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Salam Lebay

Saya bukan orang Arab tetapi saya jauh lebih senang ungkapan as-salāmuʿalaykum daripada salam lebay yang kerap disodorkan dalam forum-forum formal di negeri ini: salam sejahtera atau… 486 more words

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A GREAT PARADOX

hese legacies of suffering and of recovery are easily passed among alcoholics, one to the other. This is our gift from God, and its bestowal upon others like us is the one aim that today animates A.A.’s all around the globe. 146 more words

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HEALING HEART AND MIND

Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another hu-man being the exact nature of our wrongs.

— TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 55

Since it is true that God comes to me through people, I can see that by keeping people at a distance I also keep God at a distance. 149 more words

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Kaku-Kaku Lemes?

Sebagian besar pembaca blog ini, kalau survey Facebook tidak abal-abal dan penggunanya tak malu-malu mengakui umur terdekatnya, adalah mereka yang lahir di tahun 70-an sampai awal 90-an. 474 more words

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4/29/16

This weekend for worship I am leading a song that is well known with our congregation and the rest of the world.  It is played on K-LOVE regularly, sung in many different churches and denominations.   377 more words

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Asal Bapak Senang

Insight hari ini diawali langsung dengan kutipan teks Yohanes: Inilah perintahku, yaitu supaya kamu saling mengasihi, seperti aku telah mengasihi kamu. Kemarin sudah disodorkan pengertian bahwa perintah untuk mencinta ini tak cukup dimengerti melulu sebagai kewajiban karena cara penghayatan itu tidak mengantar orang pada kegembiraan yang utuh. 452 more words

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GROUP AUTONOMY

Some may think that we have carried the principle of group autonomy to extremes. For example, in its original “long form,” Tradition Four declares: “Any two or three gathered together for sobriety may call themselves an A.A. 129 more words

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