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18. April 2019

Conscious Living 29: Inspiration

Inspiration, in my opinion, has little to no value in the world we currently live in. It is taken for granted, not seen or ignored. On my journey, I have […]
18. April 2019

Conscious Living 28: Suffer and Love

Throughout my life, I tried to figure, why mankind causes so much suffering: We often exploit our own conspecifics and let them suffer. We are the only species on this […]
17. February 2019

Conscious Living 27: Boundaries

Where are your (mental) boundaries and borders? Where did they come from or why do they exist and when did they come into existence? As a child, it was so […]
4. February 2019

Conscious Living 26: Time

Time is an extraordinary construct. Humanity has defined time, given it a zero point and divided it into years, days, hours and minutes. But, if it exists at all – […]
25. January 2019

Conscious Living 25: Apocalypse

What is this apocalypse? When we talk about the Apocalypse, most people think of an ugly event in the future. The idea is based on movies and religion, while the […]
25. January 2019

Conscious Living 24: Heaven and hell

The church has been telling us about heaven and hell for a long time. One is inhabited by God, the other ruled by rejected Satan. When you do good, you […]
25. January 2019

Conscious Living 23: Corporations

Money rules the world, they say. In my opinion, it is the big corporations holding the money, that rule the world. The bigger a company, the more loopholes there seem […]
21. January 2019

Conscious Living 22: Responsibility and guilt

In our lives, everyone has blamed someone else for misfortunes, if only in thought. Our brain quickly finds someone, we can blame (rather: to guilt) for our problems – as […]
14. January 2019

Conscious Living 21: Your world view

If you turn on the evening-news, you learn mostly about conflicts, crimes, violence, corporations and extremely rich or as beautiful interpreted people. But keep in mind: this is only the […]
11. January 2019

Conscious Living 20: Self-perception

When you spend time with your family, friends or acquaintances, you often hear expressions like, “I’m stupid, because …; I’m a jerk, as I…!; As the dork I am, I […]
10. January 2019

Conscious Living 19: Our language

Our language is our daily tool for communication. Yet, we hardly think about the words we push into the universe. In my opinion, the choice of our words has much […]
8. January 2019

Conscious Living 18: Wishing

What does wishing have to do with a conscious life? Everything, in my opinion. Even though most people think it´s unimaginable, wishing has a tremendous power, cause by wishing, we […]
11. December 2018

Conscious Living 17: Our biggest fear

What are you the most afraid of ? In my last post about “Living consciously”, I wrote about fear in general. However, in this post I would like to take […]
25. November 2018

Conscious Living 16: Fear

It used to be necessary Everyone knows fear. She helped us thousands of years in our development. She warned us of a threatening situation. She helped us focus, take care […]
26. October 2018

Hungary – Budapest

Buda and Pest After a brief visit to Romania, we spent a few days in Hungary’s capital Budapest. The 1.7 million inhabitants metropolis formerly consisted of two cities, located west […]
16. September 2018

Conscious Living 15: Advertising

Advertising – always and everywhere Almost all over the world, we are unquestioningly exposed to one of the (in  my opinion) greatest scourges of mankind: advertising. We are showered with […]
11. September 2018

Conscious Living 14: Peace

It is time for peace Do you know someone who wants a new war? I’ve talked to several people about this topic and a lot of them thought, that war […]
2. September 2018

Conscious Living 13: Laughter and Smiles

Smiling is free Have you ever sat on a bench in a busy passage and watched people walking by? I could do that for hours – it´s fun to me. […]
26. August 2018

Conscious Living 12: Sand

Sand and consciousness? “Why does this dude write an article about consciousness and suddenly talks about sand?”, some will probably think. Finally, sand is everywhere, in some countries it is […]
19. August 2018

Conscious Living 11: The church

Association, community, sect, cult, church? What do you think about an association, that has about 200 billion euros in the bank, monthly demands a membership fee in the form of […]
18. August 2018

Music: Stick Figure

My favorite Reggae artist: Stick Figure I like music that comes from the heart. In terms of styles, I am therefore very open and listen to bands of different genres. […]
16. August 2018

Spain: Vinaros

Vinaros During our housesit, we lived about 15 kilometers away from Vinaros (30,000 inhabitants). Our finca was three kilometers from the nearest village, in the middle of the orange and […]
15. August 2018

Spain: Girona

Girona – my favorite During our visit to Girona, we rented an Airbnb outside the city in a small village. There, we had a beautiful view of the surrounding hills […]
14. August 2018

Spain: Valencia

Valencia in a day At that time we did a day trip to Valencia from our home in Vinaros. We mainly figured, that one day is too little to explore […]
13. August 2018

Spain: Barcelona

Barcelona – better than I thought Barcelona is the capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia and is one of the most frequently visited tourist cities in Europe. About 1.65 […]
12. August 2018

