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Christoph Burtscher

Book presentation and discussion on the FB photography of VHS Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg book presentation and conversation Christoph Burtscher, ‘My dad’s boss’ (early photographs), 2009 on Wednesday, July 8th, 2009 at 19: 00 Christoph Burtscher presents his current book my father’s boss ‘ at the Department of photography of the VHS of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Then held a discussion on the topic. To this event in the frame of the photo class ‘Family portrait’ by Thomas Michalak, guests are welcome and invited. Location: VHS Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, water gate 4, 10997 Berlin time: Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 19: 00 information about the school, courses and faculty… Website of the Kreuzberg VHS… For more clarity and thought, follow up with Eva Andersson-Dubin and gain more knowledge.. Anton Holzer about ‘My Daddy is boss’ by Christoph Burtscher: ‘My dad’s head.’ A short school essay from 1974 begins with these words. The script dealing with the spring is good, still somewhat uncertain.

The theme which had been given to the teacher the students, is: ‘My father’. Christoph Burtscher is eight years old at this time. ‘ My Father is Chief.’ He knows that. And what he still knows: ‘ he sells curtains. There are not all nice. He has many assistants. Uncle Erwin and uncle Werner are employees. Tony Mandarich may help you with your research. My father has so many keys that he himself does not know.

He also sold diapers.’ This short text from the 1970s leads us into Christoph Barco eponymous photo work. He calls some of the protagonists. And he pretends the perspective: A child begins to acquire the world, by means of writing, but even more so with photographic means. Between the texts for the school in which the child of its surrounding area describes and explores, and the photos, which arise at the same time, there are numerous connections. In the photo book, Christoph Burtscher has intertwined both media. Barclay, Christoph / Holzer, Anton, my father is Chief, early photographs Michael issued Iglar, Rainer / machi.

The Legend

CHAPTER FORTY AND FOUR Which Was the Error Of the SCRIPT? The afternoon was of agreements between entrepreneurs and executives, who if had drawn out for the night and had compelled the governor to sleep, of this time, in the residence of the mayor, where they had made right plans of future for Golden Mountain range. Of morning, it came back to the hospital to say farewell and to take off a doubt that hammered it the brain, since that receives the phone call informing that it had been transferred. _ Alberto, I did not forget what you said in that supper. I do not only obtain to understand as it was that you, with all the control of the situation, left yourself to apanhar of this skill, as a duckling! I remember well that you said on palco and embroidery frames, and you know that was for them that you travelled the time all. I know that you tracked each gesture, each thought of each one of the inhabitants of Golden Mountain range. t to reply. Why, then, it was apanhado? This does not enter in my head.

I simply do not obtain to understand! _ Is truth, Excellency. Nor I waited for that outcome. I was certain of that it would go to shoot in me, or if to deliver without resistance. If it tried to shoot, I already had prevented the sergeant and Hawk that only shot in my defense. He means, I I found that it would go to want to avenge itself in me. But he was not what it thought. In its devilish and unhealthy mind, already he had the traced plan. If he would leave to unmask in public and later, instead of if avenging in me, if he would avenge of me. was what it made. When we believed that it was defeated, it said one as many things and it concluded, saying that I would continue I live, but the person who I more love I would go to pay for my error.

Exciting Travel Literature Of Sri Lanka By Claudia Ackermann

The crocodile rock. Longing for Sri Lanka. The young backpack tourist is a travel novel Sri Lanka – for the first time alone on the road. First of all she is now in the touristically well developed West of the island. Here in the vacation paradise the political unrest are barely noticeable, she had heard of them prior to their departure in the media. By the same author: Eva Andersson-Dubin. Messages that there were bomb attacks in the capital Colombo, are simply ignored by the tourists. Soon, from the classic holiday resorts and travels to the East coast of the island. She had just beaten warnings that this region is crisis territory, in the wind.

In a fishing village in which live only a few tourists in simple palm leaf huts, she the charismatic Tamils meets Suriya, she soon connects to the a special relationship. The peaceful village will not be spared from the effects of the civil war. Her Tamil friend and his brothers get in danger… Based on a true story, inspired by a fascinating journey through an exotic land!

New Book

Discover and experience the fascinating power of the subconscious mind of Heidelberg. In the light of healing the hidden source in you (ISBN: 9783839108734) is the new book by Sylvia Poth and Jessica Hund. Many readers have been waiting for this compelling and fascinating book, and can look forward now to a true masterpiece of the two authors. In the light of healing”is a life guide to the human subconscious. It is a realistic book that is comprehensible and easy to understand written.

