Some poetry on the go… Canada here I come!

My heart is bleeding
By all the cruelties
Of humanity

My heart is laughing
From all the silliness
Of our minds

My heart is filled with joy
By all the generosity
And love
That each of us
Is able to display.

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Copyright Text Picture Jasmin Türemis

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What I’m working on… Anaïs

Anaïs konnte den ganzen Trubel nicht nachvollziehen, ja er war der Beliebteste der Stufe, er war auch ein cooler Typ, sie kam gut mit ihm klar. Allerdings war es das auch. Sie bekam kein Herzschlagen wenn sie ihn sah, verstellte nicht ihre Stimme, hatte nicht das Bedürfnis dämlich über alles was er sagte zu Kichern und sich die Haare zu zwirbeln, wenn sie mit ihm redete. Und doch schien es jedem anderen Mädchen mit dem sie sprach so zu gehen. Selbst Julia hatte gestern von ihm angefangen. Romeo. Was ein Angebername das schon ist, als ob seine Mutter bereits wusste, dass er ein Herzensbrecher und Mädchenschwarm werden würde. Warum wird denn jede verrückt, wenn es um Jungs geht? Jede, außer Anaïs.

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Copyright Text Picture Jasmin Türemis

What I’m seeing lately…Dublin downtown

Spending time on the Emerald Isle I didn’t come around visiting Dublin.
As it’s capital and one of the biggest cities on the island I knew it couldn’t
impress me the way a city like London does. Yet, after a rough start, spending a few days there was the best I could decide. It’s been crazy times and even though the city doesn’t have any commercial style like e.g. Belfast or “big city life” it’s been great times and I’ll definitely come back soon …

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What I’m reading lately…biodynamics

Lately I’m busy studying biodynamics as preparation for my apprenticeship starting this summer. There’s a lot to be found about current evolvement on organic growing especially in Eco-magazines like ‘schrot&korn’, ‘lebendigeerde’ or ‘star&furrow’ but also there are many books,more focused on general biodynamics than the magazines which mostly deal with problematics throughout this work. Some are founded on speeches by Rudolf Steiner others by practising farmers. The first part of my training will be soil science, therefore I am reading “principles of biodynamic spray and compost preparations” by Manfred Klett. The book concentrates not only on the practical aspect of how to do the preparations but also about agricultural consciousness and life forces and their effect on the land.
Manfred Klett is former director of the department of agriculture at the Goetheanum in Switzerland and has over twenty years experience of biodynamic agriculture.

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