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The Giver

In a seemingly ideal world where colors, emotions, and choices do not exist, Jonas is chosen to become the Receiver of Memories. He meets the Giver, a mysterious man who gives Jonas memories—both good and bad—of the forgotten past. 507 more words


The Good Mind

I remember it like it was yesterday; my uncle just snapped. I had never seen him angry before, but I guess enough was enough. Granted, it was early morning and probably not the best time for his hyperactive, young nephew to start pestering him. 660 more words



Pilpres 2014 memberi pelajaran kepada kita betapa teknologi informasi dan komunikasi telah menjelma menjadi ruang untuk mengekspresikan sikap politik yang efektif. Internet, salah satunya melalui media sosial, telah dimanfaatkan dengan kreatif untuk berkampanye bagi para juru kampanye dan relawan capres-cawapres, melalui tulisan maupun ekspresi seni visual dan infografik yang menarik. 633 more words


I Am Brand New

I enjoy being a Christian, because as a Christian I can experience redivivus. Redivivus is an adjective, and it means revival or coming back to life. 183 more words


Time To Stop Worrying Over Time

Trapped in the day.  That’s how I tend to see most people now.  Breakfast.  Work.  Play.  Sleep.

So much of the detail in living is dealing with your own relationship with time and how you define it.   234 more words


Plato & Dostoevsky (Pt. I)

Fyodor Dostoevsky was more than just a writer, but a penetrating philosopher and metaphysician who passed through the abysses of the spirit in search of divine perfection. 2,012 more words


The Role of Hunger in A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

Hunger is a prevalent theme in Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast. It is a driving dynamism that allows Hemingway to construct his writings to the best of his abilities. 1,234 more words