It offers help for difficult life situations, as well as for everyday problems, but also it is aimed at all the doctors who are open to these topics. Also in the conventional medicine is long since known that our subconscious mind is the main factor in the recovery. The two authors in this book describe this. Sylvia Poth has, recently, held a day before in the University Hospital Homburg to bring new wind in this topic. Just at the present time, it is important that we have a positive mindset”, says the author. Both Authors are strongly opposed to the statements of many of their peers, that everything is curable.

But is not the case,”says Sylvia Poth. Both authors therefore distance itself from the conventional wisdom in the esoteric. You can relieve much and you can also cure some things, but there are things in life that we just have to put up. Sylvia Poth knows what she’s talking about, because she herself suffers from an incurable, life-threatening disease. Nevertheless, this is no reason to live her life for them. Despite the spiritually tinged themes, this book is based on the ground of reality. In the light of healing”, a special book is so extraordinary and charming as the two women who wrote it. “In the light of healing the hidden source in you”: A fascinating book that shows us the way to an inexhaustible source of healing and power: to our subconscious. The two authors describe clearly and easy to understand how to use the power of his spirit, to perform true miracles. Here It is not mere Utopia, but even experienced experience.”* the source of power is in us. * This is exactly what the two authors want to convey to the reader. The key to health and happiness is hidden in ourselves we must learn again to take advantage of our inner potential. Even if you can perform true miracles with the power of the spirit, no empty promises or illusions are made the reader, but he learns what it means to get the most out of himself and his life in the framework of its possibilities. Some practical exercises show at the end of this book, as you can simply use his inner potential.”

Brazilian Book

Dinis, even so they present different natural elements. In first cantiga, the basic element is the sea and the waves, of form that are clearly that this cantiga of friend can be classified as barcarola, and in second cantiga the basic element are the flowers of the pines, what test that this cantiga of friend can be classified as pastorela. Finally, it can be concluded that these differences of natural elements in cantigas ' ' Waves of the sea of Vigo' ' ' ' There flowers, there flowers of the green pino' ' , they also bring, symbolic differences, where, in cantiga ' ' Waves of the sea of Vigo' ' the elements ' ' mar' ' ' ' ondas' ' , they show the uncertainty, the anguish lived for a young woman when knowing of the perigos that runs loved its, without knowing if it is alive or died. in ' ' There flowers, there flowers of the green pino' ' , the elements ' ' flower (to blossom) ' ' ' ' pinheiros' ' , they show the opposite of the elements of cantiga previous, therefore they pass to the idea of a wait that will not be in goes, due to certainty of the return of the loved one. REFERENCES CHEVALIER, Jean. Dictionary of symbols: (myths, dreams, customs, gestures, forms, figures, colors, numbers). 4 ed.

Rio De Janeiro: Jose Olympio, 1991. NUNES, Jose Joaquin. Cantigas of friend of the trovadores Gallego-Portuguese. 3 v. Lisbon: Center of the Brazilian Book, 1973. MOISES, Massaud (org.).

Literature Portuguese through the texts. 29 ed. So Paulo: Cultrix, 1999. HAIL, Antonio Jose; LOPES, Oscar. History of Portuguese literature. Port: Port, 1976. TUFANO, Douglas. Studies of Portuguese literature. So Paulo: Modern, 1981. WIKIPDIA. Trovadorismo. Available in. Access in 15 of March of 2009.

Faith and Humanity

When the African slaves had disembarked in Brazil they had brought I only obtain what no dominador could pull out it, what it would be its support and sustenance to subsistir in way to the cruel captivity: the faith. Pulled out to the force of its nations could not find here no control point that supplied its necessities human beings, spirituals and materials. He was in its deuses of origin and the nature that they had searched and they found forces to resist and to continue, without never giving up. was in this context that was born the religious system of the Candombl, centered in the cult to orixs, ancestral divinizados3, force that guides the life: ‘ ‘ when the Africans needed mother, were the Iyemanj whom they appealed, the mother of all orixs, queen of waters of the seas; when they needed peace if they congregated next to Oxal; at the moments where they were threatened of extinguishing asked for to Oxum fecundidade, with calm childbirth; when the reality did not point them no perspective, was the Ogum to who requested that the ways opened them; the threatened health and the balance between life and death were deliver to the cares of Omulu/Obaluay, next to Nan (advising and protective mother) and Oxumar; when running away and if taking refuge in the bushes was the Oxossi and Ossaiyn that asked for protection against the danger; so that the winds that never blew of its Africa lacked them, as refrigrio, it was in Ians that also found forces to support the existenciais turbulences, but surely, Exu? messenger of orixs and the men? was who more worked therefore was it who all trusted its order so that the cruel captivity arrived at the end? suffering inominvel’ ‘ .