Hannah writes that she had just watched ‘Night will fall- the film lecture for the Germans’ of Hitchcock, and that it was an extreme effort for her to follow the incomprehensible all the way to the end. Once again she […]
Well and then I wanted to watch a porn in peace and masturbate. Actually….
This month the theme of PonderingTime is “Farewells”. Thinking about the topic, Bernhard Schlafke finally found the following photo stories.
What once began as a refugee settlement on wooden piles now has a worldwide sound of uniqueness and beauty. Venice.
Farewells are as familiar to me as the course of everyday life. Get up. Go to the bathroom. Wash. Brush your teeth. Get dressed. Breakfast, etc. and… I’ll say goodbye.
I love beginnings. They just fascinate me. The vitalizing scent of a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Or feeling the warmth of the freshly baked bread or cake. Enter the pristine sand of a beach. Open a fresh bag of […]
I don’t think that goodbye, as a goodbye, is something that happens, there is always something (music, place, smell, landscape, etc.) that awakens our memory, the people, the pain and the joys.
All right, let’s get started. I’ll record the conversation, is that all right?” The reporter didn’t wait for persons answer sitting opposite of him. Instead, he just pressed the button of the recording stick pushing it over the glass table […]
The old Scottish folk song “Auld lang syne” with its melody is certainly one of those pieces that are known all over the world. The fact that it left the English language area is to be owed first of all […]
In the January 2019 edition of PonderingTime, our author Arthur Pahl tells how the German violinist Johny Schwarz, who was murdered in Bogota, left Germany after World War II with a violin from Mittenwald in his luggage but arrived in […]
PonderingTime friend Michael Sumper has again provided us with an excerpt from one of his books for this month. Tension guaranteed.
We all wear a mask, only sometimes it has become so familiar to us that we may not even notice it anymore.
In Europe, it is normal for young people to move throughout the European Union. School classes arrange trips at a young age going beyond the borders of their own nation, and it is widespread for students to visit the countries […]
I am not a photographer in the sense of the photographer’s job description. I got my first camera as a present when I was 12 years old. I’ve been collecting pictures ever since.
Except for a few two-lane roads, Colombia is more of a sui generis country in the broadest sense regarding terms of its country road system. There is the so-called 4G route for freight transport with its long exits to the […]
I check my emails and I have a message from our wonderful editor a Thomas, reminding me that my article for this month is due! Gulp! Panic stations!!! I had forgotten to do it as I had been in California […]
If you claim to be a soccer fan, you don’t have to mention that you are burning for the male version of this sport. Women’s soccer may belong to the future, but the present sometimes looks sobering.