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First frost

By on Dec 12, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

The grassy bank endlessly strewn with silvery droplets of yesterday’s frost The river gently, softly flowing     Low sun highlights the place Where we sat on that summers’ eve Everything flows, nothing is forgotten  ...

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There is a reason, for you

By on Nov 29, 2018 in Blog | 4 comments

No walking today, I am sitting on my yellow couch, reading “Anam Ćara” (soul friend)  by John O’Donohue. There are a few short lines that I wish to share with you. “For millions of years, before you arrived here, the dream of your individuality was carefully prepared. You were sent to a shape of destiny in which you would be able to express...

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By on Nov 23, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

I am on an evening walk. It is dark but not too dark. The full moon shows its face every once in a while through the clouds that are gently drifting in from the south-east. Walkin in the dark is very different from walking in day time. You walk in a more feeling way, more in a hearing way. It is quieter, I can hear my breathing. Sometimes there is a rustle in the...

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By on Nov 18, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

It’s an early Sunday morning. The first frost on the fields slowly disappears under a clear, cold sun. Geese huddle together. Enthousiastic church bells try to lure the last of the faithful to the service. In the forest, two woodpeckers signal each other from a distance. The last of the yellowing leaves hold on to the branches. It’s a very different atmosphere from...

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Diffuse and grey

By on Nov 6, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

In the afternoon the suns slowly disappears in the lowering clouds. It gets chilly and a bit darker. The forest floor is strewn with fallen leaves, the same colour as the trees surrounding me. Sometimes it feels like there is no up or below, only my feet that intermittendly touch the ground tell me that there is a path.  Now that I can’t see the sun anymore I...

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