Category Archives: people watching

out of the darkness

“How many jewish mothers does it take to change a light bulb? None. It’s alright. I’ll just sit in the dark.”    – A jewish mother joke only i can tell.. This morning as i was getting out of bed,placing … Continue reading

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Release

“Release yourself from mental slavery. none but ourselves may free our mind.”     -Bob Marley watch the seeds planted in thoughts, they grow so tall and then you have to cut them down in order to see, who you turned … Continue reading

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Austrians

A few Austrians on my mind; Sigmund Freud,Rainer-Rilke (A regular) Austrian  words of advice In a book Then an Austrian runs by Competing against herself Disturbed angry seeking release Her small dark ugly dog Running along As we walk Austrians … Continue reading

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advice-a dialogue

Years upon years of mistaken identity, Always the masks fall, false , wrong, playing a role , how to recognize him, The one to pull you up? Look for  the man sitting at  the back row crying in the dark … Continue reading

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Cultural radio

While cooking i listen to swiss cultural radio.The swiss play Finnish music that sounds to me like the sound of  nails on blackboard. Finnish folklore singing Fills the room; Disharmony Creates chaos In my mind: Is this only A matter … Continue reading

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Home on the range

“Oh,give me a home Where the buffalo roams And the deer and the antelope play, Where seldom is heard A discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy All day.”   – “Home on the range.” As the rain falls.. … Continue reading

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Jewish refugee from iconic World War II photo dies at 92 — The JPost

http://m.jpost.com/#article=6017RjYzN0MyNUIzNDQ3MEQ5Qjk0OTc3MDBBODBCREI2QTk= what an interesting behind the scenes information about the lives of figures of an iconic photo celebrating the end of WW2! sometimes the worst life situations bring out the best within humanity! In blessed memory of the kissed lady … Continue reading

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