No Day without Joy
At ninght the mountainside people usually snuggle. To leave the night is lamentable since there will be a passion waiting the sun ahead the window at the most joyful side. Giharu always loves those two moments more than anything. The night is not left, and the morning is welcome. The noon is a typical obstacle for her; it, however, is a grace for the life keeper.
As a Mother
Day by day, Giharu and volunteers keep on struggling to make up the books. She is a mother like the others, so she helps his son learning, handles what he needs, plays chess, games, and badminton, and takes him to the town to keep the dealings with ‘a passion’ which plays an important role in establishing Giharu as she is today, and prepares her son to be one who can be encouraged in this country.
With Her Best Friend
Comrades and best friends are people who come and go in a journey. They are wind that cannot be ruled as we wish, even by pitiable words, like: “Hi buddy, ugh.. come, hold me and give me your warm.” It will really be in vain. Giharu thinks that friends are worthy experienced their presence and then we let them go to their choice. Giharu believes that man is not a social creature since he has his own interest as an actual and integral individual person. He needs silence to meet himself. So, do not ever ask who Giharu’s friends are. When grasses, wild wind, and pines are her friends, why isn’t one who has personality?
“Please come the lovers of life, from the back of Mount Sindoro Sumbing I have seen you have been stepping your way.”
Writing and Writing
By writing Giharu finds herself naturally. Morning dew and fragrant buds of mountain trees provide Giharu an insight of life which is always renewed, like a flower that does not need to vow to bloom at its time.
Believing in dreams and ideas like what Giharu writes can be established on top of Mount Sindoro Sumbing. Finding a joyful moment when being lonesome, wrapping unsightliness from cities such as Magelang and Yogyakarta and then coming back to the her mountain, and preoccupying herself in writing. It is true that she always writes all day long.