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Laut mati
« on: 29 October 2010, 11:49:20 PM »
Di Palestina mengalir 2 laut, tapi keduanya sangat berbeda. Yang satu dinamakan laut Galilea, sebuah danau luas dengan air yang jernih dan bisa diminum. Ikan bisa hidup di dalamnya dan manusia pun dapat berenang di danau tersebut. Danau itu juga dikelilingi oleh ladang dan kebun yang hijau. Banyak orang mendirikan rumah mereka di sekitarnya.

Sementara laut yang satunya lagi dinamakan Laut Mati. Benar-benar sesuai namanya, segala sesuatu yang ada di dalamnya mati. Airnya sangat asin sehingga jika diminum akan merasa kehausan bahkan bisa sakit. Danau itu tidak ada ikannya. Tak ada sesuatupun yang tumbuh di tepiannya. Tak seorangpun ingin tinggal di sekitar danau itu karena baunya yang tidak sedap.

Yang menarik tentang kedua laut tersebut ialah ada satu sungai yang mengalir ke Laut Galilea dan Laut Mati. Sungar Yordan mengalir ke permukaan Laut Galilea dan megalir keluar dari dasar danau itu. Danau tersebut memanfaatkan air sungai Yordan dan meneruskannya kepada danau lainnya untuk dimanfaatkan. Sungai Yordan juga mengalir ke Laut Mati akan tetapi tidak pernah keluar lagi.
Jadi apa yang membuat keduanya berbeda? Cukup sederhana, memang. Danau yang satu menerima dan terus memberi. Sedangkan danau yang satunya lagi hanya menerima dan menyimpannya bagi dirinya sendiri. Hal itulah yang membuatnya mati, karena hanya menerima dan tidak memberi.

 
Jangan sampai kita ‘mati’ di dalam hidup, hanya karena tahu menerima saja tanpa bisa memberi. Semakin pelit memberi membuat hidup semakin ‘miskin’.

Kekurang-pahaman yang sudah umum adalah memberi cenderung diartikan dengan “menyerahkan” sesuatu sehingga menjadi berkurang. Merasa memberi sebagai pengurangan sehingga tidak berani memberi.
Jangan takut memberi! Pahamilah bahwa “Memberi itu lebih menggembirakan daripada menerima”. Memberi adalah ungkapan kemampuan tertinggi dari hati nurani sehinga rela memberikan/mengorbankan, dan karenanya menjadi bahagia/gembira.

Kita sering mendambakan orang lain memberikan kasih sayang dan perhatian kepada kita, barulah kita merasa hidup ini diliputi kebahagiaan. Tetapi bagaimana jika tidak disayangi dan diperhatikan lagi? Hati tentu menjadi gelisah dan sedih, bukan?
Oleh sebab itu kita tak perlu menunggu dan mengharapkan orang lain mengasihi kita, sebaliknya kitalah yang harus selalu berusaha mengasihi orang lain. Demikian barulah bisa memahami bahwa memberi lebih menggembirakan daripada menerima. Saat itu pula kita baru mampu merasakan kebahagiaan sejati, dan dapat menjadi orang yang paling bahagia di dunia ini.

"Sekarang, para bhikkhu, Aku mengatakan ini sebagai nasihat terakhir-Ku: kehancuran adalah sifat dari segala sesuatu yang terbentuk. Oleh karena itu, berjuanglah dengan penuh kesadaran."

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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #1 on: 30 October 2010, 12:09:46 AM »
:jempol: iya betul nona hema ;D.

saya akan terus berusaha membuat semua orang tersenyum ;D.

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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #2 on: 30 October 2010, 12:31:42 AM »
 :)
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Re: Laut mati
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #4 on: 30 October 2010, 06:06:53 AM »
kalau boleh tahu.. air dari sea of gelilee mengalir ke danau apa ?

dan benarkah dead sea asin karena tidak mau berbagi ?
setahu saya dulu, penguapan tinggi dan adanya retakan yang menyebabkan konsentrasi garam menjadi tinggi..
dan sebenarnya mineral yang ada di dead sea ini juga berguna dalam kosmetik.. mungkin dengan cara inilah dead sea berbagi.. ;D

source : http://www.wysinfo.com/Dead_Sea/dead_sea_works.htm
Dead Sea Works

    * The History of the Dead Sea Works
    * Dead Sea Resources - Basis for Fertilizers: Potassium and Potash, Phosphoric Acid
    * Bromine and Magnesium - Servicing Multiple Industries
    * Industry Vs. Nature

Millions of years of evaporation have left the Dead Sea more salty and more dense than any other natural body of water in the world, with a salt content over eight times that of the seas and oceans, attaining a concentration of 330-340 grams of salt per liter of sea water.

