Category Archives: communication

Talking to the invisible wall

surviving a rainy weekend in switzerland The other night i thought to go and have tea in my favorite vegeterian place in zurich. I stopped eating out ever since i came to realize my mother was right,it is much more … Continue reading

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On my way:things i noticed today

Written on a moving train foreward; Observations 1.My ex father in law is sitting across from me, preoccupied as he always was with himself pulling the blinds as he casts one last  judgemental “leave me alone look” and fear permeates … Continue reading

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A letter to you

On the farm, Dear Beloved, Hello. It is me again. No more letters written with the ink of my blood ,no more words written from the depth of my heart,no more stamps from foreign lands,no more envelopes arriving from far … Continue reading

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compassion

“the measure of love  is that it is without measure.”     -st. Augustine Reading spiritual writing i get to the idea of letting go of separation which identity is and striving to be united with the eternal as one. Then … Continue reading

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sunday summary

Easter in the “heart” of Europe  is like a plague that killed off most of the population…and cravings begin to surface right at the time when realizing them or answering the call means a train ride to the main train … Continue reading

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Coffee at high noon

When i returned to the small  square table, He had ordered my coffee without asking me, two young pale thin waitresses ironed and efficiently frozen stood by ignoring my eyes begging for milk and sugar, reduced to primate  gestures , … Continue reading

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Lost in translation

“I’m  sitting in the railroad station Got a ticket for my destination.”         -Homeward bound Sitting in the railroad station Holding a cup of cold  Swiss supermarket Starbucks brand  coffee in my cold gloveless hands (Big mistake-horrible taste ) As … Continue reading

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