Oh, Beauty, passing beauty, sweetest sweet, Sweetie. Flowers. Life.
The most beautiful places are not far away. The beauty of men and things are half the way you look at them, somewhere between you and them, where you (your view, your heart) meet the other person, there you can see their loveliness, their (true) soul. And there you can hold on to them, you … Continue reading
Dogs are so clever. Especially our Parson Russel Lilly. She knows all about life and what’s important to be happy: To relax, to play, to sleep and FOOD. She is living a healthy and happy life. She knows that life is not only about work. Her success is not a business, it’s a way of … Continue reading
You start dying slowly if you do not travel, if you do not read, if you do not listen to the sounds of life, if you do not appreciate yourself. You start dying slowly when you kill your self-esteem. when you do not let others help you. You start dying slowly if you become a … Continue reading
Sometimes it snows in April Purple Rain When doves cry. Let’s go crazy and kiss. He changed music forever. And my life. He owned his sexuality. He was the king of shade. I loved and copied his style. He was one of my heroes, besides Bowie, Zappa and Pink Floyd. Pink and Purple is nourishing our … Continue reading
One: You get back the same thing that you gave. Two: Doing it becomes a habit. Three: What you do creates the people and the world around you. Four: It also creates the world that you step into next. About the color pink (purple, magenta): Psychologically pink is nourishing our senses. And: Pink stands for unconditional … Continue reading
Dear Ones, The Spring Equinox is upon us on March 20th. As the Earth rotates around the mighty Sun, the Equinox brings a peaceful equanimity to the entire Earth. It is a day when all is in balance; a moment of equal light and darkness, giving us the ability to find balance in the hemispheres … Continue reading
Art is the elimination of the unnecessary. Pablo Picasso Order and simplification are the first steps towards the mastery of a subject. Thomas Mann Kein anderer Beruf ist im Stande, das Herz mit einer solchen göttlichen Genugtuung zu lohnen, als das Künstlertum. Peter Rosegger (1843 – 1918), österreichischer Volksschriftsteller und Erzähler, Autodidakt, begann als Wanderschneider. Ziel … Continue reading