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Dezember 2011

Vienna, 12/2011
relaxed time in Vienna – one of the best cities in europe for …errm… relaxing.

highlights: kimchi nabe and lots of drinks with friends, some d&b parties, karaoke at ramien bar, buying a present and some beers at a little graffiti art exhibition by NYCHOS and then back home to celebrate xmas with my family.

favourite and cheapest way of travelling from stuttgart <> vienna:
4x carsharing + 1 x shared train group-ticket via –>mitfahrgelegenheit.de

>>> Germany, 2011

04/12/11
“…i’d call that an epic weekend…first party at theloft and one for the road till after 6am in vienna to have a waving good bye do for my mate CRIPO. something you could call “sleep” and then off to travel down to germany to play some dancefloor smashers at a former police station turned into a hackerspace turned into a hacker’s club night. mate cocktails and prosecco…proper pa and lights…killer tunes…oh and the hell’s angels had their anniversary bash next door…and a u bahn train derailed in front of the house too > weird. 😀    ”   as posted on fb

MERRY CRISIS by Niels Shoe Meulman

24/12/2011
we had a nice christmas 2011 round – with almost all of my siblings and mum.
hello everyone – it has been a while…  🙂

25/12/2011

R.I.P. Dad (1954~2011)

Death is a part of all our lives. Whether we like it or not, it is bound to happen. Instead of avoiding thinking about it, it is better to understand its meaning. We all have the same body, the same human flesh, and therefore we will all die. There is a big difference, of course, between natural death and accidental death, but basically death will come sooner or later. If from the beginning your attitude is ‘Yes, death is part of our lives,’ then it may be easier to face.     Dalai Lama

All men and women are born, live, suffer and die; what distinguishes us one from another is our dreams, whether they be dreams about worldly or unworldly things, and what we do to make them come about… We do not choose to be born. We do not choose our parents. We do not choose our historical epoch, the country of our birth, or the immediate circumstances of our upbringing. We do not, most of us, choose to die; nor do we choose the time and conditions of our death. But within this realm of choicelessness,
we do choose how we live.
     Joseph Epstein