Sabtu, 30 April 2016


Song of THE SONG

          Hello everyone! It's been a while since I posted the latest update. But don't be oh-so-worry, because I'm going to share to you one of exquisite and incredible a pop song coming out from one of my favorite singer. I know we all have a different taste that we're in to. But, within this song, I believe that you are going to hear it and inwardly, " This is a THE SONG! " HAHA.

          So, any idea of " THE SONG" ? Well, obviously you won't have any of that. Then, just strike it out!

Lightning in A Bottle - Eli Lieb

      Yeah, I know this is not a song that show up in the top of the " Trending " section in your YouTube. But, it is definitely the song that appears as " Recommended for you " in mine.

          So, a little fact about this Song. Above, as you can see is a cover album or single for Lightning  in A Bottle. It is released on November 2014. The stunning new clip is directed by Geoff Boothby and features appearances by “RuPaul’s Drag Race” veteran Shangela as well as dancers Jenna Riegel and Caitlin Scranton. And, this song is produced by John Feldmann

          Yup, I inserted the video that you may see. It will show you how good this song is. And, if you are having a difficult to understand what it means. I also will put them in the lyrics. You can go check as below!

A storm inside
You lock the door
Tell yourself you lost the fight
Just a social suicide
You want to cut
You want to cry
Running from reality
Drinking until you close your eyes
Words they can hurt
They can drag you through the dirt
Time to let go
Let them fall like dominos

You're the brightest light I've ever seen
You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
Smash the glass and set yourself free
Lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
You blind me, yeah you blind me
You're the brightest light I've ever seen
You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle

I know you feel impossible
Standing in an open field
Waiting for the rain to fall
Cause just above
The thundercloud
Can't you see the sky is clear
Leave those shadows on the ground
Words they can hurt
They can drag you through the dirt
Time to let go
Let them fall like dominos

You're the brightest light I've ever seen
You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
Smash the glass and set yourself free
Lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
You blind me, yeah you blind me
You're the brightest light I've ever seen
You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle

In the eye of a storm no one can see 
And the world keeps spinning away from me 
I’m standing here till you believe 
Your striking striking striking striking 
You're the brightest light I've ever seen

You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
Smash the glass and set yourself free
Lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle
You blind me, yeah you blind me
You're the brightest light I've ever seen
You're lightning in a bottle
Lightning in a bottle

Okay, now let's see how does it means to every people who trait and relate to this song. -Including Me, hehe-

Surpise, suprise! You know, not just Eli have a beautiful voice and appealing tone to hear. He also a songwriter and Eli was the one who created that song. What a talented man, right?
So, I'm going to moving forward to...

So, here what he said on his personal YouTube account for this song :
" This song is really special to me. Everyone is fighting a battle. I want people to see this music video, hear the song, really listen to the lyrics, and live their truth. I want this to inspire people to not be afraid to break free and embrace who they are. I believe that being 100% your true authentic self is the key to real happiness and joy. Life is celebration and we are all beautiful beings!! "
It is so deep, isn't it? Also, I've found an exclusive interview from one of website with Eli talking about this song. Let's check it out :
1. Your latest single ‘Lightning In A Bottle’ has a great
message but for people who haven’t heard it, how would you describe the song’s meaning?
“I’d say the song is just about really owning who you are and being proud of who you are and not feeling a fear of being yourself. It’s just about self-acceptance and not being afraid of being who you are.”

2. Have you received any messages from fans saying that the

song has helped them embrace who they are or maybe even come out?
“Absolutely, every single day which is awesome. I mean I get so many tweets off people saying ‘this is exactly what I needed to see today, I was feeling terrible and I watched this video/heard this song and I feel really good’ and that’s sort of a constant everyday thing. It’s really great for me because that’s the whole point of the song so I’m happy that the message really hits home.”

Okay, I guess I'm going to have a pep-talks or a sentimental parts consist with this sort of type. But, in my opinion, this song is very hell- A-W-E-S-O-M-E. Pardon me for my choices of word, but it is truly like what I said.
This song, particulary the lyrics, really reflects of how every person within the world should have a vision of themselves like this. Also, in my case, with my personal life, I confess I still see the world exactly like what Eli said
That ...
" I locked the door " 
" I want to cut, I want to cry "
to " Running from reality "
and feel " Impossible to standing in the open field "

All that sort of thing. But after hear this song, I know that it is not just me who have to fight and facing with obstacles for my entire life. But, there is still someone who cares about you, who are kind enough and world isn't just a place for Tyrant. This also encourage me to believe that I'm capable enough to survive and starting to realize the values in my own. And, simply, the one that makes me uncomfort or ruin me, is people who fail to appreciate me, us, as a human being with our own quirks and perks.
The point is, after I hear to this song, I feel more alive, I have a purpose and this song really motivate me and also accompanying me in every pace I took. Stand next to me, when I feel sad, ruined, break down, and all that horrible things.

