Dec 282004
[en,de] Album: Untitled

So, here’s the stuff that’s not yet wrapped up on a CD. Sadly enough my enthusiasm for making music has cooled down a lot lately. There are persistent speculations that might be the result of circumstances of life. Actually I can’t deny the fact I always came up with the best songs when I was [...]

Dec 182004

Track No 4 from the “Untitled Album“. No further comment. Parts of it from Craig Pruess‘ Vajra Guru Mantra of the CD “Sacred Chants of Buddha” (©1999, HoE Music Limited). Thanks, Craig, for the kind permission. Obviously with this song my musical creativty was shut down, since I never touched a guitar again. Track Nr.4 [...]

Oct 122004
[en] Language as an instrument

We’re living in an era of daily growing globalization. Economy is not working anymore, if just viewed as a national issue, companies are growing to global structures, while the smaller ones are dying. Wall street coughing creates earthquakes on stock markets around the world. There’s no more place in the world that cannot be reached [...]

Sep 152004
[en] No mercy

Oh, how I’d love to have a night of deep and sound sleep again. It really spoils your day when you’re getting up with a headache already. But what do you do, when you keep fighting all through the night…and lose? After all what biologists and behaviorists want to make us believe, Brainbugs still exist. [...]

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Aug 242004
[en] Behind enemy lines

Here’s a little tale of an old man, who never learned to appreciate the necessity of fashionable clothing… or should I say…who developed a serious neurosis for shopping malls? 7:50: I’m coming out of the bathroom after having a shower wearing nothing but my slick, fiery red bathrobe. Walking into my cabinet (yes, you CAN [...]

Mar 122004
[en] Indian selections

. As it seems obvious there are some major differences between the Indian and the Western culture. One of the most significant and amazing ones is the difference in education and studying. While in western countries the main target is to give as many people an as broad education as possible and then trust in [...]