YOU BECOME A SOURCE OF PROBLEM OR A SOLUTION PROVIDER?
When I walked, met Haryono. He has a shop full of broken television. This man has the skills to fix a damaged television. The stalls are full of carcasses of television making him have to work on the roadside. When I talked to him, Haryono always smiled and had a good sense of humor. I am happy to get to know Haryono. From him I learned about diligence, patience, observation and thoroughness in finding the source of the problem and finding the right solution. The person who comes to deliver the television is broken, will come back to take the TV with happiness, because the television is in normal condition and can function. What conditions do you often see today? Is it a collection of people who create problems or groups of people who create solutions to a problem? Moment of my meeting with Haryono, emphasizing to all of us, we should not be a source of problems, but be a solution provider. Because God poured His love into our hearts so that love flowed into the lives of others.