In some parts, such as in the shallow southern basin, this rises and reaches saturation and crystallization point. The quantity of dissolved salts in the lake today is estimated at 44 billion tons, and in fact constitutes the largest concentration of minerals in Israel.

Salt Ponds in the Southern Basin of the Dead Sea
The History of the Dead Sea Works

The beginnings of the exploitation of these resources are firmly linked with the name of Novmaisky, an engineer who in 1920 won a concession and established the PPC at the northern end of the Dead Sea. Very early on, Novmaisky – both a realist and a dreamer – concluded that an efficient production process based on evaporation had to be located on a flat area suitable for ponds as large as possible.

As the topography of the area in the north was not suitable for this purpose, he began five years later to set up a plant at the southern end of the Dead Sea; by the Second World War this was producing about 50% of Britain’s potash requirements and about 80% of the requirements of the British Dominions (excluding Canada).

Old Work Camp of Original Dead Sea Works

The political upheavals of 1948 froze production until 1952, when the Dead Sea Works was established. This, today, forms the basis of a modern industrial complex which markets its products to over 65 countries on five continents.

Thus, the Dead Sea Works enterprise - founded on the chance labor of adventurers and a handful of men obsessed by Noviensky’s dream, living in subhuman conditions - became a giant complex, which in its immediate area alone provides a living for thousands of families and has become a major factor in the accelerated development of the northern Negev.
Dead Sea Resources - The Basis for Fertilizers

The need to feed the growing world population and the development of innovative methods of agricultural production have, together, created a mounting demand for agricultural fertilizers based on the three most important elements for plants – potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen.

Mountain of Salt in Dead Sea Works       Extracting Salt in Dead Sea Works
Potassium and Potash

The potassium in the Dead Sea is found in the form of potassium chloride salt. The quantity is estimated at 1.9 billion tons. It is produced at the Dead Sea Works by a process based on selective sedimentation of the non-required minerals in a system of evaporation ponds until the solutions of the desired composition are finally obtained.

For the construction of the ponds a system of dams was built which today encompasses the Israeli sector of the shallow southern basin of the sea, which is now in fact a vast evaporation pond.

At present, the water of the Dead Sea is pumped from the deep northern basin a distance of 400 meters and carried in a canal to the southern basin, into the ponds, where – through natural evaporation – the water loses 50% of its initial volume and kitchen salt and calcium chloride crystallize out into a second system of ponds. Here the carnallite, which is the raw material for producing potash, crystallizes and sediments. Potash is an impure form of potassium carbonate (K2CO3) mixed with other potassium salts. Potash has been used since ancient times as a fertilizer and in the manufacture of glass and soap.

This material is mechanically “harvested” from the bottom of the pools and pumped through pipes to the potash plant. Here the carnallite crystals are separated from the stock solution and washed in water to dissolve the magnesium chloride in the solution.

Salt Ponds in Dead Sea Basin

In a further series of steps the potash is extracted and transferred to bulk storage facilities, where it is shipped abroad in accordance with the demands of the world market.

The huge quantities of salt, produced as a by-product of the potash, supply local needs after further processing here and some is even exported as both kitchen and industrial salt.

A two-stage cold crystallization process for manufacturing potash invented in the research and development laboratories of the Dead Sea Works led to the establishment of a new plant which lowered the costs of potash production.
Phosphoric Acid

Those who conceived the idea of exploiting the resources in and around the Dead Sea were never satisfied with the production of potash and phosphates as raw materials alone. The establishment of the Arad complex, now comprising three separate plants, arose from the desire to develop compound fertilizers, whose price on the world market is ten times higher than that of the raw material. The brine of the Dead Sea Works waste products, which the Japanese have used to fuel a motor cycle, and the phosphate-rich sediments to the west of the Dead Sea, were combined in a process developed in the laboratories of Israel Quarries to produce phosphoric acid of high quality. This in turn can be used to produce compound fertilizers on a phosphorous base, whose quality and price have aroused interest among fertilizer manufacturers around the world.
Bromine and Magnesium – Servicing Multiple Industries
Bromine

Bromine (Br) is the only liquid nonmetallic element at room temperature. It bonds easily with many elements.

