…Breakfast at Tiffanys? She said: I think I remember the film… New York is near. Only two weeks left until I’ll reach American soil. Time to catch up on some reading. I made a list of books to read before I wander all the places… Read More
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Rage, rage against the dying of the light
Interstellar is one of the best movies I’ve seen during the last years. Nolan uses one of the best poems written in the second half of the 20th century to compare the travel into space with being confronted with the darkness of death. Both is… Read More
“Hingeschlunzt” von Olivia Vieweg ist die beste Lektüre für neblige Herbsttage. Motivation für das Gefühl, das man alles gerade nur “hinschlunzt” und nichts voran geht.
“You’re not telling me anything I don’t know already. ‘Relax your body, and the rest of you will lighten up.’ What’s the point of saying that to me? If I relaxed my body now, I’d fall apart. I’ve always lived like this, and it’s the only way I know how to go on living. If I relaxed for a second, I’d never find my way back. I’d go to pieces, and the pieces would be blown away. Why can’t you see that? How can you talk about watching over me if you can’ see that?”
— Haruki Murakami – Norwegian Wood
Lightness and Weight
die farben berlins
i needed to buy those fantastic pantone cards. and to play with them. gladly no one in Berlin wonders about people doing crazy things. a visitor of the Gerhard Richter exhibition wore the fitting pullover. how amazing? This deserves a “best dressed” award!