The most common answer is, “I want a house to be a home, to be my home.”
It’s a big part of our identity, it’s part of the American dream.
It’s part to being a parent, it was part of my childhood.
But the answer is not all of us want to have that, or we think it’s not worth it.
You have to have a lot of choices, you have to work with the market, you do have to look at all these different things.
And sometimes, I think it comes down to the cost of living, especially in a city like Jakarta where, you know, people don’t have any real choices.
So it comes back to, what are the benefits of being in Jakarta?
I think the most important thing to have in Jakarta is that people can be themselves.
When I moved here from Los Angeles, it just made me feel like I was living in Los Angeles and that I was really, really connected to that culture.
You’re not living in an area that is, you’re living in a neighborhood that is very different.
The city is not as big, the people are not as diverse, but it’s still very much Jakarta.
And the city is beautiful.
I think that’s really the biggest benefit.