The Dead Sea is the richest resource of bromine, used in fumigants, flame-proofing agents, water purification compounds, dyes, in certain medicines, sanitizers, photography, etc.

The solutions produced in the carnallite ponds in the Dead Sea, contain bromine at a concentration 140 times higher than in normal seawater. This provides the raw material for a large bromide plant that has branches located around the world.

The bromine plant, together with a plant manufacturing bromine compounds through advanced locally-developed technologies, have made Israel a key player in the world market.
Magnesium

As against the 1.2% potash and the 0.5% bromine, the concentration of magnesia in the Dead Sea reaches 13%, which means over 17 billion tons – a quantity sufficient for the world’s requirements of this highly valuable metal for several centuries. This substance is the raw material for several vital products in modern industry, including the auto and aviation industries, on account of its strength and light weight.
Industry Vs Nature

The Dead Sea Works at present produces only a relatively small amount of the full extent of the natural resources in and around the sea. It has not yet begun to realize even a tiny fraction of the sea’s potential in lithium and other elements it contains.

Floating in Dead Sea

The Dead Sea Works holds the concessions for development of the Dead Sea resources, the sea bottom, and the water to the west and south. In fact, any activity along the shore of the southern basin and south of it is subject to the agreement of the company and is conditional upon non-interference and non-competition with its own operations.

Baby Camel, Plant and Flowers         Salt Mushroom in Dead Sea

However, these areas contain tourist spots, agricultural settlements, roads, nature reserves and parks with unique flora and fauna, and there is little doubt that in practical terms the industry is obliged to consider their needs, which sometimes clash with its own development requirements.

Desert Tree Growing by the Dead Sea
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #5 on: 30 October 2010, 02:47:36 PM »
kalau boleh tahu.. air dari sea of gelilee mengalir ke danau apa ?

dan benarkah dead sea asin karena tidak mau berbagi ?
setahu saya dulu, penguapan tinggi dan adanya retakan yang menyebabkan konsentrasi garam menjadi tinggi..
dan sebenarnya mineral yang ada di dead sea ini juga berguna dalam kosmetik.. mungkin dengan cara inilah dead sea berbagi.. ;D

source : http://www.wysinfo.com/Dead_Sea/dead_sea_works.htm
Dead Sea Works

    * The History of the Dead Sea Works
    * Dead Sea Resources - Basis for Fertilizers: Potassium and Potash, Phosphoric Acid
    * Bromine and Magnesium - Servicing Multiple Industries
    * Industry Vs. Nature

Millions of years of evaporation have left the Dead Sea more salty and more dense than any other natural body of water in the world, with a salt content over eight times that of the seas and oceans, attaining a concentration of 330-340 grams of salt per liter of sea water.

In some parts, such as in the shallow southern basin, this rises and reaches saturation and crystallization point. The quantity of dissolved salts in the lake today is estimated at 44 billion tons, and in fact constitutes the largest concentration of minerals in Israel.

Salt Ponds in the Southern Basin of the Dead Sea
The History of the Dead Sea Works

The beginnings of the exploitation of these resources are firmly linked with the name of Novmaisky, an engineer who in 1920 won a concession and established the PPC at the northern end of the Dead Sea. Very early on, Novmaisky – both a realist and a dreamer – concluded that an efficient production process based on evaporation had to be located on a flat area suitable for ponds as large as possible.

As the topography of the area in the north was not suitable for this purpose, he began five years later to set up a plant at the southern end of the Dead Sea; by the Second World War this was producing about 50% of Britain’s potash requirements and about 80% of the requirements of the British Dominions (excluding Canada).

Old Work Camp of Original Dead Sea Works

The political upheavals of 1948 froze production until 1952, when the Dead Sea Works was established. This, today, forms the basis of a modern industrial complex which markets its products to over 65 countries on five continents.

Thus, the Dead Sea Works enterprise - founded on the chance labor of adventurers and a handful of men obsessed by Noviensky’s dream, living in subhuman conditions - became a giant complex, which in its immediate area alone provides a living for thousands of families and has become a major factor in the accelerated development of the northern Negev.
Dead Sea Resources - The Basis for Fertilizers

The need to feed the growing world population and the development of innovative methods of agricultural production have, together, created a mounting demand for agricultural fertilizers based on the three most important elements for plants – potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen.

