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Betha SilmiaUndergraduate StudentFaculty of ForestryGadjah Mada UniversityIndonesiaTOPIC: Is it important to live in democracy?Have you ever thought about life without freedom?Sometimes, freedom makes our life aimless. Some people, possibly, have ever thought that freedom will make their goal seems unclear. We also, probably, have ever thought that living in all-have-been-determined-world is much better because we already have a clear goals and predictable outcome. However, living in such…See More
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Betha SilmiaUndergraduate StudentFaculty of ForestryGadjah Mada UniversityIndonesiaTOPIC: Is it important to live in democracy?Have you ever thought about life without freedom?Sometimes, freedom makes our life aimless. Some people, possibly, have ever thought that freedom will make their goal seems unclear. We also, probably, have ever thought that living in all-have-been-determined-world is much better because we already have a clear goals and predictable outcome. However, living in such…See More
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I am an undergraduate program student in Forestry science. I have recently graduated from this major and achieved my bachelor degree.

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If Only Earth Could Speak, We Would Hear Its Sobbing

Posted on September 24, 2018 at 2:00am 0 Comments

Betha Silmia

Undergraduate Student

Faculty of Forestry

Gadjah Mada University

Indonesia

TOPIC: Is it important to live in democracy?

Have you ever thought about life without freedom?

Sometimes, freedom makes our life aimless. Some people, possibly, have ever thought that freedom will make their goal seems unclear. We also, probably, have ever thought that living in all-have-been-determined-world is much better because we already have a clear…

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