Category Archives: swiss kife

My bread box is seeking a new home

This bench has always been a good place to give a way things  The swiss are not strong in leaving things on the street but the seven years i have been living in this street, i have found the following items: A shoe … Continue reading

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Private versus public

“All human beings have three lives: private, public and secret. ”  -Gabriel Garcia Marquez : a life “solitude is sometimes best society” -John Milton , “Paradise lost” “We live ,in fact, in a world starved for solitude, silence and private : and … Continue reading

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swiss rule:only swiss

Swiss rule:only swiss are allowed to complain,foreigners are told: “why don’t you go back to where you come from” Refugees are exceptions, if you come from a Moslem country /African land  /Mexico/south American dictatorship in which case you are told … Continue reading

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wish

I wish i could tell the difference between a friend and a foe, those to keep and those to let go. I wish i could better decide who is worth my time and who is not worthy of my heart … Continue reading

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False friends- Language misunderstandings

“Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings.” –  Led Zepplin “Stairway to heaven ” “Today Roger had to play a real Tennis Ass.” An ass is a donkey(der Esel) or in American English a bottom ( der Arsch) Der … Continue reading

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Dog blog#23:loving Luzern

Hello everyone Here i am with the fire fighters of Luzern because i am pita(fire)element according to Ayurveda but also lots of vata (air) as i attend Ayureveda course. Peace paws Love Light Namaste Shellbee

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Buddha befriended

Today my Tai chi master told a story: A business man asked the Buddha What do i gain from meditation? Buddha answered the business man “You gain nothing from meditation but you lose a lot; You lose depression You  lose … Continue reading

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Geneva jihadist school

Jihadist in Geneva Jihad is the holy war according to Islam which means it is a religipus duty.It is a pillar of the religion of peace called Islam. This morning the Swiss media expose the story of a Swiss youth … Continue reading

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Oatmeal protein pancakes

You are what you eat Yes,our bodies are made up of the food we digest so please enjoy being a blueberry pancake ! I used to have a dog named after aunt Gemima Pancake syrup So yes i am a … Continue reading

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However

“In the role of Hitler It helped me being Swiss .There were actors in Germany that could play better however i had an advantage the Germans did not have.I lived long enough there (In Germany) to capture  who Hitler is … Continue reading

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