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About: Jova Febrina. Student of Psychology. Indonesian.
I think what UNICEF’s trying to deliver is:
1. There’s still a lot of marriage occurs in girls underaged.
2. To tell every girl, woman, lady (no matter how old you are) to know YOUR WORTH, know what you DESERVE. And violence is none of it. 

Rise and shine! 🌞 – View on Path.

I think what UNICEF’s trying to deliver is:
1. There’s still a lot of marriage occurs in girls underaged.
2. To tell every girl, woman, lady (no matter how old you are) to know YOUR WORTH, know what you DESERVE. And violence is none of it.

Rise and shine! 🌞 – View on Path.

“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?”

Albert Einstein (via observando)

ha! justifikasi :p

Terima kasih adik-adik yg kemarin sudah mau main bareng kakak-kakak dan boneka “Ini Aku”! Semoga Ayah dan Bunda jg terus melanjutkan edukasi seksual sejak dini yaa ☺️🎈
#GebyarPPAUD #latepost  (at Lapangan F.Psikologi UI)

Terima kasih adik-adik yg kemarin sudah mau main bareng kakak-kakak dan boneka “Ini Aku”! Semoga Ayah dan Bunda jg terus melanjutkan edukasi seksual sejak dini yaa ☺️🎈
#GebyarPPAUD #latepost (at Lapangan F.Psikologi UI)

Thought via Path

"…but i’m glad it was long and difficult because if I haven’t gone through hell to get there, the lesson might not been this clear."

- Ted, right before he finished the story of how he met the mother. – Read on Path.

“Aku ingin kau belajar dariku. Menyimpan rasa marah adalah racun. Menggerogotimu dari dalam. Kita mengira kebencian merupakan senjata untuk menyerang orang yang menyakiti kita. Tapi kebencian adalah pedang bermata dua. Dan luka yang kita buat dengan pedang itu, kita lakukan terhadap diri kita sendiri.”

- Ruby dalam The Five People You Meet in Heaven.

(Slaps me..)

raininq:

i follow back :)

raininq:

i follow back :)

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(Terlepas dari kecepatan bicaranya yang gak santai) Seandainya video ini sudah ada sejak ku belajar Psium I..

paintvrlife:

‘Toy Stories’ is the result of an 18 month round the world trip where Galimberti visited a variety of countries and cultures and took photographs of children and their toys. Galimberti would often take part in a child’s games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. He says:

“The richest children were more possessive. At the beginning, they wouldn’t want me to touch their toys, and I would need more time before they would let me play with them […] In poor countries, it was much easier. Even if they only had two or three toys, they didn’t really care. In Africa, the kids would mostly play with their friends outside.”

Despite some differences, Galimberti found similarities between children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, some children’s toys played the same function: protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night.

The Italian photographer also found that many children were attached to toys that reflected the world that surrounded them in their particular area. A boy from an affluent Beijing family loves Monopoly because he enjoys the idea of building houses and hotels, while another young boy living in rural Mexico loves trucks because they travel through his village on the way to the sugar plantation everyday.

A lovely point Galimberti made about his experience was that toys haven’t changed all that much since he was a kid.

“I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have,” he says. “It was nice to go back to my childhood somehow.”

(via dolliecrave)

“Cinta bukanlah dependensi, melainkan keutuhan yang dibagi.” —(Dee, 2008)
Bismillah!

Bismillah!

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