what can be

May God bless us all




Wednesday, September 8, 2010

dan Ramadhan pun berakhir



sudah seharusnya kita benar-benar merindukan dimana bulan itu adalah bulan yang penuh dengan anugrah dan penuh dengan kebaikan
dan pasti kita merindukan dimana kita santap sahur dan berbuka bersama
mungkin itu adalah bulan yang diberi keistimewaan oleh Mu Ya Rab
dan kini menjelang hari kemenangan, kemenangan berjuang dari segala hawa nafsu yang kita kendalikan
kemenangan karena kita masih bisa diberi kesempatan oleh Allah untuk bulan yang mulia ini
kemenangan karena kita selalu bersyukur atas semua kehendakNya

terimakasih ya Allah atas kesempatan yang Engkau berikan tahun ini
terimakasih karena Engkau masih mengizinkan aku mengikuti bulan yang mulia ini


Sunday, September 5, 2010

saya dan c i c a k


















bagi beberapa orang, binatang ini pasti terbilang menjijikan atau apalah
tapi bagi saya, TIDAK ! *lol
saya suka cicak :D


Friday, September 3, 2010

The Rainest Place on Earth





































































Crkvica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Although the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina is devoid of coastline, save for a scant shore of the Adriatic, it nonetheless receives a fair amount of rain, most notably in Crkvica. The town in Bosnia, just northwest of Sarajevo, consistently receives the highest annual average precipitation in Europe. So much for London’s reputation.


Henderson Lake, British Colombia, Canada

People who live outside of British Columbia in Canada, especially those in Toronto and Montreal, where long winters are the norm, love to chide residents of the province for their temperate but rainy climate. There is no small amount of jealousy behind the tactic, because not only is Vancouver – the main city in British Columbia – a beautiful place to live, it also happens to be the only place in Canada where one can golf in February. However, the rain is not just a cliche here, but a meteorological reality. Just ask residents of Henderson Lake.


Andagoya, Colombia

We seldom think of Colombia as a country so pluvial but it does in fact have several climactic challenges that pose real threats. In fact, the country is a world rarity, in that it belongs to a select few with a classification as megadiverse. This superpower-like designation insinuates that Colombia, because of geographic position, has crazy weather fluctuations. Indeed, with five natural regions that include high mountains, tropical deserts and steppes, the rainy season here is notorious. The town of Andagoya, with a position smack dab on the thermal equator, has a temperature that rarely shifts more than a few degrees from month to month and in turn, receives torrents of rain.


Bellenden Ker, Queensland, Australia

Another megadiverse country, perhaps more so than any other on the planet, is Australia. With desert, mountains, ocean and tropical rainforests, the country continent is unlike any other. The area of Bellenden Ker and indeed, the mountain of the same name, is a World Heritage Rainforest zone. A short drive from the city of Cairns, the region is lush, rife with exotic plant and animal life and indeed a victim of mass precipitation.


Quibdo, Colombia

Colombia proves to be wet all over once again with the town of Quibdo. Over 100,000 people live in the capital of the Choco Department, as the national divisions are known as. On the border of Panama and indeed, the gateway between South and Central America, the department and town receive some of the most zany weather in Colombia. Unfortunate because in addition – or perhaps because of which – Quidibo has some of the worst social conditions and economic track records in the country. In point of fact, despite record rainfall every year, the lowland town still manages to suffer from water shortages.


Mount Waialeale, Kauai, Hawaii, United States of America

Although not exactly a residential area, the region around Mount Waialeale and indeed the summit, receives a ton of precipitation on a habitual basis. Tourism officials in Hawaii love to boast that this is the wettest place on the planet, although some in India and Colombia take issue with the claim. Whatever the case may be, the rainfall in Kauai is notable for the fact that it occurs with such daily regularity. Mount Waialeale bears the brunt of the precipitation because of a conical shape and pure geographical position relative to the ocean and trade winds. Although open to tourism, there are obvious physical impediments here due to the amount of rain that falls every day. In other words, the ground is super wet.



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