As I said before, perhaps it is enough sometimes to just ask questions? And, to paraphrase Rilke, to live into the answers? What makes me happy? What do I really need? How do I live at ease? What is important (to me)? What is it never too late for? What does freedom mean to me?… Continue reading . questions .
. stories .
“We can yet become the heroes of our own stories.” (Sir David Attenborough)
Looking at the world, people and their ideas from different angles. Tell their stories to learn from them. Shifting focus to look at the big picture and work on it in small ways.
. Together .
I am a highly sensitive person and have been worrying about all kinds of things for as long as I can remember. Like 24/7. For a long time I was pretty much alone with that – until Covid came along. Since then, I talk to people who are worried every day. People, who are anxious… Continue reading . Together .
. The same questions .
“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point… Continue reading . The same questions .
. Communication, differently .
I’ve been sharing my thoughts on Instagram for a while now. I never break any follower records, but that’s not the point. It’s a ritual to sit down on Friday afternoons and reflect: What was important this week? What has been on my mind? For a long time, I considered this kind of writing detached… Continue reading . Communication, differently .
“My faith is my absolute stability.”
There’s always areas of my life that are continually being stretched – always in a place of growth, but, I would say that confidence is something that really is a huge part of who I am. It’s something people recognize when they first meet me.
„My goal in life is helping to inspire positive environmental change.”
Lauren Singer is a person who truly makes an impact and I hope she will inspire you as much as she inspired me to think about what you buy and – more important – what you toss.