Body & Soul

17 October 2020 Lorenz Amstutz
Especially in “Corona times” fear is very common.It lives in each of us. The question is whether we suppress it, even intensify it, or whether we separate from it.This poem arose from ...
6 September 2020 Richard Kleinert
Since my childhood my view on all diseases without exception has been the following: “Every disease has its cause in an interruption of the natural flow of intelligence! Diseases have their ...
5 September 2020 Richard Kleinert
Matter is subject to the law of change. Without change, life would be dead boring. The physical body is transient. When a person identifies with his body and sensory perception alone, fear arises....

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Nature & Life

1 January 2021 Lorenz Amstutz
What does a compass in an airplane have to do with spirituality, values or even belief in the divine? How do my sources of information relate to my assessment of the current global situation? What...
19 December 2020 Jan Düblin
Life is like the waves in the sea. Sometimes calm, sometimes wild and in constant change. We can’t hold on to the waves, but still we try all the time. We would like things to stay the way t...
10 October 2020 Jan Düblin
All cultures on planet earth that ever existed worshiped the divine. In traditional civilized societies as well as in indigenous societies this relationship is deeply rooted and is an integral par...

How forests heal our body and soul

A stay in the forest helps against many physical and mental ailments. This sounds logical to most people, but when was the last time you were in the forest?

History & Society

4 June 2020 Lorenz Amstutz
Does one have to drink the poison to know if it’s poisonous?A fairy tale.Once upon a time there was a young man named Ulgupata. He lived in a faraway land where people were doing well. Everyone had food and drink and a hut where they could ...
7 April 2020 Lorenz Amstutz
Deutsch, Español, Italiano, Français, 中文, Tiếng việt The Federal Council (Gouvernement of Switzerland) has decreed drastic measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Many people are afraid of the virus as well as of the economic consequence...
28 March 2020 Jan Düblin
The current situation challenges every individual and society enormously. Reports about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are being broadcast around the clock, so to speak. The newspapers and the Internet are also full of them. China, which is und...

Recommended reading: Communism is neither a trend of thought, nor a doctrine, nor a failed attempt at a new way of ordering human affairs. Instead, it should be understood as a devil — an evil specter forged by hate, degeneracy, and other elemental forces in the universe.

The CCP and communism have done considerable damage to the free Western world.

You can learn more about this issue and stay up to date via the Telegram channel "Stop KPC, Stop Communism".

Garden & Kitchen

23 February 2020 Jan Düblin
Raised beds are a practical thing. They offer many advantages in the garden, and are also a design element. Since I like the smell of fresh sawdust in between, I decided to build two new raised beds myself. In the following I share my expe...
15 April 2018 Jan Düblin
With the increasing warmness and insolation, nature and the garden awaken to new life. The green becomes lush again and the birds’ voices more abundant. The number of insects is also constantly increasing. The great bumblebee queens who have...

50 years ago, this was a wasteland

Almost 50 years ago, fried chicken tycoon David Bamberger used his fortune to purchase 5,500 acres of overgrazed land in the Texas Hill Country. Planting grasses to soak in rains and fill hillside aquifers, Bamberger devoted the rest of his life to restoring the degraded landscape. Today, the land has been restored to its original habitat and boasts enormous biodiversity. Bamberger's model of land stewardship is now being replicated across the region and he is considered to be a visionary in land management and water conservation.

Art & Culture

25 August 2020 Jan Düblin
Art has accompanied mankind since time immemorial. It is part of the culture of every civilization, civilization period and ethnicity. If we consider art as a language, it is noticeable that the communication between the art object and the viewer...

Kung Fu - Seeking the Tao

Since ancient times people have sought the true essence of martial arts. Were the legendary martial arts techniques real or fictional? In today’s busy world where can we find the spirit and morality of the ancients? And what is the true purpose of life?

Products & Consumption

7 July 2018 Jan Düblin
Until a few months ago I used a coffee machine with a capsule system for about a year. This was only meant to be a temporary solution, and I wanted to get away from this system quickly (I used to have a fully automatic machine). Because in my vie...
22 June 2018 Lorenz Amstutz
Shopping is part of daily routine. A tea at the bar, lunch in the canteen or some bread on the way home. Then order a mobile phone holder for your car online at home. So hardly a day goes by where I don’t buy anything. What should I be worri...

Death by China

In this film by best-selling author and filmmaker Peter Navarro, arguably America's most pressing problem today is brought into sharp focus; its increasingly destructive economic trade relationship with rapidly rising China. Since China began flooding U.S. markets with illegally subsidized products in 2001, more than 50,000 American factories have disappeared, more than 25 million Americans can't find decent work, and America now owes the world's largest totalitarian nation more than $3 trillion. Through compelling interviews with voices from across the political spectrum, DEATH BY CHINA makes the case that the U.S.-China relationship is broken and must be repaired if the world is to become a place of peace and prosperity.

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