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Old or young is a figure of speech. You behave like an oldster, you become old. If your attitude is like when you were younger, you will stay young. This is the story of our lives when as youngsters aged 22 and 23, 38 years ago we started our family; gone through happy and sad times, including the birth and expectations of our youngest, Cyrus, when I saw and helped him being born from his Mother's womb.. and then in front of us the devastation of losing him, no longer a child but a buddy and friend, 25 years later on January 28th., 1999. What is the point–what is all this for? The realization we will lose our loved ones sooner or later? There must be reasons? This is what we are searching for.
What did we learn? After 3 years life goes on. But it's not the same. Become a parent, a Mom (or a Dad) first, and then one will understand... "How-to-Understand Mom" contributed by a website visitor. Please click here. • No parent will ever know what bereaved parents are talking about, unless they go through the experience.. although our Son, Cyrus, smiled his 'Mona Lisa smile' 18 hours after passing away.. and even though he indicated over several physical events he is still very much "alive"..
The Life-Connection Website offers its condolences to the Families whose loved ones have passed away during the tragic events that took place in the U.S.A. 40 different nationalities died in New York alone. While we may speak different languages and accustomed to do things in different ways, basically we are ALL the same because we need love, we are happy, and cry when we lose someone we care about. May some of these pages provide some comfort and the knowledge that their loved ones are allright. For some guideliness from the bereaved's perspectives, see A Road Map for the Bereaved and How to Handle Bereaved Parents|| A Poem: "God said: 'I'll Lend You My Child'" | The 1st. Anniversary of our Cyrus' departure with music ... Why with music? | See the Site Map Menu Below.
Jakarta, Tuesday, 11th. September, 2001
Click the 7 images, read some of the 30 stories ...
Laila, the smart Woman Environment and City Planning Engineer
Daughter Laila-36 years – the smart woman environment & city planning engineer
Indonesian & U.S. graduate, experiences in Indonesia, Canada, Hawaii, Holland, Japan, USA whom a suitor from West Papua (Irian Jaya) wanted to buy with 20 pigs.
Arto, the Diplomat and his family, takes after Grand Dad
Son Arto-35, the Diplomat, his wife Dewi & 2 Sons
Indonesian & U.S. graduate, experiences in S. America, Non-Aligned Movement countries & Diplomat at the U.N., New York & author of various UN papers and English & Indonesian news articles in Indonesia.
Indonesia's "hidden" financial & political roles in the world arena by Lena Soares**I Indonesia Baru [The ideal New Indonesia]• Monopolies [Telcoms] Must Be Dismantled
... each one unique and different–some funny,
The legend & story of Java King Mangku Negoro I, forefather of the Suryo-di-Puro family
Java King Mangku Negoro I –  Raden Mas Said
the "Life-Taker" King immune from bullets & cannons
GrandDad RM Suryo-di-Puro, Foreign Office co-founder and senior diplomat
Grand Dad • Foreign Office Co-Founder
Raden Mas Suyoto Suryo-di-Puro 
Descendant of King Mangku Negoro 1
Parents animation 1964-2000
The Iranian & Javanese Parents 1964-2000
former Journalist & Field Operative (real live James Bond)  who married his girl
 ... some sad & heartbreaking, some adventurous and strange ...
The Iranian Family Connection, descendants of the Khajar Dynasty
The Iranian Family
Cyrus, the businessman
Son Cyrus-28
The Businessman, Musician & the music tracks
he played along with ... the youngest of the family.
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Commemorating Cyrus' 1st. Anniversary with music, the Voice of Heaven | God said: "I'll lend you my Child"
Did You Know That ...