So, I recommend any of you to consider to put this song on your Top-Playlist, hehe. You have nothing to lose, beside. And, I think it's enough for this day. I hope the message I'm trying to send is delivered. Have a great day, Love ya, See ya, Byee...

Minggu, 21 Februari 2016


          Something that significally affect the world. What precisely is that? The answer is Education. The word of "Education" can be a parameter, to decide, is it the world that we've been living now has reached the best of it? It is something that really important and determine a culmination of succeness of the world. Education is very a crusial thing, because without knowledge, we are all nothing. To understand how the world constructs its meganess, how the world run and take care all of the burden, and how the world survive for this dozen of century, there is no option for us, except to learn deeper about the world with its ease and all affliction.
          Because, there is no doubt anymore that education is that matter, it is our duty to create a better world by ensure the new generation of our has accept the best education that they could get. A good education, is a well-structured system that can be a trigger for every man-kind to develop their passion, their talent and their imagination. In a good education, it is important to have a nice relationship between student with his friends, his teacher, and his parents. But, regard from that, a good education need to make the student close with his God. And then, another issue is that, giving a pressure. That is obviously, the most hot-topic in student circle that not very popular. But, somehow, it is a good practice for them, because without pressure, there will be no a  motion to push them do something great. But, it's need to be noted, still, something that too much, isn't a good idea in any circumstances.
          Unfortunately, what we are facing right now, is far away from our hope. Education didn't run well as we planned. There is none connection between student with other components. Just a "close" relation with his friends. Don't get me wrong, it's good, if student can place themselves in a proper ways, but the fact, that a lot of students has fallen into the "Dark side". If that things always happen without control and we let that thing keep growing, it will gone stronger and indelible. It's going to be hard for us to make the situation back on track. And then, nowadays, students was forced to possess every subjects in school. Every teacher, want their student to be the master in their field. That's quite impossible and that is not how it should be. Students are going to be stressed out and a creative process will be hampered. Instead, we can aim one main goal, and expand it further more. For addition, I see the pretension in student is decreased by the time. For what possible reason? There are many of them, like there is no support from surrounding, the facility that provided is not good enough, or maybe the student have kind of lost and don't know what direction that they have to take.
          Maybe, our eduaction has gone wrong way too far. Nonetheless, it is not a reason for us to give up and surrender to the reality right now. Ideal education is something that we could still get. How? First, an idle habits need to be gone. Second, people need to reward on something like tenacity and process, not just based on result. Third, presistence and willing to build a better future is also needed. That is one of requisite that we have to accomplish. If everything has work as what they need to be, a compability will be reached. What I always holding on is, it is better for us to be late than nothing. It is not our time to wave the white flag. But, this is our time to revolt against foolish, to give a last effort in term of knack and preserve the galaxy. My last word will be, fight and find relief, then you will end all pain. 

Jumat, 22 Januari 2016


Drottningholm Palace

     Hello guys! In this chance, I have an opportunity to explain one of " most famous " building or acrchitechture in the world. So, the building that I have chose is Drottnigholm Palace!! The reason is, because I love this country *SWEDEN* and this is not a mainstream spot. Many of people are not knowing this, so it is my proud to be the one that introduce it to my friends. So, yeah, I choose this by heart not popularity:) Let's see it! 
          Drottningholm Palace is on UNESCO's World Heritage list. It is the most well-preserved royal castle built in the 1600s in Sweden and at the same time is representative of all European architecture for the period. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion pleasure palace, the palace theatre and the magnificent palace gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience.

          Influenced by French prototype, the palace was built by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder by commission of Queen Hedvig Eleonora. A number of royal personages have since then left their mark on the palace. The Palace is Their Majesties the King and Queens permanent home residence. The rooms in the southern wing of the palace are reserved for this purpose. The rest of the palace and grounds are open to the public year round.


kungahuset_emblem_eng_topOpening Times:
January–30 March: Saturday–Sunday 12pm-3pm
April: Friday–Sunday 11am –3:30pm
May–August: Daily 10am –4:30pm
September: Daily 11am –3:30pm
October: Friday–Sunday 11am –3:30pm
November–14 December: Saturday–Sunday 12pm–3:30pm
Closed 15–30 December
Duration: 1-2 hours
Fees: Adult 130 SEK, Students 60 SEK, Children free.
Address: 178 02 Drottningholm, Sweden
Type: Palace
Contact: +46 8 402 62 80
Email: | Web
Adult 130 SEK, Students 60 SEK, Children free. Free admission with Stockholm Card.

