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Linguistics Student Indonesia Founded in April 2015, Linguistics Student Indonesia starts as a personal blog and continues its journey and has expanded its wings to several platforms such as Instagram, Youtube, Anchor, Facebook, ResearchGate, and LinkedIn. Linguistics Student Indonesia is currently non-profit and represents its founder's personal brand. The idea of creating Linguistics Student Indonesia emanates when Suci Wulan Lestary as a Founder of this blog encounters a lot of difficulties in learning Linguistics as her specialty in college. So, she started to build Linguistics Student Indonesia while hopes that this platform could help to spread her values as a passionate individual who is attracted to linguistics as she took Indonesian Linguistics specialty as her major in college. Besides linguistics, she would also love to share her meaningful life experience. That's why the tagline: makes little things matter by learning through experience. *** Current Interest


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I meet a middle-aged woman on a social meeting straightly asked, "I heard you built linguisticstudent, what's that? Is it financially profitable?"

To be honest, I am somewhat exhausted when I have to explain to others what linguisticstudent is because it is shown indeed through my Instagram account and my Facebook fan page. linguisticstudent was a personal blog. Okay, maybe she wants to know why I bother myself with this online writing activity? Well, basically, the idea of creating a blog it's not always about money, and I'm one of that sort of fellow. Unless you really need that money or you're that money-oriented mind. To me, sharing free knowledge with my surroundings a.k.a society is bliss! I made this blog simply because I am fully fascinated with language learning and I want to share my happiness in learning with people around the world while hoping I could inspire them as well.

I find a lot of difficulties in learning so hopefully the experience I shared through this blog could be a legacy for the next generation and help them believe that every storm in life shall pass as long as they keep moving, and no one becomes poor by sharing, right?

Another thing is, instead of blaming other people for 'not being like this' and 'not being like that', now I currently try to stop blaming others and look at myself. "Who wasn't brave enough to leave people who are not looking at the same vision as you?" or "Who wasn't brave enough to leave things which against your value?" I asked myself once.  And surprisingly, the answer is "me, myself".

I realize that I'd better having zero expectation towards other people and it is only proper to look at myself because all the decision is genuinely on my hands. I can easily remove or add every single thing to my life and continue to live without feeling burdened by my own expectation and thoughts to stay or dealing with things I don't even like.  I just frequently overthinking, 'cause in fact, there's no one stating that you must like everyone or everything.

I learned to become flexible human with others because I knew we're not living at the same roof, we're not raised in the same family, we're not having the same teachers, we're having a different life value, so the way we look & justify over things will completely different. But being flexible doesn't mean I could walk the same path with them. I usually cherish their value but still, I didn't become a "yes-man" sort of fellow. As I grew up, I learned as well to say "no" to the things that against my value or the things I didn't want to do.

Now I remember something,  a best friend of mine sent me a video once, it's about a magician who takes a challenge to open the locked jail. The magician very confident at first, yet after he spent hours inside, he started to frantically try to open the lock until he thought that he failed. He fainted inside the jail and when he wakes up, he saw a warden smiling at him while open the jail without even touch the lock because, in fact, the jail isn't locked at all.

What's the moral lesson? Flexibility is good for you. Don't let overthinking kill you. Don't focus only on one matter,  always see things from many perspectives so you ain't go blindly and drown into depression. Yeah, I prove it along the way, I fall once,  at that time, I think I already lose everything, yet in fact, I still have a lot of good things and good people around me. I'm fully healthy and still have faith in my heart.

I thank Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala for surrounding me with many great-supportive friends, so I can ramp up my positivity-level every day of my life.

I highly appreciate your visit to the Linguistics Student Indonesia website. 
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