Mountain of Salt in Dead Sea Works       Extracting Salt in Dead Sea Works
Potassium and Potash

The potassium in the Dead Sea is found in the form of potassium chloride salt. The quantity is estimated at 1.9 billion tons. It is produced at the Dead Sea Works by a process based on selective sedimentation of the non-required minerals in a system of evaporation ponds until the solutions of the desired composition are finally obtained.

For the construction of the ponds a system of dams was built which today encompasses the Israeli sector of the shallow southern basin of the sea, which is now in fact a vast evaporation pond.

At present, the water of the Dead Sea is pumped from the deep northern basin a distance of 400 meters and carried in a canal to the southern basin, into the ponds, where – through natural evaporation – the water loses 50% of its initial volume and kitchen salt and calcium chloride crystallize out into a second system of ponds. Here the carnallite, which is the raw material for producing potash, crystallizes and sediments. Potash is an impure form of potassium carbonate (K2CO3) mixed with other potassium salts. Potash has been used since ancient times as a fertilizer and in the manufacture of glass and soap.

This material is mechanically “harvested” from the bottom of the pools and pumped through pipes to the potash plant. Here the carnallite crystals are separated from the stock solution and washed in water to dissolve the magnesium chloride in the solution.

Salt Ponds in Dead Sea Basin

In a further series of steps the potash is extracted and transferred to bulk storage facilities, where it is shipped abroad in accordance with the demands of the world market.

The huge quantities of salt, produced as a by-product of the potash, supply local needs after further processing here and some is even exported as both kitchen and industrial salt.

A two-stage cold crystallization process for manufacturing potash invented in the research and development laboratories of the Dead Sea Works led to the establishment of a new plant which lowered the costs of potash production.
Phosphoric Acid

Those who conceived the idea of exploiting the resources in and around the Dead Sea were never satisfied with the production of potash and phosphates as raw materials alone. The establishment of the Arad complex, now comprising three separate plants, arose from the desire to develop compound fertilizers, whose price on the world market is ten times higher than that of the raw material. The brine of the Dead Sea Works waste products, which the Japanese have used to fuel a motor cycle, and the phosphate-rich sediments to the west of the Dead Sea, were combined in a process developed in the laboratories of Israel Quarries to produce phosphoric acid of high quality. This in turn can be used to produce compound fertilizers on a phosphorous base, whose quality and price have aroused interest among fertilizer manufacturers around the world.
Bromine and Magnesium – Servicing Multiple Industries
Bromine

Bromine (Br) is the only liquid nonmetallic element at room temperature. It bonds easily with many elements.

The Dead Sea is the richest resource of bromine, used in fumigants, flame-proofing agents, water purification compounds, dyes, in certain medicines, sanitizers, photography, etc.

The solutions produced in the carnallite ponds in the Dead Sea, contain bromine at a concentration 140 times higher than in normal seawater. This provides the raw material for a large bromide plant that has branches located around the world.

The bromine plant, together with a plant manufacturing bromine compounds through advanced locally-developed technologies, have made Israel a key player in the world market.
Magnesium

As against the 1.2% potash and the 0.5% bromine, the concentration of magnesia in the Dead Sea reaches 13%, which means over 17 billion tons – a quantity sufficient for the world’s requirements of this highly valuable metal for several centuries. This substance is the raw material for several vital products in modern industry, including the auto and aviation industries, on account of its strength and light weight.
Industry Vs Nature

The Dead Sea Works at present produces only a relatively small amount of the full extent of the natural resources in and around the sea. It has not yet begun to realize even a tiny fraction of the sea’s potential in lithium and other elements it contains.

Floating in Dead Sea

The Dead Sea Works holds the concessions for development of the Dead Sea resources, the sea bottom, and the water to the west and south. In fact, any activity along the shore of the southern basin and south of it is subject to the agreement of the company and is conditional upon non-interference and non-competition with its own operations.

Baby Camel, Plant and Flowers         Salt Mushroom in Dead Sea

However, these areas contain tourist spots, agricultural settlements, roads, nature reserves and parks with unique flora and fauna, and there is little doubt that in practical terms the industry is obliged to consider their needs, which sometimes clash with its own development requirements.

