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 […]
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 […]
Every day from that crystal I see the march, I see the final march like every day on that crystal.
Paths? Yeah, they’re over there. Paths that lead from here to there. From there, to farther away.
„Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar” “Wanderer, there isn’t any way, the way is being created while your walking.“ Antonio Machado: aus “Campos de Castilla“ 1917
Paths, pathways, passages. Different words with similar and multiple meanings. They can be very real and tangible or symbolic and existential. Paths invite us toward something or can lead us away from another. They can represent opportunity, safety, mystery, or […]
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There are four paths in my life… Which of the four, can be the best…you who saw me cry from anguish… Tell me Paloma…Which one should I take.
Paths are laid in our cradle at birth. They are the blueprint of our destiny. Just as we have a blood group, genes that determine our hereditary factors or have inherited physical characteristics from our ancestors, so each of us […]
Paths, they are similar to bridges and yet they are different. Sometimes a path establishes a direct connection, but often a path also simply leads into emptiness. This is never actually the case with bridges. Bridges are manageable, they are […]