28 Nov 2014 at 3:53 pm Leave a comment

By Syam

I want to tell you a strange story. It’s about the fact in big city like Jakarta. Everyday, many people leave their houses to make money. They wake up very early about 4.00 in the morning and prepare their up-coming day anxiously. They are too tired to wake up early but they have to do it otherwise they don’t make money at all. Before the sun rises those people already find their selves crowd in local train or city buses such as TransJakarta, Metromini, Mayasari, Kopaja, etc. If lucky u will get a seat so you can continue to sleep in there.

In one or two hours then they have to get up to do their routines in offices but mostly in hot factories. They expense their energy for little money. At 5 p.m. they finish the tiring jobs but it’s not over yet ! They have to do some other routines. Crowding again with many people in a tiny buses causes headache more over there must be traffic jams everywhere. For these reasons, some of them stay longer in coffee shops around them. Off course it costs them to many expenses (Don’t try at *bucks). When it is dark already, those people continue their journey home. Their houses are quiet when they arrive there, wives, and husbands, children sleep. What is next? Just go to sleep, forget socialization but always remember the problems and off course hope to sleep quickly so that tomorrow will come earlier to them, what a strange story?


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