HIDUP ITU PILIHAN!!! Krisdayanti Kasi tau ATTA AUREL – AH Podcast

HIDUP ITU PILIHAN!!! Krisdayanti Kasi tau ATTA AUREL – AH Podcast

– Mimi Krisdayanti! How are you, Mimi?n- Oh my goodness, my son-in-law. I thought the host is goingnto take off his bandana. My goodness! This is my trademark, Mimi.nAnd this is the key to prosperity. It turns out that I’m prosperous firstnthan my son-in-law. You know why? Have you seen it on TikTok?nWe were compared… – You used to wear a bandana, right?n- I did, but I didn’t wear it… Because the bandana isnalready fused to the wig. How can it be? So yes, my daughter laughed. “Hahaha,nit turns out we have the same taste.” – Who laughed?n- Aurel. – Babe, why are you up here?n- I’m curious. Oh, she’s curious. Hello! The ones watching this arenyoung people throughout Indonesia… – Plus neighboring countries.n- Plus moms. Moms… Oh, true! I was once sentnsomething from you and Aurel’s fans. – From… Yes, AHHA Emak!n- AHHA (Emak) Mothers? Food and all sorts. Masya Allah.nSo I’m very happy. – I have a son-in-law who is loved by many.n- Aamiin! You too, Mimi.nMany people love you. – Well, I can’t be loved by many.n- Oh, no? – That’s a different meaning.n- What about being a fan? Yes, well… – That’s possible.n- I’m loved by many mothers. – It’s okay, I guess. Yes.n- It’s okay, right? But the meaning of ‘love’nbecomes much more extensive. – It is more extensive.n- So it can be… The ‘love’ is not only to us,nbut to all of the family. Right? – So now… That’s right.n- It is much more protected. This place is nice. It’s been anlong time since I was invited like this. – Oh it’s been a while?n- Yes. Wait, I wasn’t invited. I was stopping bynto see my daughter and my son-in-law. I’ve been wanting toninvite you since a long time. You are one of the people Inmost want to invite here, Mimi. – It’s such an honor.n- No, it’s my honor. Told stories about his turtlesnand how expensive they are. What do you do for a living?nYou’re very wealthy. Masya Allah. I don’t know, but there’snonly one thing that I believe. If we make people smile, we will benmade happy by Allah. – Don’t you agree, Mimi.n- Yes. And I’m glad you saidnyou’re a “God Slave”… We are just slaves in the world. If we, Alhamdulillah, were entrustednby God and entrusted with wealth… God entrusts it to us becausenGod believes we can… – Yes, help many people.n- Help many people. So if we ask for prosperity, to make itngreater, we have to help a lot of people. – I’m happy.n- Looking at Mimi… Maybe people also see Mimi now.nWhat do you prefer to be called, Mimi? A housewife or… Mimi is now innthe DPR (parliament) as well. Or… – Still a diva? A singer.n- Oh my… You are very well knownnas the ‘Indonesian diva’. I’m happier with… – What is it?n- Well, if you say… A woman who can still providenbenefits to others. It’s much better. This means that I prefernto be called a housewife. Oh, you prefer to be called a housewife? Yes, because a housewifenworks for 24 hours. 24 hours…nOkay. So if we become people’s representatives,nhalf of our feet is for the country. But becoming a wife and a mother… It’s more total. Being well representativenis at home, because… It’s a noble job for 24 hours, especiallynnow that Om Raul is stuck in Timor Leste. – So women have more absolute power.n- Absolute power… So like if you’re at home,nit’s like you trust your wife to… How she manages things. If we are given absolute power by ournpartner, it is when we are trusted to… Handle all the tasks at home… Plus, for sure, the kids that… Has obstacles or difficultiesnin learning at home and others, all of which willnrequire more attention. Plus work and other things. But then again, I’m happier at home.nI’m a homebody. I prefer to be at home because maybe sincenI was 16, I’ve been singing in Singapore.. Then around Indonesia, everywhere,nso if I get asked “let’s go karaoke.” I’ve been singingnsince I was small. – Why sing again?n- Yes, why sing again? But you wantednto sing downstairs. I just wanted to keep Aurel company. – Oh, accompanying Aurel.n- So, it’s… I’m happy at home, like spending timennow… “How do you exercise every day?” Because a lot of the activitiesnare done at home and I’m… – I’m a 5 AM person. 