Letter home: From a world citizen who doesn’t feel any worse

Thank you very much for your rich and engaging letter. I would also like to stress that I love you, unconditionally. Please take care and follow your heart, no matter what others are saying. Even if criticism between people can lead to counter criticism, I believe that “the world” in the actual/wider sense is waiting for each of us equally. I want no one to think she/he is less valuable than … Continue reading

Answer for fatherlessness

There’s a reason why you couldn’t give birth alone Do you think it’s natural to create a fatherless home? There’s confusion why as a child you were lone Do you think it’s common that fathers are gone? There’s a bitter coldness in a manless syndrome Do you think you could choose better and overcome? There’s a lovingly caring father waiting at home Do you think our daughter too shouldn’t have one? There’s … Continue reading

Unifying verse

#62 Stairways (Mathias Sager, Oil colors water mixable on canvas board, 8F 46.7x38.1x0.4 cm (18.4"x15"x0.16"))

Sharing what is ours, longing but now it’s time. When is it possible? – Story of an untold book. Climbing my lap to sit, relaxed but sparkling eyes. What makes it real? – Voice of a loving father. Beating heart on your back, worried but perfect moment. How can it endure? – Infinite unifying verse.

Idiobullycracy

Many still believed that we live in an era in which respect, reason, honesty, and virtue are finally valued over ignorance, craving, and bullying competition. However, this wasn’t / isn’t true and that Trump could win the US presidency is confirming the definitive arrival in the age of idiobullycracy, not only in the USA.

Question #11: (Year 2050) “Mom, was grandpa a green hero too?”

Questions from the future. What our grandchildren will ask in around the year 2050, on a more and more uninhabitable planet. Son: Mom? Mother: No, my darling; you can’t go outside. Son: I know. [Pause] Of what did grandpa die, and was he a green hero too? Mother: [Parenthetically] Your grandfather worked hard and always wanted to be a hero. Son: I love you, Mom.