Thinking about the Future and reflecting about the Past and about what is going on in the Present

This is what I wrote a couple of days ago here: https://auntyuta.com/2021/08/04/wednesday-diary-4th-of-august-2021 Wednesday Diary – 4th of August 2021 There is something that I do not like, namely how I neglect again and again writing down things that are of importance to me. There are now so many long very lonely hours when I have timeContinue reading “Thinking about the Future and reflecting about the Past and about what is going on in the Present”

First large-scale study of migrant and refugee women in Australia reveals a third have experienced domestic and family violence

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-06-30/first-national-study-of-migrant-and-refugee-women/100233196 By Sally Brooks Anigah* says her ex-husband would change their wi-fi password every week and not tell her. “I could never get on the internet to read up on anything,” she says. Having just migrated to Australia, it meant she had to rely solely on him for information, she says. Family and domestic violence supportContinue reading “First large-scale study of migrant and refugee women in Australia reveals a third have experienced domestic and family violence”

What Goethe said

25 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Quotes that Will Change the …https://www.goalcast.com › 2019/04/02 › johann-wolfg… 2 Apr 2019 — Here are 25 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe quotes that will change the way you see yourself and others. A man sees in the world what he carries … Born: August 28, 1749 Died: March 22, 1832 https://www.thoughtco.com/goethe-zitate-german-english-quotations-4069390 German to English Translations of HisContinue reading “What Goethe said”

About Grieving

A good friend of mine pointed out to me that the Grieving Process can take a long time. I googled ‘Grieving Process’ and ended up reading this article: https://www.verywellmind.com/decisions-to-delay-if-youre-grieving-4065127 The heading is as follows: Avoid Making Big Decisions After Experiencing a Death By Chris Raymond  Reviewed by Rachel Goldman, PhD, FTOS Updated on July 21, 2020 . . .Continue reading “About Grieving”

Caress / Ache

https://berlioz1935.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/caress-ache/ Posted on 29/03/2015 by Berlioz1935’s Blog Yesterday my wife and I went to Sydney to see a play by the Australian playwright Suzie Miller, “Caress / Ache”. We like those little outings as they give us the opportunity to see the “Big Smoke” and leave our humdrum existence in the outer reaches of New South WalesContinue reading “Caress / Ache”

Life’s greatest Achievement

I think this is well said by Eileen: “Sixty years of marriage convinced me that the commitment relationship of marriage is designed to both challenge and enable us to come to truly know and grow in love for another imperfect human being. I have also recognized that sex isn’t just for pleasure or even propagation.Continue reading “Life’s greatest Achievement”

Sophia Charlotte Queen of Prussia

https://www.fembio.org/english/biography.php/woman/biography/sophie-charlotte-knigin-in-preussen/ BIOGRAPHIES Sophie Charlotte Königin in Preußen Sophia Charlotte Queen of Prussia born on October 30, 1668 in Iburg near Osnabrückdied on February 1, 1705 in Hannover300th anniversary of her death on February 1, 2005 Biography • Literature & Sources BIOGRAPHY She was left with little time to pursue her diverse interests. Sophia Charlotte died of pneumonia inContinue reading “Sophia Charlotte Queen of Prussia”

Remember Leibniz

“Remember Leibniz” is included in the above blog by Pepe Escobar. Peter Spengler also called attention to Leibniz’s Novissima Sinica, and particularly to an essay by Manfred von Boetticher on Leibniz and Russia, represented by Tsar Peter the Great, in which the role of Russia as a bridge between Europe and China is emphasized. Even though Leibniz,Continue reading “Remember Leibniz”

US Sanctions, Crisis in EU-Russia Relations: Does Russia Hold the Key to German Sovereignty?

A more sovereign Germany closer to Russia and China may be the straw that breaks the US hegemon’s back By Pepe EscobarGlobal Research, February 17, 2021Region: Europe, Russia and FSUTheme: Global Economy, US NATO War Agenda All Global Research articles can be read in 27 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home pageContinue reading “US Sanctions, Crisis in EU-Russia Relations: Does Russia Hold the Key to German Sovereignty?”