  • Baby Carriages – Plan ahead if you’re bringing your baby along. Baby carriages are not permitted inside the palace, but can be left at the entrance.
  • No Photography – No photography is permitted inside the palace. Bring your camera along anyway – there are many beautiful sites to photograph outside on the palace grounds.
  • Boat Ride – Consider making a boat adventure of your trip to the palace and back. There are several options for tour boats taking visitors to Drottningholm Palace from central Stockholm, with some boat rides even including lunch or dinner.
TransportDrottningholm Palace is located on an island in Lake Mälar in a suburb of Stockholm. There are several options for getting to the palace from the center of town:
  • Car – From central Stockholm, follow route 275, also called the Drottningholm route. At Brommaplan, follow signs to Drottningholm.
  • Bus or Train – Take the underground train to Brommaplan, and then change to bus 301-323. Buses 177 and 178 also go to Drottningholm.
  • Boat – In the summer, boats depart for the palace at regular intervals from the City Hall Quay.
  • Bike – Follow the bicycle path from the center of Stockholm to Drottningholm. This is a pleasant and scenic bike ride of about an hour each way.


In the sixteenth century Catherine the Jagiellonian, wife of king John III, had chosen the island of Lovön as the site of a summer palace. This led to the name Drottningholm, Swedish for Queen's islet. 
The Palace of Drottningholm seen from the lake
View from the lake
The palace, completed in 1580, was designed by the Flemish architect Willem Boy in Renaissance style.

In 1661 a fire destroyed the palace and the following year queen consort Hedwig Eleonora, widow of king Charles X Gustav, commissioned architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder with the construction of a new palace. Tessin based his designs on the prevailing Baroque style of contemporary French and Italian palaces. 

Hercules Fountain
After his death in 1681 the project was completed by his son Nicodemus Tessin the Younger.
Hercules fountain at Drottningholm Palace


Library of Luisa Ulrika in the Drottningholm PalaceMost of the interior decorations were designed in a Baroque style. When Hedwig Eleonora died in 1715 many of the rooms were not finished. After queen consort Louisa Ulrika became owner of the palace in 1751 she hired accomplished architects such as Carl Hårleman and Jean Eric Rehn to complete and remodel the interiors.

Royal Library
Most impressive is the Great Staircase which dominates the center of the palace. Large statues of the nine muses are placed on the balustrade of the staircase, which was designed by Tessin the Elder. The walls of the stair hall are decorated with trompe-l'oeil paintings by Johan Sylvius and the ceiling features a large painting by David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl.

On of the most interesting rooms is the chamber of Hedwig Eleonora, designed by Tessin the Elder and completed in 1683. Also of note is the elegant royal library, decorated by Jean Eric Rehn for queen Louisa Ulrika. 

Court Theater, Drottningholm
Court Theatre
Large paintings in the galleries of king Charles X and Charles XI show scenes from historic events, respectively the crossing of the Great Belt (Denmark) in 1658 and the Battle of Lund, Sweden in 1667.

1. The Palace

Interior Drottningholm Palace. Photo: The Royal Court/Alexis Daflos.
      Throughout the years Drottningholm Palace has changed and the royal personages who lived here have left their mark on the palace's interiors – influenced by changes in style and fashion trends.
 Hedvig Eleonora, Lovisa Ulrika and Gustav III have all contributed markedly to the interior decoration of the reception halls.
          Hedvig Eleonora's state bedchamber was the heart of the state reception suite in the 1600s and was created by the country's foremost artists and craftsmen. You will also find a series of rooms decorated for Gustav III during the 1700s, amongst others the Chinese Salon featuring the popular trend of that period – chinoiserie. The reception halls are open year round for visitors. Also available are guided tours for individuals, guided tours for groups, theme visits as well as guided tours for children.