5 AM club.n- A homebody? – Oh, so you always wake up in the morning?n- Yes. – At 5 AM?n- Yes. But before that… Praying and others… If we wake upnearly, it seems like we have more to do. It’s more refreshing, right? Maybe because it’s a lifestyle butnI think, maybe it will become one… – A lifestyle?n- Lifestyle and… Well manage fornourselves, the kids and all. It inspiring how you, at this agenstill has dedication in all your work. Even with your physique too. That’s awesome, Mimi. I see you everyday,n”Whoa, babe. Mimi exercises everyday?” She’s old, but shendoes it everyday. – So, from a young age, it’s a…n- It’s a hobby? It’s a hobby, I really likensports, and sports can… When we were young, maybe wenthought it was just for gesture or outlook. But when we get older… It turns out that the exercise we do morenregularly makes our immune system formed. Then we become muchnmore positive thinking and… Not too upset aboutneverything because… Exercising for good breathing, ournmindset will also become much calmer. So we’re fresher and live more calmly andncomfortably, and our bodies become better. I mean, who doesn’t get irritated? And for example, sorry,nthe method now is… We get bullied ornmaybe someone… – Doesn’t like us. Yes. But sometimes…n- Haters… If we could control our lifestylenand be more observant… By processing what people say… We observe, “Oh, it’s like this…”nSo sometimes we’re silent… To be able to breathe more relaxed,nto step back so we can see… The perspective of the problem. “Oh, it’snlike this from afar. People want this…” So, it’s well managed for us. If we want to exercise… How many times do younexercise in 1 week, Mimi? – Everyday. Especially because…n- Everyday? Since Uncle Raul is stuck innlockdown and it’s currently PPKM… So you only do one exercise? So when it comes to sports, Inalways look for female trainers… So, female trainers havena more difficult problem. Because there are some whonare already married, have children… And they must adjustnto our schedule as well. Well, when I go to the office, since Inbecame a representative of the people… It’s a bit difficult because… I’m a morning person. So I’m supposed to go to the officenat 10, but I push it back to 3, so that… – I can accompany my kids to study. Yes.n- So in the afternoon. So here’s a story… When I didn’t tend to Aurel andnAzriel, they were the same age… as Amora and Kellen right now. So it’s like I was given a chance ornanother opportunity that was lost before. This is the pattern, it usednto be like this and that… While being humble. I didn’t get this chance before.nSo, actually… There’s no reason not to be grateful,nso just enjoy being busy and so on. Aku tidak merasa tambah sibuk, biasa saja. Back to being thenhousewife you asked earlier. Being that housewifenwho makes… In fact, that’s what makesnyou passionate now, right? Being the housewifenI said earlier… We may have the opportunitynto participate in many fields… It turned out tonbe more enjoyable. For Mimi, people already know,nespecially the previous generation. Surely everyone alreadynknows Mimi Krisdayanti. Why do you want to get intonpolitics? What is your reason? The generation that… Maybe thencurrent generation can still sometimes… As you said earlier, thenthing about ‘love’ or ‘care’… It could be that younlove Amora and Aurel… And I’ll get carried awayntoo, so the love is global. So as I get older… Maybe I only have one prayer. “O Allah, give me anuseful remaining life and And keep me away fromnfeeling lazy in old age. – That’s your prayer?n- And God gave that all to me. Keeping you busy? Not a job, an opportunity to learn! BecausenI like to take notes since I was little. I like to write, sometimes I get laughednat by a commission member in the DPR. “You’re very diligentnin writing, Ms. KD.” Because maybenI’m not a fast learner. Because at that time I had toonmuch fun looking for money, so… I didn’t continue with school. – Oh, same like me. I love working.n- Yes. Too excited to find money. But it’s okay. Maybenwhat we’re doing here… It’s just the same as