Desert Tree Growing by the Dead Sea

saya juga kurang tau,, ntar tanya ke om Google aja ya...  :)
cerita ini (laut mati) sudah beberapa kali saya baca, dan setiap membacanya pasti meninggalkan kesan yang positif, makanya saya pikir tidak ada salahnya dibagikan di sini..
*maap, inggrisku kacau, jadi gak ngerti itu ngomong apa...  ;D
kalau tentang mineral laut mati yang bisa buat kosmetik, saya belum pernah baca artikel lengkapnya, tapi waktu search foto dead sea itu memang banyak gambar orang2 lagi luluran gitu, sepertinya bahan buat lulurnya itu memang dari laut mati..
Mungkin memang benar, begitu cara laut mati memberi..  :)
semoga kita bisa belajar lagi darinya..  :)
"Sekarang, para bhikkhu, Aku mengatakan ini sebagai nasihat terakhir-Ku: kehancuran adalah sifat dari segala sesuatu yang terbentuk. Oleh karena itu, berjuanglah dengan penuh kesadaran."

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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #6 on: 30 October 2010, 05:29:20 PM »

Jadi apa yang membuat keduanya berbeda? Cukup sederhana, memang. Danau yang satu menerima dan terus memberi. Sedangkan danau yang satunya lagi hanya menerima dan menyimpannya bagi dirinya sendiri. Hal itulah yang membuatnya mati, karena hanya menerima dan tidak memberi.


Disebut laut mati bukan karena mitos yang diatas. but disebut laut mati karena papaku yang membunuhnya. =))
Jika ada yang menampar pipi kananku aku akan segera memberikan pipi kirinya telapak kananku, karena dengan demikian hutang karma kita akan segera selesai ditempat. ;D

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« Reply #7 on: 30 October 2010, 06:12:56 PM »
saya juga kurang tau,, ntar tanya ke om Google aja ya...  :)
cerita ini (laut mati) sudah beberapa kali saya baca, dan setiap membacanya pasti meninggalkan kesan yang positif, makanya saya pikir tidak ada salahnya dibagikan di sini..
*maap, inggrisku kacau, jadi gak ngerti itu ngomong apa...  ;D
kalau tentang mineral laut mati yang bisa buat kosmetik, saya belum pernah baca artikel lengkapnya, tapi waktu search foto dead sea itu memang banyak gambar orang2 lagi luluran gitu, sepertinya bahan buat lulurnya itu memang dari laut mati..
Mungkin memang benar, begitu cara laut mati memberi..  :)
semoga kita bisa belajar lagi darinya..  :)
gak masalah seh sis jika bisa memberi inspirasi..
namun idealnya, walau bisa memberi inspirasi, jangan menyebabkan diri kita menjadi terlena dan menjadi tidak kritis

kita akan banyak belajar jika kita mempertanyakan sesuatu yang kita baca
saya sendiri juga bukan pakar geologi.. namun karena saya suka "mempertanyakan" maka setelah saya membaca ketikan sis, saya juga sudah mencari sea of galilee itu mengalir ke mana.. dan wikipedia tertulis mengalir di hilir sungai Yordan, dan saya tidak menemukan danau apa ..

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Coordinates    32°50′N 35°35′E / 32.833°N 35.583°E / 32.833; 35.583Coordinates: 32°50′N 35°35′E / 32.833°N 35.583°E / 32.833; 35.583
Lake type    Monomictic
Primary inflows    Upper Jordan River and local runoff [1]
Primary outflows    Lower Jordan River, evaporation
Catchment area    2,730 km2 (1,050 sq mi) [2]
Basin countries    Israel, Syria, Lebanon
Max. length    21 km (13 mi)
Max. width    13 km (8.1 mi)
Surface area    166 km2 (64 sq mi)
Average depth    25.6 m (84 ft)
Max. depth    43 m (141 ft)
Water volume    4 km3 (0.96 cu mi)
Residence time    5 years
Shore length1    53 km (33 mi)
Surface elevation    -209 m (686 ft)
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #8 on: 30 October 2010, 07:28:38 PM »
gak masalah seh sis jika bisa memberi inspirasi..
namun idealnya, walau bisa memberi inspirasi, jangan menyebabkan diri kita menjadi terlena dan menjadi tidak kritis

kita akan banyak belajar jika kita mempertanyakan sesuatu yang kita baca
saya sendiri juga bukan pakar geologi.. namun karena saya suka "mempertanyakan" maka setelah saya membaca ketikan sis, saya juga sudah mencari sea of galilee itu mengalir ke mana.. dan wikipedia tertulis mengalir di hilir sungai Yordan, dan saya tidak menemukan danau apa ..

