Three days, three unique people, born in three different decades, having three kinds of tea, sharing thoughts and creating a whole new mind – That summed up what happened to us.
Two friends of mine,
One 10 years younger, one 10 years older
One right brainer, one left brainer
One loves arts, one loves numbers
Where am I? Somewhere in the middle!
We are similar yet different, we are different yet similar.
That’s why it was so interesting!
It seemed that whatever we discussed or did, we could either empathize, or learn from each other. I felt that by getting to know more about them, from their stories and experience, I learned even more about myself. I hope that through the sharing, our horizon expanded, our feelings enriched, and our mind transformed.
I savored those moments when time seemed to stand still, yet it had flown like the wind…being present and still in the rush of ravaging river.
May the bond of our friendship last through the ages…until you are 80 years old, I am 90 years old and you are at your 100th year.
Learn and Grow!
Inge Santoso, B. Com
written in response to “Tea with two masters” by Yenche