DEMOCRACY PANCASILA: Framing the Wisdom of Religion in Cultural Appeal

The foundation of all human relations is hope. But hope is destined to be broken, because hope usually comes from a finite human mind. Few are willing and able to understand. Not one person meets the expectations of others perfectly and that is the root of a conflict. Feelings in the arms of the arms of being the only reason as well as the background of the emergence of a hope. The hope is Indonesia. An archipelagic nation composed of a wide variety of tribes, cultures, religions and customs. Amazed to see the reality that happened. The difference that is generally the root of a problem becomes a very beautiful unity with the difference itself. The beauty is engraved in terms Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, different but still one. But that distinction will forever be a latent danger, a danger that will explode at any moment and destroy expectations.

Indonesia as a miniature of the world. Country with thousands of islands. Its natural beauty and richness collaborate with the lofty social order of society, mutual respect and respect. From mountain to sea, smiling face anywhere as identity. Local politeness and wisdom should be respected and upheld, not only for the local people but also for anyone visiting Indonesia, interested in the beauty of Indonesia and loving Indonesia.

All people born in Indonesia are destined to be different and have instincts that difference is a necessity. Not to be debated, but to be respected. Differences are not to be questioned, but a means of getting to know each other. Differences are not for uniformity, but they need to be put together in order to be rhythmic. Bhinneka not to be divided, because united is much stronger and beautiful. Smiling face in Bhinneka, because Indonesia is not only Tunggal Ika.

Every event in life is a decision. When making decisions you always expect advice, advice, help and consultation from others as the foundation. The foundation for the future depends on the decisions made today. So whether the future is the result of advice or advice of others? Is our whole life the result of the intelligence of others? Experience has taught that different people will give different advice. A devout heart will absorb the right advice and a broken heart will absorb false advice. Accepting the right advice will increase happiness, but to receive such advice may only be done by a devout person. In other words, whoever the person is and whatever the position of either the farmer or the president though, should before receiving advice or advice from others is very important to prepare the heart with the truth for the welfare of the people.

Any decisions taken will have good and bad impact. The impact will be felt forever. The current decision can bring happiness or sadness in the future. Not just for one person, but for a country and future generation after that. When a person is faced with a dilemma, the heart becomes annoyed and filled with indecision. When making a decision becomes a battle and the heart becomes a battleground. When all that happens, decision-making is not just to find a solution, but also to calm someone's heart. Can a heart in a state of chaos make the right decision? In fact, when someone makes a decision with a calm mind, he will surely have a happy future. But when a person makes a decision to calm his or her own heart or the heart of the one who has contributed to him, it will give him a variety of suffering and sadness in the future.

Everyone is always trying to get a position in government. But what exactly is the government? The true form of government is when a person can influence his / her life. Someone who affects many lives of others and is able to give freedom to many people will feel it. But is not that influence created from love, kindness, caring and truth? When a person uses cruelty and mistake to gain government, it will give rise to protests and resistance in the hearts of others. And the result is destruction. He may find himself influential and resilient for some time, but that is not an actual government.

Therefore, the concept of Javanese cultural power interpreted by Benedict Anderson, "The Idea of ​​Power in Javanese Culture", in Claire Holt (ed), Culture and Politics in Indonesia (1972). He made a dichotomic distinction between the concept of Western and Javanese power. According to him, the concept of Western power is an abstraction that is deduced from social relations that have diverse sources, such as technology, economic capacity, welfare, so that the accumulation of power can be unlimited. The concept of Java power is concrete, homogeneous, and fixed. Power comes from the same source and can not be divided, can only move from one person to another through the ritual of revelation.

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