ournfriends who achieve academically – with Masters or Bachelors.n- Everyone has their own ways. So we aren’t discouraged.nMaybe… The achievements whennI’m being called a ‘diva’… It’s also a long school, Inwas on stage for 27 years! – It’s also like school. Working is school.n- It is like school. So… We can never… Maybe younand Aurel’s friends or fans… Never be discouraged by our efforts, Because what you’renfighting for is what you’ll get. So when I had to be directed, trustednto go into politics… Politics is… The way to live a betternand more decent life. 27 to almost 30 years of singing,nI had no chance of being able to… Help the communitynwhere I was born, to make… – Something, huh?n- Yes. So with you running as thenrepresentative of the people, – you want to help your birthplace.n- Yes, but… There are many political risks. – One of them being… Yes, definitely.n- Being talked about. – Someone wants to knock you down…n- That’s for sure, it’s a political risk. Only, when we are already innthe form of a dedication, so… Being a people’snrepresentative is an… actual representation of the peoplenwe represent, in the electoral district. Maybe the peoplenhere don’t like it… Maybe we represent the people we representnbut when we represent the people… It has to be global, wenare talking about Indonesia. There’s been a lot of newsnthat compliment you, you know. Oh, thank you! The one where you saidnabout the hospital for… About the executive hospital for the DPR,nwhich you said was “a waste of money!”. It was widely discussed andnit went viral on social media. Yes, Alhamdulillah.nThat means… That’s actually the representation of womennin the DPR, and it’s still very small… Now out of 570, there are alreadynaround 130 female members. But it turns out that thenquota that is filled is only 20%. So hopefully the youngnpeople who watch this… Will say “come on!”, we’ll open thenopportunity, maybe starting with me. – Later in 2024, more and more…n- Young people. Young people who wantnto join the legislature. Menjadi house of representatives itu… So we have morenopportunities to help. Helping more with, fornexample, producing… Legal protection for our society whosengender perspective is more towards women. So thank God, that’s why Inchose the commission that… All this time people say,n”Commission 10 huh?”. It’s just… Not to be articentric, becausenthere were a lot of culturalists there. Including Aurel’snfather, Mr. Anang. But I chose to be onncommission 9. Why 9? Because… So when I campaigned for 7 months in Batu,nMalang, there were 471 villages there. It was more touching aboutnwomen’s health, about stunting… How maternal and infantnmortality is still high… Well, such things werennot touched before. So if I’m not theirnrepresentative, maybe… – Conveying it is not as easy as now.n- Yes, that’s the opportunity. Then when we come down, bringingnreplacement food for breast milk… Supplementary food for mothersnand babies, 9 tons of food… Then making a jobntraining center for… For young people, the youngerngenerations in the constituencies in… Malang Raya is tonpractice their skills. So that the place can becomentheir laboratory so that they can have the enthusiasm andncompetitiveness to work… So it’s definitely… It’s a big influence and impact with menbeing their representative in Malang Raya. It would be great if we can globallynraise the issues you mentioned earlier. That it’s not necessary for the people’snrepresentatives to have exclusivity. So far, it’s the stigma of the membersnof the DPR that are being appointed… But this is actually a new viewnfor us generations to come… – Don’t be afraid to go into politics.n- True. Because it will be different. Your point of view and minenwill have a different perspective. – Am I suitable, Mimi? I am?n- You really are! Because we really neednyoung people who can speak up. Speak up in not onlynhis field, but what… Young people who are watching this don’tnwant to use the old-fashioned theories. – A ‘new mind’, not ‘old mind’, huh?n- Yes. They prefer to be told by experience.n”I made this and that… bam, bam, bam!” “This is applied tongovernment to