PG is where I live, and I love walking-distance.
Craig: “It is certainly a project worth considering involvement in several directions. I admire the simplicity and purpose, but is honest discussion without anger even conceivable anymore. it takes trust between all parties to make it work.”
HOLGER: Sorry, if I just repost. It’s just a beautiful video and some old photos of mine.
It inspires me to think about PacificGrove.directory and learn how things could be done.
Near the chickens, next to Robert Down School, a photographer had set up his camera…
Holger: What a challenge to develop and express with a few words the vision for this project! Please bear with me…
A facebook exchange… about this project… what it is about.
Suddenly Tessa saw a huge swarm of something flying… what is that!!?
Holger: I am not into talking politics, I am not good at arguing years, names and numbers; I am not trained in writing, I just risk doing it. We don’t need more entertainment, philosophies, or hope, but the experience of real human connection; to invite a fresh wind and some humble opportunities.
Holger: In coming together — with a fresh mind — we will discover and inspire change in ways we cannot figure out beforehand.
Holger: I’d love to keep you updated, or to occasionally reach out and ask you about your desires and interests. I’d like to ask you what “you” want to see fulfilled in such a unique project. The uniqueness and power I see in approaching it as a labor of love…
Holger: It seems that in the realm of opinions and preferences we might never find peace; something will always sneak in that makes us reject, pull back, or close down.
Holger: My overall interest is relevance, simplicity and a rather meditative approach. Our daughter is now almost 6 years old. I want her to meet interesting people in our neighborhood, who appreciate life and integrity.
The book is out, and the website is incubating: www.PoemsToPinch.com
Tom sent me a video from Garrapata Creek, from his property. Forces of nature…
Video: “Take a tour of the beautiful Ribera Beach, Carmel from a bird’s eye view.”
Holger: Being connected makes us human. Connection creates inlets and outlets to enjoy abundance. It feels good to be alive. (-; The invitation here is to embrace the Golden Rule, to treat each other the way we want to be treated. Free of pretentious and deceiving (marketing) language; dedicated to art and education. To stop competing and exploiting, and to exercise true self respect.