2. Museum de Vries

Museum de Vries. Photo: The Royal Court/Alexis Daflos.
          A unique collection of sculptures from the Dutch sculptor Adriaen de Vries (1556–1626) can be seen at the old Dragoon Stables from the 1700s. Bronze sculptures dating back to the beginning of the 1600s were brought to Sweden as booty and were eventually placed in the Drottningholm Palace park.
          Today these sculptures have been replaced by modern bronze casts and the originals can be seen at the Museum De Vries. The museum contains the world´s largest collection of Adriaen De Vries' work.

3. Drottningholm Palace Chapel

The Drottningholm Palace Chapel. Photo: The Royal Court/Alexis Daflos.
          The Royal Chapel at Drottningholm was inaugurated in May 1746. During the chapel's just over 250-year history official Royal events have continued to be held here.
          Today, the Royal Chapel at Drottningholm is utilized by Lovö parish and a high mass is held on the last Sunday of every month.

4. The Royal Gift Shop

Slottsboden på Drottningholms slott. Foto: Kungl. Hovstaterna/Henrik Garlöv.
          The Royal Gift Shop is a unique present and souvenir shop offering products with a connection to the Royal Collections. Many of the products are produced in limited editions and can only be purchased at the Royal Gift Shop.
           The boutique's broad assortment offers everything from popular souvenir items such as postcards and key rings to exclusive jewelery in gold and silver, as well as glass and porcelain. There is something for everyone at the Royal Gift Shop. The selection appeals both to tourists who are looking for special souvenirs and companies who are looking for unique gifts for clients.
           The Gift Shop at Drottningholm is situated in the Visitor's Centre in the white villa in front of the Palace, from the seaside.
Photo: The Royal Court/Henrik Garlöv. Photo: The Royal Court/Katrin Ingel.
Photo: The Royal Court/Henrik Garlöv. Photo: The Royal Court/Henrik Garlöv.

5. Drottningholm Palace Park

 Photo: The Royal Court
          Since the reign of Johan III's there has been a palace garden at Drottningholm. At that time it was primarily a utility garden and was situated approximately where the parking area, east of the theatre, is located today.
Photo: The Royal CourtQueen Hedvig Eleonora
The oldest garden was planted at the end of the 1600s upon the initiative of Queen Hedvig Eleonora.
The work was headed by the palace architects Tessin – father and son. This part of the garden is known as the baroque garden and is situated directly adjacent to the palace, enclosed by four lime-tree lined avenues.
The architects were inspired by newly planted palace gardens in France at the time, where the ideal was strict, ordered and symmetrical.
The baroque garden lay in disrepair during the 1800s but was restored in the 1950–60s by Gustaf VI Adolf.

Photo: The Royal CourtThe parterre de broderi
Closest to the palace lies the parterre de broderi, which originally had an intricate embroidery pattern of box-wood hedges and coloured gravel.
Today, these have been replaced by a large lawn with box-wood hedges on the outer edges as well as a band of crushed brick and black hyperite.

Photo: The Royal Court
  Adriaen de Vries
At the centre stands the Hercules fountain – bronze figures created by the sculptor Adriaen de Vries.
All the bronze sculptures located in the park are created by de Vries and came to Sweden as booty after wars in Prague 1648 and Fredriksborg 1659.
After a walled terrace comes the parterre d´eau with ten jets of water and lawns enclosed by box-wood hedges.

Photo: The Royal Court
 Seven cascades
A cascade construction made of seven cascades on each side of the centre avenue make up the background of the parterres – a liberal free interpretation of the original Tessin cascades, which were torn down a the beginning of the 1800s .
Beyond the cascades lie four hedge groves and the crown fountain. Today the groves remain as they were formed during the 1700s.
The southwest grove contains a theatre of leaves, with hedges forming the walls and stage.

Photo: The Royal Court
 Muncken's hill
Between the groves and Muncken's hill at the bottom of the baroque garden lie the high-grown remains of the star hedge formation, made up of pruned hedges.
The parterres situated at the palace´s water front are a reconstruction of those from 1723.

 King Gustav III
When Gustav III took over Drottningholm in 1777, he wished to make room for the new park ideal from England – the natural landscape park or English garden.
Fredrik Magnus Piper, who studied these gardens first hand in England, was commissioned in 1780 to create such a garden to the north of the baroque garden.
This garden is made up of two ponds with canals, islets and beautiful bridges, expansive lawns as well as tree-lined avenues and tree groves. Walkways wind themselves all around the park.

Photo: The Royal Court The English garden
Viewing paths stretch through the English garden and partly through the baroque garden providing beautiful viewpoints and landscape vistas.
Only a few of all the romantic buildings that were planned for the English garden were completed – for instance the neo-Gothic style tower.
Copies of ancient marble statues are found at a number of locations in the park. The originals were purchased by Gustav III during his journey to Italy in 1783-84.
The intention was to provide beautiful surprises amongst the foliage or a visual endpoint from a distance.

