People's fates are simplified by their names.
I used to think
that my name means nothing important.
What's in a name?
(Shakespeare had answer for that)
what's in mine?
Ria means happy
Nirwana means heaven
So I suppose,
I should called myself
'happiness from heaven?'
But, wait. I am not talking about that.
I am talking about putting .com
behind your name
I am going to tell you about that story.
When I decided to make a website months ago,
my good friend of our family said,
"Ri, I already registered your domain here,
you can check it out whenever you're ready."
I hadn't even think of the name yet.
But that day, the day I heard it,
my name + dot com,
I got scared.
Who am I, anyway?
Oprah.com is sensational.
Aliedwardsdesign.com is inspiring.
I do put my dreams written in the stars,
it is scary.
as a gift - literally-
and a sign -from the universe-
I keep working on the inside of the web.
Many deadlines and events come and go,
even until I type this post,
the website haven't 100% working perfectly.
I can speak to myself, and to you,
my website is here to send love and happiness
to everyone who come.
I made my stuff that been sold there with
love and happiness,
I wrote blog posts always with the same spirit.
And of course, many classes and events next
will only bring happiness to those who attend.
My fate are simplified in my name.
To give you happiness,
through my website and all.
You cannot truly know what your worthiness,
until you see it through other people's eyes.
always from my heart.
To you dear reader who comment or email me
I'm not the kind of people who answer
your question below your comment here.
I believe it will be more appropriate
to send the answer or just to say thank you
for visiting my blog, directly to your email/blog.
Sadly, many of you didn't leave your email address
or your blog address, so I cannot contact you back.
Please do not wonder why I still haven't
contact you back,
it because I am not having your address,
Just send your questions again to
and make sure you write your email address there.
Thank you, dear.