10 continuous hours by Boeing 747 to cross its vast territoriesINDONESIA IS a HUGE, vast sprawling country and it takes more than 10 hours on a Boeing 747 jet flight (Jakarta-Sorong, Papua 7 hours to the east, and JKT-Sabang, Sumatra 4 hours to the west - as hundreds of thousands of international & domestic travellers will vouch) 1 more hour than mainland China 9 hours, to cross Indonesia's 3 time zones, DOUBLE the 5.5 hours flight time to cross the continental US territory; that NATIONWIDE is the same distance from London, across west and east Europe, to the Middle East past Iran. That its London-to-Tehran area is covered by 11 mobile system operators, 4 GSM, 2 CDMA, 1 NMT, 3 AMPS & GSM+Satellite mobile systems, some of which provide free nationwide roaming, that handphone buyers come all the way as far as the Middle East and Africa to buy handphones because secondhand ones are sold for as low as US$15, and that thousands of roadside stalls in large cities and villages, and 1-, 2-storey & 5-storey malls that take up to 3 days to cover all the shops, only sell handphones and US$10-$13 prepaid or $ 2.50 monthly subscription SIM cards; and in addition to those systems, Indonesia's GSM + satellite mobile, world's smallest satellite phone the size of a 1.5 pack of cigarettes weighing 200 gms / 7 ozs. and fixed system, covers parts of the Middle East, Pakistan, all of China & Japan, all Asian countries & beyond the Pacific rim, and all the way south to the northern parts of Australia... at 0.20-0.35 US$ cents a minute.. and seamlessly reverts to GSM mode whenever the user enters a GSM-serviced area and back to satellite mode whenever it leaves a GSM area in 78 countries which have reciprocal agreements; that 32 years ago in 1971, Indonesia (the Government under newly elected 4-star Army General, Soeharto who forced out Soekarno), couldn't pay an international loan of US$ 50 million at the time, was the world's 3rd owner of its own several hundred million dollar Domestic Satellite System after the U.S. and Canada – provided by the United States, (Hughes Corp. & U.S. Government records) akin to the U.S. today giving to Indonesia the latest U.S. "stealth" fighter technology because Indonesia's 1st president, Soekarno, gave assistance to Kennedy's Administration in the form of large amounts of gold & platinum bullion in the early '60s (which Soekarno got from the Javanese Kings who in turn got them from over 2,000 years of spice trading.See below) that enabled the U.S. to fund NASA  to catch up with the Soviet Union and then become the world's space leader (and fight a war against Castro's Cuba) because at that time the Soviets did not even have their own satellite communications technology even though they launched their "Sputnik" Satellite during U.S. President Kennedy's time. Documentaion and other data are available in books around the world (e.g. London, Australia, Singapore) based on U.S. Government, C.I.A. and other official former highly secret U.S. sources now open to the public under the Public Domain category as the 30-year time limit is now over.165 million are under the age of 30 years... 60% of 220 million are women
  That its 220 MILLION+ population is the world's youngest, 75% are under the age of 30 or 165 million youngsters, that over 60% of the total population are women and that its 9 nationwide TV stations reflect its youthful culture and language (besides the local & international 55-channel cable and satellite channels), and that only 8% are above the age of 60 (National Statistics Board Aug. 2001), and are made up of 582 ethnic, culture & language groups as different as French and Arabs; that "Indonesia" (a word made up in 1945 by its founding fathers) are Chinese, Javanese/ Malays, Arabs, Indians and are made up of browns, yellows, blacks and whites and every color in between; where there are Protestants, Catholics, Buddhists, Hindus, Zoroasterians, other religions most never heard of, and that Moslems make up 85% of the people where Mosques and Churches stand side by side making it the world largest Islamic nation, but is a secular (unspecified religious or political) state with rights to worship any religion, and it's as diverse as the U.S.A;
    That its 220 million-plus population is the world's 4th. largest populated out of 235 countries after China, India and the U.S., and 3rd. largest democracy after India & the U.S.; that 85% of commercial shipping and the world's navies use its waters (US President Bill Clinton) passing through its 17,508 islands, one of them being the world- renowned island-of-the gods Bali with its own lifestyle, with 85,000 kilometer (52,800 miles) of Hawaiian-like tropical coastline, (Marine & Fishery Dept. & Mapping Agency satellite photos) making it the world's largest tropical paradise with an average temperature of 21 to 32 Celcius (70-90 Fahrenheit); that its capital city's 12 million night time population increases during the day (published 1997 & 98 Jakarta Govt. statistics) making JAKARTA  the same size as the whole Australian nation of 20 million, and is one of the world's 5 largest cities (United Nations population statistics)  with "intelligent" skyscrapers & that it needs 1 hour at a constant speed of 55 mph/85 kph to travel its internal circular city toll road on concrete stilts to reach the same point of departure - and that it's as modern as New York, Paris & London with as many as, and larger shopping malls; and that it is cheaper to live and shop for the same things than in Hong Kong, Singapore and other world-known shopping centers because many of their citizens come to shop here (part of nighttime Jakarta, below right photo); That the world's leaders in fashion, computer & auto magazines have their Bahasa Indonesia- (Indonesian) language versions (Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Cosmo Boy, Cosmo Girl, Seventeen, Her, Men's Health, Auto, Autocar, Computer World, etc.) and 95% of all trucks, cars, small & large motor bikes including the Harley Davidsons & big 1,100cc BMWs one sees on the roads are locally assembled by their various manufacturers, and that it makes its own weapons, airplanes, 2-man attack helicopter gunships that can loop (fly a complete circle, close to impossible for a helicopter); that the "Flight-By-Wire" technology (moving an object by remote control) available in the European airbus and now copied all over the world for other forms of moveable objects including missiles was invented over 25 years ago by B.J. Habibie, a former senior vice-president at a German aircraft company which co-manufacturers the Airbus, and former vice-president and then president of Indonesia; and that original $5 Macdonalds cost .70cents Pizza Huts, Wendys, Kentucky Frieds, Cokes, Pepsi, licensed CDs, VCDs and DVDs cost a fraction (15-35%) of their country of origin? Spices originally came from this S.E. Asian area over 2000 years go
    That in spite of some negative international economic & political press publicity, the nation is NOT bankrupt (the Government is because past governments ran up debts of US$ 120 billion to international institutions, 70% of it lost through corruption), because 85% of middle and low level, or some 35 million businesses owned directly by the people NOT associated with the government, including publicly-owned companies, are in fact growing during the country's 4 year economic crises because new real estate housing projects & malls in cities and their satellite towns throughout the country are sprouting all over; that new US$500,000 Bentleys, Rolls Royces and Ferraris and $250,000 Porsches, double their prices in their home countries, as well as the modestly-priced US$6,200 Ceria & $9,200 mini 5-passenger vehicles made by KIA, Daewoo & Daihatsu are still being sold (Recession? ..Never heard of it?... Chicago Tribune); and that its people are NOT against foreigners because foreigners have NEVER done anything wrong to Indonesians. Some foreign government official announcements that advise "Indonesia harbors terrorists" and  "don't go to Indonesia because you are a foreigner.."  is like saying because an American was caught red-handed & arrested as a member of the Osama bin Laden organization in Afghanistan (and not counting those who are undiscovered), it does not mean that the U.S. is a nest of terrorists; or that a miniscule number of people in the U.S. are against blacks, it does not mean that 99.9% of the whole American nation is against blacks, just like 99.9% of Indonesians are not against foreigners and is certainly not a nest of terrorists. Yet, no foreigners were ever harmed, nor kidnapped or attacked in Indonesia. To be balanced, these foreign announcements should also announce: "Don't go to the U.S. because you are may be attacked". That is how ridiculous this analogy sounds to the typical Indonesian (and exptariates who know and lived in Indonesia). The country is TOO BIG, and its people and hundreds of its numerous cultures are TOO LARGE  to be stereotyped... just as Western AND Eastern Europe AND  parts of the Middle East - the area that is Indonesiais too large and its people and languages are TOO diverse to be stereotyped.
    That rubber, chocolate, tobacco, rice, pepper and other spices which the whole world has come to regard as its own, came from this area of 121 former royal kingdoms over 2000 years ago which included the Sriwidjaya & Majapahit Empires (700-1300 & 1100 AD), and were traded all over the world in Europe, Asia, and the South Americas, and that these traders seeded areas in South Africa, Madagascar, Hawaii, New Zealand, Suriname in central America among many other areas, because the Javanese cultural imprint still make up their present indigenous culture. | The Makings of a world Superpower, by L. Soares.. Please click here ||How? Click here | Living in Indonesia (by expatriates)  & in Jakarta where there is no serious rush to meet deadlines because if the weather or something else doesn't get you and messes up your plans, the traffic jams will...
The Countryside (below)
A terraced rice-field, typical scenery of the countryside.
Sunset in one of the 17,508 islands
A red sunset typical of one of the 17,508 islands, this one in Menado some 5 hours jet flight from Jakarta

Some of The Life-Connection Website Stories based on actual real-life experiences...
Some Great Things About Becoming Old | Why People Have Different Beliefs? | Traveling to Bali by land? | That Crazy Old Man On His 300 kmh/191 mph Kawasaki Ninja ZZR 1100cc MotorBike|| ADCs Are Real|| The Miracle of the fan | The Amazing Grasshopper Event |.Handling the bereaved – The Do's & Don'ts

Riwayat Kerja R. Adji Suryo-di-Puro selama 37 tahun

By website visitors based on their real-life experiences... 01 Aug, 21 Apr, 27th Nov. '01
Be a Mom (or Dad) - For all Moms - past, present and future ... | A Man's Visit to Heaven and Back | NDEs, A Brush with the Hereafter 23/Sep/01-JKT Post | If you love something... | Trying to understand the pain when someone we love leaves us

A part of the City - Our Jakarta Home
Jakarta, one of the world's 5 largest city, a skyline of part of this vast city of 12 million at night to 18 to 20 million during the day from commuters who clog up the internal and external toll roads sometimes until 10 pm.
The Beach not far from home–or in one of the 17,508 islands
A typical beach scenery, this one in the Island of the gods, Bali

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“ ..I hope you continue your road map.. ”  –  the web's largest site on grandparenting: “I looked at your site (it was excellent) ... I hope you continue to design your great site and continue your road map!* Have a good day.”  ... Bryan Butakis• *Road map is a reference on real-life experience, the "how-to" of handling the devastation and bereavement of losing one's child, and the psychic and physical “After Death Communications” found in several webpages at the site map.
