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Creature of the Mind

I am a creature of the mind. One hundred percent entertained, amused, occupied within my own head. Reminiscing. Thinking. Daydreaming. Reading. Writing. Playing with notions. Conversing. Watching and observing. Digesting and forming thoughts and concepts, spitting out new ideas. Making plans and schedules and schemes. My mind is a safe haven to make order from […]

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Price Tag

You can’t put a price tag on genius. Or can you? I guess, it all depends if someone is willing to pay for it. Klicken Sie auf den unteren Button, um den Inhalt von Soundcloud zu laden. Inhalt laden

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Shifts

Sometimes you stumble across a piece of information. That – all of a sudden – makes everything shift. Most of all your own perspective. Values you believed were a part of you for as long as you can remember. Beliefs. Priorities and actions. Yet, in light of this small piece of information – maybe having […]

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Dancing I

Lately. When I dance. And I receive an impulse. I grow still within. In the twinkling of an eye. And tap into this deep well of calmness. Within myself. That allows me to…

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fall

fall. leaves fall down as gravity takes over. the temperature drops. i, too, feel the desire to lie down. maybe take a nap. preferably ‘til next spring. but the luxury of hibernation seems to be reserved for bears and other furry creatures. rains fall. their little brother, mist, veils the landscape. and its veil remains […]

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On. Immersed. Off.

Life is led in three states: On. Alert. Awake. There. Fully present. Immersed. Occupied. Busy. On the go. Off. In meditation. Asleep. Fully relaxed. Which one, do you spend the most time in? Which one the least? And which one would you profit from spending more – or less – time in? There is no […]

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Bad intent, good intent

A little while ago I accidentally hurt a wise man. My mouth was faster than my brain. Before I could stop, I had uttered words that were not supposed to be uttered. I excused myself stating that I had no bad intent. That it was an accident. That I meant well. That I was sorry. […]

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Too warm, too busy, too many excuses

Too warm. I like summer. The heatwave hits Europe. And I admit that I now understand the siesta culture in hot countries. I do not want to admit it. Even to myself. I do not want to join in the choir of complaints. I love summer. Still my productivity drops. Too warm. Too busy. A […]

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