Everybody can create the future! (book recommendation)

The link to the book for my unpatient friends ūüėČ http://aktivzukunftsichern.com/Buch.pdf I’ve already had this article on my fingers since I finished reading this (partly intoxicating) book in Kosovo more than five weeks ago. Waiting there at the bus station on my (adventure) bus to Podgorica, I read the book to a close and had …

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Sele Projekt von Raw Future – Selbstversorgung in Ungarn (Tag 80 – 88)

The journey leads me through many things: the entire spectrum of emotions (especially fear and love), many different natural spaces, different cultures, ideologies and religions / beliefs – and just by this crazy (in the end time of this time?!) Man-made world. After my relaxing time in Montenegro, I am allowed my travel experience at …

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Put God first

Thank you for this motivational speech – please watch completely! Goosebumps! Thanks to Sascha, who gave me the advice for this video! Sometimes i want to write (about) something someone else has already spoken/written about well and precisely. In this case Denzel Washington’s speech is directly from my heart. My experience with god during my …

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Tramping psychology

You wonder how I do that with hitchhiking? What needs to be considered, how can you save time and energy? All this you learn in this article with 13,400 km of tram experience in 18 countries, underpinned in the last 100 days! It’s true: hitchhiking today has become a “tough business”. Many people are very …

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Summer solstice

Today, on the 21st of June, the sun is highest in the northern hemisphere. We have the longest day of the year and summer solstice. I want to celebrate this today (at least on a small scale)! This is worth a brief contribution, as it has been one of the most important festivals of the …

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Georgia! (Day 42 to 65)

As you’ve probably noticed, this is not an ordinary (travel) blog or the like. But in this case, I would like to dedicate a rather typical travelogue to this particular country – Georgia. Seven climatic zones on a surface hardly larger than Bavaria create an incredibly valuable and diverse natural space. Because it is trapped …

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