When – during our last editorial conference – the question was asked who would write the editorial on the subject “family” for the 3rd edition of PonderingTime, I shrugged shoulders at first. I didn’t have to think long about my […]
This late December morning the sun was reflected glaringly by frozen snow. It burned through the windshield, was a white explosion. Blinded, I ducked into my seat and raced by car over the red traffic light. The path, I knew […]
Next, to other culinary delights, the Austrian author Michael Sumper is in particularly taken by whiskey. It is therefore not surprising that liquid gold also plays a vital role in the 3rd part of his Scottish trilogy.
The Indian Vika Chander runs a clothing store in New Delhi, but in his film “Heaven on Earth” he shows Namibia’s uniqueness as a photographer.
Christmas is near and like every year, the time of the year is close when my ambivalent relationship with the Lord, with God, becomes clear. I grew up in a Christian environment as a Protestant Lutheran. When I was 14 […]
In January 2019 we welcome Bernhard Schlafke as a new member on the PonderingTime team. Bernhard wishes our readers a Merry Christmas.
In our first Podcast PonderingTime-Publisher Arthur Pahl introduces our project a little bit more exactly. He explains what is hidden behind our special-concept and what we have to offer already in our online magazine at the moment.
A book must make you think. It must change your view on life.”
Through the opaque glass window, through the smart armor, I see colored lights passing by, giant signs flooding the wide avenue, the rain doesn’t stop tonight, rivers of water run over windshield of the SUV, my head moves to the […]
As a professional musician, YouTuber, music producer, guitar builder, businessman, husband and teacher, my life moves at a pretty fast pace. Lots to do, much work to complete, new projects starting weekly and always many people to speak with and […]
For many tourists, a diving course is one of the highlights of the vacation, but probably no one would think of trying it in a wheelchair.
It’s been several months since Microsoft started an attempt on Twitter in the field of artificial intelligence. They programmed a chatbot called Tay and linked it to a Twitter account. The chatbot couldn’t do much except learn. With each interaction, […]
Free for whom? Free for what?Free of controls.Free of borders. Free of laws and tolls.Free of dependence and demands. Free of obligations. Free of legislation and laws.Free of responsibility. Free of supervision.Free of safety and security for product and production Free […]
In his Article the jump off the Bridge our author wrote about an occurrence, where a father had committed advanced suicide, taking his own life and the life of both of his sons in the process. Colombian Dr. Gustav Alfonso […]
To the unknown Federal Police Officer at the Munich International Airport “Franz-Josef-Strauß”. Thank you very much. Officer, you gave me the nicest birthday present.
The world of villages changes and disappears throughout Europe. The Dutchman Geert Mak wrote about this in a haunting way. This world is slowly disappearing. From generation to generation, work and customs are changing.
I was delighted when I received an invitation to make a Christmas Eve dinner with a Brazilian twist, since it would be a great opportunity to display a little bit of our culture in Germany. As every culture has their […]