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“Double-Eight” is the value of a father

As it is said at Wikipedia Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Many countries celebrate it on the third Sunday of June, but it is also celebrated widely on other days. Father’s Day was created to complement Mother’s Day, a celebration that honors mothers and motherhood.

A complementary integration lives from the fact that both sides, both poles belong to each other. It also means that both sides influence the other in a way that complementation always gets back into a good balance.

I was told that father`s day in China is not at all ……………..

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An embodyed story (part 1)

What is the secret of these hands?

And this a hint to how it happens as it happens:

  • a first sight, perhaps for a second
  • you look around, you see many other things and the first sight stills stays in your mind
  • you feel some kind of attraction
  • you don`t know why but you feel the fact that it is as it is
  • and you slightly begin to realize that there is some hidden meaning, some meaning thogh you don`t know what kind of meaning

I can tell you that this probably will happen to you wherever you are in the world.

How do you thing about? Do you agree?

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Chinese language is body-language (6) – an apple is not an apple –

When remembering the experience in Düsseldorf I begin to understand one important difference between the German and Chinese way of writing / painting graphics and letters. We know about the meaning of a letter and a word, independent from writing this letter or word in a proper way. So we do not feel any necessity to write in a proper way, with concentration or full awareness. We know: an apple is an apple. And if we write this word in a readable way it is ok to do so.

To me it seems that this is quite different to ………..

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