help people…” That’s right, because all the legalnprotection that I mentioned earlier is a law that is morenpro to the people. That’s why you have to gonto the electoral district often to be able tonabsorb aspirations. What do young people think about this? Make laws, for example, so that… – Young people can be more… Creative!n- Creative. How will they… What is their legal protection forntheir creativity, so that the people… – Can be secured and appreciated.n- Secured… That’s it, it’s actuallynnot always bad. It’s just how the person is.nHow the person can… Explain to the communitynand set a good example. That’s why I said “alright then”, I’mnalso sorry sometimes on social media I have to present mynwork there so that… – When distributing groceries…n- That’s a small example. For example, from things like that, peoplenknow the activities of the parliament. – So it’s not just showing off, right?n- Yes. That’s a normal thing,nbecause it’s our duties other than… Making laws and alsonproviding oversight, providing… And also provide a good legalnprotection for them, we must… Go to the electoral district to be ablento absorb aspirations with our programs. Are you going toncontinue later in 2024? I’ll have to ask fornUncle Raul’s permission. Oh, so you’re not necessarilynallowed to continue? Because Om Raul hasna lot of work to do in Dili. – Oh, so you want to go there too?n- Yes, we have to share the work. So we don’t know if Miminis going to continue or not. For you, Mimi, who isnnow a member of the DPR… How do you see thencurrent pandemic? According to me…nWith… Government policies, whatever it is,nwe have to listen to and implement. But definitely with… Kindness to the community,ndon’t just be a kind of joke, like that. Such as, eating at anfood stall for 20 minutes, and then turningnthat into a meme. That is, eating in anhurry or something. That is, if you eat 20 minutes, can itnreally reduce the rate of transmission? So the tracing and tracking mustnbe carried out as well as possible. When it comes to the pandemic,neverything is very sensitive. Yes, but there is onlynone key, get vaccinated. We pray that in 2021… The production of ‘Red and White’ vaccinesnin the country can be realized soon. – Oh, it’s in production?n- Yes it is. If it’s done, it means, God willing,neveryone can get the vaccine. Yes, because we still need to think aboutnthe ones who got the Sinovac vaccine first. Within 6 months of effectiveness,nit will lower our antibodies. So we might get a third booster. But we don’t know thentime we’re getting it yet. Hopefully the herd immunity can be reachednat 70% soon, so we must keep it up… To see how this pandemicncan be over quickly. Mimi, so I had annidea the other day. So the name of thencampaign is ‘1 For 10’. – Uh huh, how is it?n- So… The idea is like this, ifnfor example we just… Blaming the government, askingnfrom the government and all sorts… It’s not over until now. Because most of those who donnot agree with PPKM to continue, are the people whoseneconomy is below. Because they, we can say,nhave no daily savings. They have no savings like us. Sonif they work today, they eat that day. So I had a campaign… How’s this… Every single person whonfeels capable… Okay? But first I want to ask Mimi. Mimi, do you have a list in the DPR of hownmany rich people there are in Indonesia? Yes, so what you meannis to cross-subsidy, right? Yes, so 1 personnhelps 10 people. So suppose in Indonesia… There are around 30 millionnIndonesians living under poverty. Suppose, for example, that out ofn260 million people, 50 million are rich… If each of these rich people, onenperson, helps 10 people, means… These 50 million people multipliednby 10, so there’s 500 million help. – That’s right.n- Just for PPKM. We’re not trying to… Some people said, “The people in Indonesianwill get spoiled. They won’t want to work.” It’s not that! PPKM is for 3 weeks.nSo for the safety of everyone… So 1 person supportsn10 people for 1 month. That’s what needs to bensorted again, updating the data. Because sometimes the people who arenrecorded as ‘not capable’, are still in… Maybe now it’s sorted