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My Sacrifice

My SacrificeMy aunt called me the other day asking if I wanted her help to buy a goat to kill on Idul Adha or the Day of Sacrifice for Moslems. She already bought a cow worth seven million rupiahs as a sacrifice to be slaughtered on that day on behalf of her household. The meat, she said, would be distributed to the less fortunate living near her area.

I asked her where she was keeping the cow in the meantime, and she said the poor animal was already tethered in the backyard waiting for the fateful day. And no, she did not give her a name. It’s not a pet but a sacrificial animal.


Chasing Time

Chasing TimeThey say that time is relative. That is true, depending on the value you put into it. Five minutes can make the world of difference to someone who's just missed the plane. Being stuck in a traffic can seem forever if you're late for a meeting with an important client. While a week is a mere wink of the eye when you're enjoying a holiday of a lifetime.

As a matter of fact time (that is to say, reality) according to Einstein's theory, is relative, in that it requires a subject that enables the probable to become the particular, through conscious attention. Light is both a wave and a particle, depending on the circumstance. A universe of countless rubber balls has no meaning unless there is an observer that focuses on a one particular ball. That ball becomes real.

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