Voluntary work, do not have things to do?


Starting on February 15, 2012, residents of Kelor conduct a voluntary work every Wednesday and Thursday. That voluntary work is done to repair the road to go to the tomb.

Besides be a pathway to the tomb, that road leads to some garden owned by residents. It can be said that cars never gone through this path because the soil a bit crumbly (this can be difficult for vehicles to pass).

The road is often used by people to get to the Salak garden. The road is also used by people to get to the tomb, both to do voluntary work for cleaning the cemetery as well as funeral of deceased.

People from the city might wonder whether that road repair costs balanced with the benefits that can be gained or not. But the villagers have a different way of thinking. They always have a reason to socialize with other residents. One of the ways is voluntary work..

====================Gotong Royong, Kurang Kerjaan?==========================

Mulai tanggal 15 Februari 2012 kemarin, warga Kelor melaksanakan gotong royong setiap hari Rabu dan Kamis. Adapun gotong royong yang dilaksanakan kali ini adalah pengerasan jalan menuju makam.

Selain menuju makam, jalan tersebut mengarah ke beberapa kebun milik warga. Dapat dikatakan, mobil tidak pernah melalui jalan ini, karena tanahnya agak gembur (menyulitkan kendaraan yang lewat).

Frekuensi yang paling sering, digunakan warga menuju kebun salak. Yang berikutnya digunakan warga untuk menuju makam, baik gotong royong membersihkan makam maupun pemakaman orang meninggal.

Orang kota mungkin bertanya-tanya, apakah biaya pengerasan jalan tersebut seimbang dengan manfaat yang diperoleh? Tapi warga desa punya jalan pikiran berbeda. Mereka selalu punya alasan untuk bersosialisasi dengan warga lainnya. Salah satunya adalah kerja bakti…

~!@#$%^&*()_+

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