or… Updating data is importantnin the ministry of home affairs, social affairs, theynmust work together to… It’s called ‘data updates’ so thatnthe help is really right on target. We” never think that there arenpeople who had died and turns out… Donated 2 trillion in money to the peoplenin South Sulawesi like the other day. This means that there are indeedna lot of rich people in Indonesia. That’s why. I hope,nlike I said earlier, that… Our social capital, namelynmutual cooperation, will continue to exist in the youngerngeneration and others. That is what must bendeveloped and influenced. And young peoplenlike you, Atta, and… Those under the age of 25 make upnabout 45% of half of our population. So we have to give them a good roadnmap about Indonesia’s future and others. That’s important. – But I do agree with you.n- You agree? I do. But it’s justnwhat I said earlier… – About the data, right?n- Yes, data updates. Or maybe pay attention to… For example, we’re in a complex, notneveryone in the complex are as lucky as us. Look for complexes nearby,nif you can help 10 people then great… If you want to help more people,n20, 50, 100, 1000, that’s even better. So yes, making the slightestnmovement will definitely have an effect. Hopefully, if younwatch this podcast… There will be new movementsnand a lot of people don’t go hungry. And so they don’t gonanywhere out of the house. True.nGod willing, hopefully… Whoa, guys, it’s really fun to talknabout politics and government like this. Let’s try and go backnto talking about family. This is really fun. Turns outnthat Mimi is… From what I see… People who succeednhave a reason behind it. Why do we see Mimi as a diva. Shenexercises diligently, it shows discipline. Always taking care of hernbody, that’s also a discipline. Loves herself. Keep working hard, get up earlynand does not sleep for too long. Wants to do any work,nthat’s the key to success. So maybe if you ask… What Mimi’s key to success is,nfrom what I see, before Mimi tells us… Mimi’s discipline is tremendous. Mimi’s dedication in life andnin career is also tremendous. Yes, yes, that’s onenof them, nothing more. Nothing else, right?nI can read people’s minds. – Yes.n- You’re not even wearing sunglasses. Mimi, how do you see Aurel?nWe’re back with family again. Because an ending isngood if it’s a matter of family. Loly is a sweet girl, very kind…nSometimes she is… So once, her aunt was partnof the treasurer in high school. – Oh, this is an old story?n- There was a graduation ceremony. There were nondonors up to that day. So from school, from SMA 6,nher aunt came home crying. Then Aurel came, still aged 8,nrubbed her aunt’s shoulder and said, “Aunt Ai, calm down.nMimi will pay later.” Oh! She said that? “Why are you sure thatnI want to be a donator?” – She has a high social spirit. Yes.n- Very generous. Until now, even though I know shenhas a lot of money, I always remind her… “If you sing anywhere, if there’s a drivernwho takes you, give them a little money.” Because that will help them. Bunda Yuni and I, my ournmother worked in a salon… We can survive with tips. That’s a small example.nIt means… Maybe the 10 or 100 thousand we give,ncan mean a lot for them, that we can’t… So that was your teachingnto be generous, huh? – Insya Allah…n- Aamiin. But after seeing Loly get married,nwhat do you think now, Mimi? Is her aura better, or? Or does she seem more annoyednto see her husband every day? She’s becoming more of herself,nthe one I used to know. She changed? No, I mean… Her transition from a teenager to annadult and hopefully soon a mother-to-be… – That transition isn’t…n- It isn’t a short transition. Yes, it’s not a short transitionnand I lost that moment, so… What I sees is notnthe lost moment… Now she’s back to the girlnI used to know as a child. She’s very me, that wantsneverything, “Mimi, Mimi, Mimi…! – That’s the real her. Yes, so be prepared.n- She’s like that now? So you like being hasslednby your own children? They’re my children. – So you’re happy?n- Of course. I am happy as a parent. Justnimagine, I’m in the middle of a meeting… Amora is the same like Aurel. Ifnthey want