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HISTORICAL REPETITION

HISTORICAL REPETITION. Human life may be written in a different way but the cycle is always the same, so the conclusions are taken by the historians of ancient Persia. But are the conclusions taken by them true? Sometimes we feel had learned from the experiences of people in the past, learn from the mistakes made by people in the past but we subconsciously repeat the behavior of the people before us. Continue reading

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CIRCLE OF HATRED

CIRCLE OF HATRED. Those who are fearful when pressed turn out (often) to be very fierce when in power, people who are severely tortured by a situation is often a more oppressive ruler harder than its predecessor. If one to get a job to bribe 100 million, then when the grasp of power will ask for a bribe of 200 million and continue. Continue to grow into a snowball from time to time, will never be finished and eventually become a circle of Hatred. Continue reading

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HOW TO INHERIT THE GREATNESS

HOW TO INHERIT THE GREATNESS.

How many great people in the history of the world? When we open the pages of history then pretty much we find the characters with extraordinary glory but how much they leave the people who will continue their brilliance, unfortunately only a few of them are aware. Continue reading

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DUSK IN MALACCA

DUSK IN MALACCA. A story of the history of the attack on the Sultanate of Aceh Darussalam under the leadership of Sultan Iskandar Muda to Malacca (Portuguese) in 1629 that failed miserably. According to Portuguese sources, the entire Aceh fleet was destroyed by the loss of 19,000 troops. Continue reading

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EID MUBARAK AND PASCAL LAW

EID MUBARAK AND PASCAL LAW If the pressure is a force (push) that remains perpendicular to the unit area. Then the smaller the sectional area of the force the greater the pressure produced and vice versa. If F is the … Continue reading

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SOLEMN

In fact, if he thinks. Human is God’s creation, part of the universe. The universe created with the same energy when it is destroyed, then blessed are solemn. Continue reading

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CONQUEST OF CULTURE

The question is Dare we say “Your values are different from our values and do not force us to follow you.” Courageous in actions, words, and intentions. And hopefully, the courage is not fading away from our self. Continue reading

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GATE WITHOUT GATE, THE MILITARY STRATEGY OF IEYASU TOKUGAWA

GATE WITHOUT GATE, THE MILITARY STRATEGY OF IEYASU TOKUGAWA By the middle of the sixteenth century, when the Ashikaga shogunate collapsed, the Japanese resembled a giant battlefield. Warlords fight over power, but out of their midst three great figures appear, … Continue reading

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LETTER TO LISA

LETTER TO LISA Suddenly I felt ashamed of my ambitions, in my dreams, in my hopes for myself. Too high my expects for myself. I take a deep breath. Hold my burned body. Trying to withstand heavy loads beyond the … Continue reading

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SAMUDERA PASAI AS THE FIRST ISLAMIC KINGDOM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Genealogically, Islam in Indonesia or even Southeast Asia should not forget Pasai as the first point of Islamic-Malay civilization, not merely a replication of Indian or Arab, or Chinese traders or travelers. Continue reading

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