hmmm..
maap bro forte saya agak sedikit bingung..  ::)
intinya masalahnya apa ya...??  ;D
maksudnya kebenaran tentang mengalir kemana air laut galilea itu ya??
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #9 on: 30 October 2010, 08:32:02 PM »
hmmm..
maap bro forte saya agak sedikit bingung..  ::)
intinya masalahnya apa ya...??  ;D
maksudnya kebenaran tentang mengalir kemana air laut galilea itu ya??
inti masalahnya yang perlu diperhatikan :
jangan terlena karena inspirasi yang ada di dalam cerita, sehingga menjadikan kita tidak menjadi lebih kritis untuk menanggapi sesuatu hal.
karena inspirasi di atas bagus.. kita diajarkan untuk memberi..
di sisi lain, jika kita tidak kritis, jadinya kita juga kurang berwawasan.. karena kita tidak pernah mempertanyakan..
dan kekurangannya.. cerita di atas hanya akan menginspirasikan sebagian kecil orang yang tidak mempedulikan akan pentingnya sains.. namun jika orang yang mempedulikan sains, maka akan menjadi bumerang karena cerita inspirasi yang di atas hanya dianggap sebagai "dongeng" yang tidak tertelusuri letak kebenarannya.

singkat kata :
cerita inspirasi namun dongeng : bagus..
cerita inspirasi namun fakta : lebih bagus lagi.. ;D

dan dari postingan ini pun, anda juga bisa terinspirasi.. agar lebih teliti emempertanyakan sesuatu.. menjadi lebih rasional tentunya bukan ? ;D
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #10 on: 30 October 2010, 09:33:40 PM »
inti masalahnya yang perlu diperhatikan :
jangan terlena karena inspirasi yang ada di dalam cerita, sehingga menjadikan kita tidak menjadi lebih kritis untuk menanggapi sesuatu hal.
karena inspirasi di atas bagus.. kita diajarkan untuk memberi..
di sisi lain, jika kita tidak kritis, jadinya kita juga kurang berwawasan.. karena kita tidak pernah mempertanyakan..
dan kekurangannya.. cerita di atas hanya akan menginspirasikan sebagian kecil orang yang tidak mempedulikan akan pentingnya sains.. namun jika orang yang mempedulikan sains, maka akan menjadi bumerang karena cerita inspirasi yang di atas hanya dianggap sebagai "dongeng" yang tidak tertelusuri letak kebenarannya.

singkat kata :
cerita inspirasi namun dongeng : bagus..
cerita inspirasi namun fakta : lebih bagus lagi.. ;D

dan dari postingan ini pun, anda juga bisa terinspirasi.. agar lebih teliti emempertanyakan sesuatu.. menjadi lebih rasional tentunya bukan ? ;D

:jempol: sekarang saya mengerti...  :)
thanks bro forte, lain kali kalo ada yang salah2 lagi,, tolong di kasi tau ya..  :)
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #11 on: 30 October 2010, 09:41:27 PM »
oh :no: :no:
gak salah sis.. cuma untuk biar ada nilai plus yang lain aja ;D
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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #12 on: 30 October 2010, 10:04:55 PM »
oh :no: :no:
gak salah sis.. cuma untuk biar ada nilai plus yang lain aja ;D

:jempol:
biar saja juga bisa blajar kan,, melihat nilai plus itu...  ;D
saya kan masih anak bawang..
"Sekarang, para bhikkhu, Aku mengatakan ini sebagai nasihat terakhir-Ku: kehancuran adalah sifat dari segala sesuatu yang terbentuk. Oleh karena itu, berjuanglah dengan penuh kesadaran."

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Re: Laut mati
« Reply #13 on: 30 October 2010, 10:10:48 PM »
:jempol:
biar saja juga bisa blajar kan,, melihat nilai plus itu...  ;D
saya kan masih anak bawang..

semoga tidak bau bawang seperti saya yah ;D.

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« Reply #14 on: 30 October 2010, 11:09:09 PM »
semoga tidak bau bawang seperti saya yah ;D.

hahhahaa....  :))
"Sekarang, para bhikkhu, Aku mengatakan ini sebagai nasihat terakhir-Ku: kehancuran adalah sifat dari segala sesuatu yang terbentuk. Oleh karena itu, berjuanglah dengan penuh kesadaran."