something, they must have it. “Mommy, please help! Help! Help!”nI have to help with her homework. – My goodness. You’re in a meeting?n- Aurel is also the same like Amora. “Mimi, Mimi, Mimi…!”nShe won’t stop until I reply. Is there a childhood memory thatnused to make you very upset with Loly? I never knew whatnher childhood was like. She doesn’t wantnto tell me to this day. – Aurel as a child, she was…n- What’s the most stubborn thing she did? Something that makes you thenmost upset to the point of crying. At the very least, whatevernI do, she also wants to do. – Like when I get my nails done.n- Oh, she liked that ever since? Getting my nails done, being flirty.. There was a time… The shop owner’sncar keys were put in… The nail beauty case. – Huh? A car key?n- Yes, a car key, and then… It’s alreadynstarting to be weird. Then car key wasnwith her employee, so the nail shop owner couldn’t gonhome until her employee came back to… Return the car keys thatnwas left in the beauty case. So the employeenalready went too far? That was when she was small. You were so naughtynwhen you were little! But she really is… What were the things thatncan make you laugh from Loly? Just the same. She is… She likes to dress up and do make up.nAnd then… Babe, Mimi is not toonopen because you’re here! (Aurel/Loly) :nMimi, it’s okay! But that’s it! Like seeingnme do makeup, what else? It’s like I got a younger version of Mimi.nAurel is the junior version of Mimi. But really, yeah… Aurel should have practiced more when shenwas little, but I didn’t manage to do that. – Oh, singing practice?n- Yes. Maybe if I managed to take holdnof her from a young age, maybe… Maybe her vocal timbrencould be more mature. – Is that regret for you, Mimi?n- Regret, yes. There will alwaysnbe regrets because… I always tell Aurel and Azriel that,nwhatever Mimi and Pipi’s chose… That’s our business, asnparents, so it shouldn’t be… Something that keeps younboth mourning for too long. Don’t be too sad.nWe need a lot of introspection. Get closer to God. Apologize a lot,ngive a lot of charity. God willing, all my children’snlove becomes sincere. Gradually, everything willnbe beautiful again in time. What’s the most…?nIf you were asked. – What is the most…? What?n- Aurel hates those words. Beautiful in time. Because she knowsnthat everything is beautiful. Right? Everything is beautiful for her. She’snvery happy now, isn’t that right, babe? Since you were with me, right? – Of course, she is.n- Don’t mock me. – Say, “yes!”, like that!n- (Aurel) : Yes! If in front of younis Aurel, Azriel… Kellen… No, Amora first.nAmora and Kellen… Mimi, you must speak heartnto heart to your four children. What would you say? Aurel, Azriel, Amora and Kellen mustnknow that I love them unconditionally. So… Whatever you have then… Whatever you are trying to achieve… Whatever you’re workingnon, that’s what I’ll accept. So… I was still selfish at that time,nfor example when… Aurel wanted mynpermission to marry. I selfishly, wanted Aurelnto come to me and ask. But when Aurelncalled and had asked… Well, that’s thenbest thing I got. And I really want to love my kids morenwithout any conditions until whenever. So whatever I’vendone in the past… Then the choice of mynlife now, with whoever… And whatever I have now, is a form ofnaccomplishment that my kids all have to… Appreciate and respect. – That’s a message from Mimi.n- Yes. Anyway I love them unconditionally. So, a mother’s love is forever, right? – Yes. There really isn’t…n- Right, Mimi? Nothing can beat that.nBecause… Be grateful we still have anmother because a mother’s prayer… A mother’s prayernthat can lead her kids to be able to go beyond life andnbe successful. Just like that! Thank you so much for coming Mimi!nWe wish Mimi all the best. – I wish the best so that Mimi is healthy.n- Thank you, pray for Uncle Raul too. Success always for Uncle Raulntoo, greetings! I’ve never met him yet. I hope someday I can meet Uncle Raul too. – And invite him here too.n- Yes! – Or I’ll come over to your house.n- Come over! All the best!nSay hello to Amora, Kellen…!
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