Wann sag ich wieder mein und meine alle?

Berlin, 9 november 1989. A huge crowd of agitated citizens gathers at the wall which splits their country in two parts. A physical wall, seperating loved ones, family, friendships. An idealistic wall, dividing two political systems, two utterly different beliefs in how to cope with a society and all its problems. A symbolic wall, representing fear and misunderstanding. The people scream, push and try to … Continue reading Wann sag ich wieder mein und meine alle?

Een verloren sokje

Heimwee. Elke globetrotter krijgt er vroeg of laat mee te maken: een liedje dat je altijd luidkeels met je zus meezong tijdens het “cruisin’ in the car”, het moment wanneer je het etiket op een potje confituur leest en plots beseft dat het je eigen taal is, het parfum van je buurvrouw in de bib dat je tante ook altijd als een wolkje omhult. Je … Continue reading Een verloren sokje

Wanderlust – Interview with Oskar Schuster

There is no word that describes the urgent desire to explore, to travel, to see the world better than the German word ‘Wanderlust’. My path has led me to Berlin, where I am meeting a very inspiring person for my first interview ever. His name is Oskar Schuster, a young German composer with a warm character and a soft voice. It is cold when I … Continue reading Wanderlust – Interview with Oskar Schuster

Adventure of a Lifetime

About letting people in or not at all About being open open hearted minded   About trying & failing About forgiving About freedom About tears and fears About friendship trusting yourself someone else About being young and how to cope About stumbling About understanding -or at least trying to   About                             … Continue reading Adventure of a Lifetime

A Collection of Impressions

The light was dim in the dining room and nobody spoke a word. A serene melancholy hung as a murky haze over the group of people who were gathered together. Time seemed to go unrealistically slow. Most of the food – a leftover from the weekend – lay cold and unappetizing on the large table. It spread a nasty smell in the house. Although the … Continue reading A Collection of Impressions