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World Peace
by doing the Work

Through a friend we encountered Byron Katie. Katie has a tool box that enables everyone to nothing less then reaching WORLD PEACE. By starting with yourself. Thoughts, thought very often, became beliefs, and those in a bundle become belief systems. Starting to question your thoughts on things and people is the road to end any suffering and to connect with every moment as it would be your first. That of ()

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People
All Inclusive

If we believe that people are innocent by nature, we can accept that all the wrong doing comes from the stories they are telling themselves and history they create by interacting with their parents, friends and social surrounding, over the years. Defence is the first act of war. So if we don’t fire back, we open the gates to peace. If we show understanding for other opinions and views, we build ()

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Little things:
Shopping Mall Yes or No

Our new neighbours…they haven’t formally introduced themselves, but they are sending secret messages through the ground water. For some technical ground water fighting style, probably necessary to build 5 additional stories below the ground, our hotel gets water signals every 5 seconds. (Including the eye surgeon building next door). First Azar, the Pen, our creative director noticed, when the lines he put on paper, started resembling a seismograph. Warschauer Strasse ()

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Humans –
Members only

Are you working for an ad agency ? Movie maker, writer, performing artist, a painter, a producer, a media executive or brand ambassador ? Well then, your chances of a successful application for those modern version private member clubs increase. It’s Creatives only. Whatever that means. A place to network with likeminded people, movers, shakers and influencers. The breed that wants to define stuff. Around the world more and more ()

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What do they hate
so much about us?

9/11/01. 7am. San Francisco. The phone rings. A friend from NY told me to turn on the television. After a couple of hours in front of the screen, I ended up wandering around lost somewhere downtown. The streets were empty. America came to a sudden halt. And that did not happen very often in the past decades. In a weird way it immediately felt like one of those moments in ()