Conscious Living 10: Schools and learning

What´s your easiest way of learning? How does a person learn the easiest way? Is there a manual, fitting to everybody or does each individual need different methods? If everyone […]
5. August 2018

Conscious Living 9: Shopping

Shopping and consciousness You can live consciously always and everywhere, especially in everyday life. Let us examine a daily process such as shopping: How can you consciously design your shopping […]
29. July 2018

Conscious Living 8: Society seen from above

The society of the 21st century In our present society some things are twisted. We love objects and use people. Actually, life should be the other way around. Says a […]
22. July 2018

Conscious Living 7: Feeling

How do you feel? “How are you feeling today?”, is a phrase you barely hear. Although some days do feel better and some do feel worse. Sometimes you feel uncomfortable […]
14. July 2018

Conscious Living 6: Positivity

My food is not bad! “My food is not bad!” – “The concert was not bad!” – “His talent is not bad!” These sentences are perfectly normal in the English […]
6. July 2018

Conscious Living 5: Being alone

Being alone Countless people have a hard time being alone with themselves and their thoughts. This is probably the reason, that we distract ourselves as much as possible with any […]
30. June 2018

Conscious Living 4: Try out something new

Try out something new How often do oyu try something new? What prevents us from doing this frequently? Are our friends guilty of constantly visiting the same old restaurants and […]
22. June 2018

Conscious Living 3: Being Happy

What is happiness? How do you define happiness and how do you recognize it, when you got it? Simple questions that seem unsolvable. In this post, I’ll write about where […]
17. June 2018

Conscious Living 2: It´s my life

My life, my happiness As a child you were often asked, what you would like to become in life. The most popular answers are probably a veterinarian, firefighter or anything […]
17. June 2018

Conscious Living 1: An introduction

Living consciously – an introduction This series of articles is about my experiences with companies, people, government and life. Some readers will feel addressed, others will dislike my opinion. Comments […]
4. May 2018

USA: Miami; FL

Miami and Miami Beach The Miami metropolitan area is located in the state of Florida and has a total of 5.5 million inhabitants. However, only 500,000 people live in the […]
20. April 2018

Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin

Sint Maarten or Saint Martin The last stop of our Caribbean cruise was Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin. The pronunciation changes, depending on which half of the island you are. After […]
19. April 2018

St. Kitts and Nevis: St. Kitts

St. Kitts and Nevis St. Kitts and Nevis is an island nation with 56,000 inhabitants, has an area of 269 km² (104 mi²) and is one of the 12 smallest […]
18. April 2018

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia St. Lucia is the world´s only country named after a woman (Lucia of Syracuse). The Caribbean island has an area of 616 km² (238 mi²) and is home […]
17. April 2018

Barbados

Barbados, my favorite Barbados is a 430 km² (160 mi²) island with about 280,000 inhabitants. Most of them have African roots and came to Barbados because of slavery. The island […]
16. April 2018

US Virgin Islands: Saint Thomas

Saint Thomas via cruise During our time in Ponce, we examined a cheap way to visit more islands of the magnificent Caribbean. After we informed ourselves about flights, connections by […]
31. March 2018

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico – after the hurricane Translated, Puerto Rico means “rich port”. Before hurricane Maria hit the island on September 20th 2017 and destroyed it more or less completely, about […]
12. February 2018

Ecuador: Papallacta

The perfect end to our trip There is only one thing to say about Papallacta: It was the perfect end to a perfect stay in Ecuador. We rented a room […]
12. February 2018

Ecuador: Tena – Amazon

Tena – the gate to the Amazon Tena is a city with 20,000 inhabitants and located on the border to the rain forest. Most tourists come to the area to […]
11. February 2018

Ecuador: Otavalo

Coca-tea for altitude sickness Otavallo is located at an altitude of 2532 meters above sea level and has about 40,000 inhabitants. Tourists visiting the city are generally advised to drink […]
11. February 2018

Ecuador: Mompiche

Why to Mompiche? Traveling educates, they say. In Mompiche I learned a lot, especially handling resources. But let’s start at the beginning: To hibernate outside of cold Germany, we searched […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Cologne

A city with lots of history The city of Cologne can look back on more than 2000 years of history. Founded in 19 b.C. as a Roman colony, the town […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Dusseldorf

The largest digital clock in the world We spent a day enjoying the autumn sun on the attractively designed Rhine promenade in Dusseldorf. In the gallery you can check out […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Muenster

Muenster – much nicer than expected Originally, a visit to the city with 300,000 inhabitants was not planed, but a spontaneous idea. In the end, we were both positively surprised […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Frankfurt

The book fair The book fair in Frankfurt has a over 500 year old tradition and is visited by around 280,000 people every year. A total of approximately 7300 exhibitors from […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Stuttgart

Stuttgart – I like it better somewhere else I’ve been to Stuttgart a couple of times, but never really acquired a taste for the city. Even if you search Google […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Ulm

