Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Is This The Place Where I belong?


This is what it takes to survive in a metropolitan city where a gap between the rich and the poor is too big to fix.

2 comments:

suryo wibowo said...

Are you unsure? I am, sometimes... I mean, sometimes, I'm afraid that money is the gate between your chance and your failure or stagnation...

this is the world, where money is the newest GOD, and where malls, banks are the modern CATHEDRAL, CHURCHES, MOSQUES...

I've a friend who is since 1991 working as trash picker, even though he had a bachelor degree. All because he couldn't afford to apply and bribe for a job as teacher.

somehow the modern human being judge the success or failure through money, progress, etc... And it's true that nothing would walk on without a cent. They even sell love! When I was a kid, my family had nothing. No radio, no tv, we lived in a slump, and my friends in the school was mocking at me for not having toys. the gap was big. I lived as a children whose parents are used to get a letter from the school for not having the school fee paid.

Kuli Tinta said...

I guess that's how our society works, and maybe not just us, maybe every society has become enslaved by money and power. And yeah I guess it's true that we can find lots of people who have degree but not with a proper job. Whose fault is it? I don't know.

 
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