Friday, July 8, 2016



Misfortune, I just move to Jakarta for a while to do my internship. I don’t know why this week I feel so unlucky about myself. I have a lot of bad thing going on in my life. What can i do with my bad luck ? ‘no mazel’ The word "mazel" is derived from the Hebrew verb "nozel" which means to flow. Mazel is the energy, which flows to us from Above, and thus we often wish each other "mazel tov," which really means, "May you have a flow of positive energy". Life is never easy; every one of us faces hardships and disappointments. The real issue, however, is how we react to them. How we deal with that situation, how to stay calm and think that everything it’s gonna be okay. Don’t be afraid you still have God that always love you, God never give you more than you can bear. “In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:6).

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  1. love your photos mood.
    of course love your style too.

    Putri |

  2. dude, what lense do you used for this pictures? looks sharp with nice tone. and dat highlighter!!



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