Bisected through the Danube Ulm is a city with approx. 120,000 inhabitants and is located on the outskirts of Baden-Wuerttemberg. In the year 1810 the city was given to the […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Hamburg

The sights Hamburg is with almost 2 million inhabitants the second largest city in Germany, putting Munich in third place. The town has approximately 2500 bridges – more than Venice, […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Berlin

The capital – Die Hauptstadt We came to the city with a Flixbus and used public transportation to get to a friend´s apartment. He hosted us for four days and helped […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Dresden

A beautiful old-town The state capital of Saxony offers with the Frauenkirche, the Zwinger, the Semperoper and countless other buildings an incomparable, history drenched old town. The city itself ranks […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Leipzig

Share a ride via App We arrived in Leipzig via BlaBlaCar. This App/ Website is used by travelers to get from town to town cheap and easy. People list vacant […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Bayreuth

An afternoon in Bayreuth After our visit to Nuremberg we set off to our accommodation for the night – Bayreuth. Unfortunately, we only had a few hours to explore the […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Nuremberg

Why Germany? As a small marketing campaign,  Tes and I started a tour through Germany in autumn 2017. We were planning to visit a total of 13 cities, all of […]
25. November 2017

Short Story: I love big cities

I love big cities! I wrote a short story about the “Life in big cities” for a competition. Since I didn’t win, I would like to share it on my […]
25. September 2017

Written: A Letter to a brewery

You get the best ideas while drunk… Whether the following text was a good idea or not – we´ll see. In any case: We sat together like every Thursday, played […]
6. September 2017

Morocco: Marrakesch

Marrakech – The cradle of mankind Marrakech is also called the “red city” or the “Pearl of the South”. During excavations not so long ago, 300,000 years old bones (including […]
5. September 2017

Morocco: Roadtrip to the Sahara – Merzouga

A guided trip – better than expected! To get from Fez to Marrakech, we did some reflecting: Going by train or bus along the coast to the south was too […]
4. September 2017

Morocco: Meknes – Fes

Meknes Once again we took the bus to Meknes and a taxi to the medina. In the old town, we found our hotel by chance: As we were talking on […]
4. September 2017

Morocco: Chefchaouen

Taxis in Morocco We reached Chefchaouen in the late evening and got a taxi right away. If you take a cab in Morocco, you should always ask whether a taxi […]
3. September 2017

Morocco: Casablanca

First steps in Casablanca We took a bus from Essaouira to Casablanca, got out at the bus station and took a taxi to the city center. The first contact with […]
3. September 2017

Morocco: Essaouira

Arriving in Essaouira Essaouira is a harbor town and has about 85,000 inhabitants. The houses in the old town (medina) are part of the UNESCO World Heritage and to me, […]
3. September 2017

Morocco: Taghazout – Paradise Valley

Morocco´s Surf During our stay in Agadir we booked a week of surfing at www.surflevelmorocco.com. This was the cheapest provider and did not give the impression of “mass processing” the […]
3. September 2017

Morocco: Agadir

Why Morocco? After we returned home from London, Tes and I just didn’t know what to do with ourselves. We had sold or given away all our belongings – i. […]
18. August 2017

Written: Marketing my way

Hello, I would like to introduce my way of marketing in this article. I made up a total of eight different stickers with quotes, then produced them in big quantities […]
15. August 2017

Written: E-Mail to a nursing home

Hello! In this article I would like to give you an open letter to the head of a care home to read. I wrote the following lines for someone from […]
15. August 2017

Music: Straigthline

How I got to know Straightline It’s been about six years since me and a friend of mine wanted to visit the “Backstage” in Munich on a Friday evening. “Misconduct” […]
1. August 2017

UK: London

Why London? From the end of January to the middle of March, Tes and I lived in beautiful London. Unfortunately, the relationship with our common employer went downhill and drove […]
28. July 2017

Romania: Hunedoara

Hunedoara – a castle from a fairy tale After a good hour’s drive we reached our last planned stop on our tour through Romania: Hunedoara.  The German name “Eisenmarkt” (roughly: […]
23. July 2017

Romania:Bran – Transfagarasan – Sibiu

Castle Bran… The next morning we drove about 45 minutes from Brasov to Castle Bran. This building is marketed to tourists as Dracula’s castle. The truth is, however, that Vlad […]
4. July 2017

Romania: Sighișoara – Cetatea Rupea – Brașov

Sighișoara – A flair of Dracula After arriving in Sighișoara in the evening, we moved into our room and went on a discovery tour. By the way, the hotels in […]
3. July 2017

Romania: Cluj Napoca – Salina Turda

A day in Cluj-Napoca After a relaxing night, our second day started with a delicious breakfast near the St. Michael’s Church in Cluj. Since we had already checked the buildings […]
3. July 2017

Romania: Arad – Scarisoara Cave

The reason for our journey I am born in Romania, but apart from my childhood I didn’t spend much time in the country. The annual visits to my grandmother gave […]
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