Andi Yudha Asfandiyar

March 8, 9:00am - 11:00am WIB. Hosted at Universitas Pasundan - Setiabudhi

part of a series on Symmetry


About the speaker

Andi Yudha Asfandiyar’s love for children has been proven true through the way he lived his days.

Storytelling, book design and illustration, parental consulting—you name it. If it revolves around child education and creativity, he’s done it without a doubt.

Nothing in this world would make him happier than the chance to help children grow into well-adjusted adults—to help them achieve symmetry.

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What do a planet, an attractive face, and a snowflake have in a common? Symmetry. Symmetry is prevalent throughout life. You can fold a sunflower in half, stories have an arc, and the human body can bend and create mesmerizing shapes. There are also irregularities that enhances life; it adds beauty and complexity. If there’s symmetry in nature, then there must be a kind of symmetry in the way we lead our lives. Symmetry cannot be possible without asymmetry, the same way sadness magnifies joy. Alan Lightman wrote in The Accidental Universe, “I would claim that symmetry represents order, and we crave order in this strange universe we find ourselves in.” But chaos will happen whether we like it or not, it’s how we respond to it that either creates order or more chaos. When in chaos, create your symmetry.