“ ..success stories!”  Living in Indonesia - A site for expats  –  one of the largest web sites for Expats living in the vast and sprawling Indonesian nation,  the world's 4th. largest populated nation.. click here for more infoIt's great to have real life examples of all the things we're talking about ... Especially the ‘success stories’ of the kids** of these (mixed) marriages ...Your sites are very interesting and offer valuable insight to many ... good luck with them all!! ... All the best”  ... Danielle Sukarty, Organizing Committee, Living in Indonesia - A site for expats  •  **Laila 36 years the smart Environment & City Planning Engineer  & **Arto 35 years, the Diplomat
What other Moms had to say ...
“ ..Everything I wish I could articulate  myself.. ”  I visited (this) webpage and found it to be everything I wish I could articulate myself ... although I know what a heart wrenching task it must have been to put it in words, I am grateful to you for what you have done ... ” Teresa, Arkansas, U.S.A. (a bereaved parent who commemorates her daughter's passing away by inviting other bereaved parents to commemorate their loved one on her website)
“I've found a shelter in a storm.. ” How amazingly wonderful your site is! My son Karl died on 2/21/01. He was 18. I miss him IMMENSELY! Hugs to you and your beautiful wife. Thank you so much for sharing your hearts. I especially Love seeing photo's of your beautiful son Cyrus. I'm saving your web pages and plan to read EVERY word... It's so wonderful you have such an important and extensive site for human beings in such pain and need. Know that today, thank's be to God and You, I've found a shelter in a storm. GOD BLESS YOU & YOUR WIFE AND DEAR CYRUS!!!”  Colleen McCurdy, 25 Mar. ’01 |
What other folks had to say... | The Do's and Don'ts in facing bereaved parents–from the bereaved's perspectives|| After-Death Communications is Real – The Miracle of the Fan | “Our Son in the other dimension”
What a Dad had to say ...
“ brought tears in my eyes.. ” I am so sorry about the loss of your son Cyrus. I have read the story that you wrote in the page. I cannot imagine the trauma that you and your wife had to go thru, it brought tears in my eyes at the middle of the story what you must have gone thru. How sad it must had been. We too had our sorrows and had to go thru the valley of the unknown hurts of life... Gustaaf Vogelsang 8 August, 2001
What a bereaved Mom & Dad have to say ...
“ ..losing a child is far more devastating.. ” Losing an offspring like our 25 year old, Cyrus, is a devastation NO parent will ever know, unless ONE EXPERIENCES it. It is far more devastating than losing one's own parents and brothers and sisters – which we had experienced and had gone through several times. More so when this child was a living doll, then no longer a child, became an adult and then a friend, a trusted buddy who can instead give advice, and whom we can share experiences with . On Jan. 28, 1999 when he passed away, and 2½ years later on Aug. 7th. 2001, our voices still break up and tears welled up in his mother's eyes , when a friend who did not know Cyrus was no longer with us, asked “...and how is Cyrus..?” || The Do's and Don'ts in facing bereaved parents – from the bereaved's perspectives
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• A Javanese Prince who married an Iranian Princess - A James Bond True-Life Story
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•Raden Cyrus Agung ... 9 Nov. 1973–28 Jan. 1999* & remembering his favorite kind of music
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– After-Death Communications is Real - The Miracle of the Fan 26 Aug., 1999
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    MIDI, or musical instrument digital interface, is a standard used by sound-card makers and musical instrument manufacturers to let various electronic instruments and sound processors talk to each other. Because MIDI sound samples and synthesis algorithms are stored on the local system (either in your sound card, the PC's processor, or in an external MIDI module), all that needs to be sent over the wire is a series of signals that say what note to play when. For that reason, extremely small MIDI files (less than 5K) can still deliver several minutes of music. A 3 minute MP3sound carries a size of some 2.7 MB, while the equivalent 3 minute MIDI file is about 1/100 its size (27K). MIDI notes and sound effects are usually limited to the sounds in the standard General MIDI set. General MIDI is a fairly extensive set, including drums, woodwinds, strings, and some sound effects, but it's not the same as recording your own sounds or your voice which you can with MP3. Also, MIDI quality depends almost exclusively on the sound system used for playback. A PC with an el cheapo sound card using weak FM synthesis technology could make even a brilliant MIDI arrangement sound like a $15 electronic keyboard, whereas an expensive wavetable synthesis sound system could produce awe-inspiring MIDItones. For quicker down loading, MIDI files are used here.
    ¹MIDI music from Bourbon Street & ²From MidiWorld • ³Sequenced (played & arranged) by Devian, a 30-year Indonesian graduate from the Berkely School of Music & used with permission • º Sequenced by Jan Halsema & used with permission • *Wherever possible and available permission was requested from their composers • **Used with permission • All music tracks are available for non-commercial use