6. The World Heritage

Drottningholm Palace. Photo: The Royal Court/Alexis Daflos.
          The Royal Domain of Drottningholm is a well preserved palace and grounds from the 1600s and 1700s, inspired by French models such as the Chateau of Versailles. The Chinese Pavilion and the unique Court Theatre are particularly valuable parts of the Drottningholm domain. The Theatre auditorium remains unchanged since its completion in 1766.
          In 1991, Drottningholm was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List of places that are of outstanding universal value to humanity, representing the best examples of the world's cultural and natural heritage.

7. Drottningholm Visitor's Centre and Restaurant

 Matplats. Foto: Kungl. Hovstaterna/Henrik Garlöv Visitor's Centre and Restaurant. Photo: The Royal Court/Henrik Garlöv.

     Those are the main part of Drottningholm Palace that you may wanna know. It is an extracted places, isn't it? Well, I hope you do think so like I do. Maybe, with this efforts, you will know more about world and will be more respect to it. I think it's enought for this time.. Love yaa.. See yaa.. Byeee...

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Minggu, 17 Januari 2016


          So... I'm back from my hibernation of Holiday, hehe. And now, I'm gonna share my experience within my Holiday.
          At the bginning of the holiday, I litteraly did nothing. And, honestly this is a bad holiday. Even, I can't say that, because even though I did go nowhere, it is still a holiday, isn't it? But, there are a couple things that I did on my holiday, such as Movie Marathon on my computer, and learned about foreign languange, read some articles with numerous and random title, or maybe hang-out with my old friends. I indeed have an intention to finish-up my " reading novel " session, but it didn't end up well. Because, my mind was always distracted by others things. Also, in the matter of I am one of PK 62 member's, I need to work and manage one event, which is " MuBes ". Here, at my spare time, I went out to school to do forum and kind of meeting thing, also helped for any preparation. But, unfortunately I didn't take a chance to come along with them, because I have another issues that I couldn't leave behind. I was quite dissapointed and regret those things, but I do believe in every decision, the risk will always be there. But, regardless to that pathetic story, I confess that I was really happy and felt prestigious to be able to helped, my family.
          When the rest of PK 62 member's gone to Cisarua for MuBes, I stayed at home, but I also still went to school for chemical copaching for OSN. Istruggled hard with my self, to be honest, to get there. Because, I was too lazy to attend that coaching lesson. The reason was, what we discussed is very hard and I was frazzled to understood, what the coach try to explained. I also went to the College, to prepare for next-semester, so I wouldn't got blank brain on the first day of school.
          But, let's forget it. Because, I wasn't just did those misereable things. I also went to my hometown, Banjar and Ciamis. I came there about 1 day before New Year. I did my trip with my younger sister and my father, without my mother, because she with her family got a chance to visit Makkah for Umroh. Ya, so lucky My Mom. In Banjar, I still have no clue about what thing that I could do, there. So, we are just visitedmy father's family. Door to door, with unfriendly weather accompanied us. I mean, its ridiculously, extremely, surprisingly HOT!! For addition, I have so many home to visit. But, I can't lie that I was happy to ride that trip. Don't get me wrong, I was tired, a lot, but I got money from some of my family. Also, they gave us hulled rice, oil and all that stuff. We saved it on our trunk and brought it to home.
          I also visited my grandma's house at Ciamis, we just visited, then went back to Banjar, haha. Last, in New Year's eve, I did my journey to Pangandaran to celebrate that. I arrived there, approximately at 8 p.m. and went back home at 3 a.m. There are a lot of fireworks flew up on the sky, and that moments was very exquisite for me. Yeah, I think that's all interesting on my holiday to share with.
          Then, it's the end. I told you, my holiday was quite boring. I jusr did my regulary activity on my daily life. I listened to so many songs, watched a reality TV show, sometimes did a work out. But, the difference is I could do that with full-time part. I could do it eagerly and without hesitate, no worried to have any dateline chased on me. Its also refresh my minds, which is really deserve to got. I ate healthier, actually, with Oatmeal always on the top list. So, basically, I still got something from holiday, even it is far away from what I expected. Last, my message is enjoy everytime of your life and be better! *even if you have a bad holiday, hehe. Thankyouu... Love yaa, See yaa, Byee....