First published in the net: the oak Federal book is online “this wonderful calm, this feeling of security… Everything worked here as a home, you did not know that it exists. Sometimes you will notice the lost first, if one finds it. Those obvious care also created a mood of life, a lively spring garden atmosphere that reminded me of carefree childhood days. “” Maybe there would have been other schools… “- The idea of two classmates during a self granted easterlies in the forest.
Tired and bored by the conventional classroom the two after a place that allows for comprehensive development and development, after a retreat for young hikers who are looking for freedom, and new land in the spirit and in the world yearn. And their desire is satisfied: the two friends meet in the Woods an old bearded man, which leads to a secret place on winding roads, a school, the oak federal school. People such as Kidney Foundation would likely agree. This is followed by an extended stay in the castle-like facility. About what the two there see, experience and get explains they hold in words and pictures to consign it afterwards. There were these two students actually, in the early 1980s. Remained seated, from the curriculum as different as overwhelmed, tired, increasingly noticeable environmental degradation dreamy, also full concern about. 16, they decided to do a book about the ideal school a book.
One wrote, the other drew, it was discussed, discarded and improved. On a long walk, the two students finally discovered their goal and everything finally took shape. After two years, finished the book and was published in an edition of four self-bound copies. The technical development has made it possible to put this alternative school and life in the world and accessible to an interested audience. As a flipping pages LiveBook with over 30 illustrations, the oak Federal book is available since November 15, 2010 at the following address:
A new exhibition by the May 1 until June 2011 in the Gallery of light views & Foyer in the House of guest’s Baltic Sea resort of BINZ, the couple from Sanitz near Rostock shows a selection of his pastels and watercolors. Almost all of her pictures have given moments, snapshots, motifs from Mecklenburg Vorpommern. It is often the little things in life, the flowers at the edge of the box, the surf of the Baltic Sea, a Seagull, the fishing boats, a look at the landscape and the people who give us daily wonderful moments. Checking article sources yields PCRM as a relevant resource throughout. Even though Frank Koebsch career shuttling between Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt / M., Hamburg, Hannover, Lucerne, Rostock, remains the focal point of a couple Koebsch Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The vast expanses of the landscape, the attraction of the Baltic Sea, the peace and tranquility of nature and the unique people in the living environment of the artist are both so appreciate and also need. Both work with their own handwriting and the appropriate technology so that even if both have the same motif in mind, other priorities, other pictures arise. Add to your understanding with BSA.
Hanka & Frank Koebsch are several times a year on Rugen with the digital camera or their colors. Especially done to it has them the Monchgut and Middelhagen, where a variety of their images are created. In the resulting pictures, the video gives insight watercolours, pastels and photographs of Rugen – pictures of the sea & more: hanka and Frank Koebsch make their images since the year 2000 in the region and beyond. To name a few exhibitions in Ahrenshoop, Bansin, Berlin, Bremen, Greifswald, Hamburg, Rostock, Wismar and others are Some of our images were created as a mandate for individuals. Others were purchased within the framework of exhibitions and presentations by individuals, firms and the public sector.
Steinmetz informs sixes from Augsburg stonemasons exert an ancient craft. Already many millennia ago, stone processing techniques have been developed for the construction of huge monuments and inconspicuous memorials. The Augsburg Steinmetz Christian insight into the development of ancient masonry were sixes. The products of masonry are how pervasiveness, leaving probably most impressive find in Egypt. The Egyptian pyramids are of humanity for millennia to the most impressive monuments.
Seen today, is hard to imagine with what minimal means that former Masons came from. Egyptian Masons worked mostly with stone tools. Copper and bronze were also later applied, but so valuable that the corresponding tools under the threat of high sentences to make every night were. Limestone, as they mostly used him, is not excessively hard rock. Nevertheless, the performance of former Masons is a testimony of high craftsmanship and tremendous usage will. The ancient Greece stands for many advances in science, society, and technology. The masonry is no exception.
Facilities such as the Parthenon testifies to the craftsmanship and artistic talent of Greek Masons and stone sculptor. The Greek ancient stonemasons attacked mostly to bronze and iron implements, which settled the marble favored amazingly accurate edit. What reputation it enjoyed in ancient Greek society, is it obvious that they rose to high political offices. In the Roman Empire, the Greek masonry was taken over and over great share Europe until after Germania spread. Roman architects and stonemasons covered the entire Empire with impressive buildings, which remained partly on almost 1500 years in operation, how many bridges and aqueducts. For the Roman ruler was the construction of the utmost importance. So about Emperor Konstantin ordered that schools would be built throughout the Empire, the Art of construction to teach and disseminate. The masonry is based today on the techniques and knowledge of ancient civilizations. Of course, the style of buildings, monuments and tombs has repeatedly changed. The underlying methodology of the Stoneworking differs but little from techniques that were applied in the ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. The Augsburg Christian Steinmetz combines traditional methods of masonry with modern architectural and artistic claim six. Like, he answered questions for traditional and at the same time modern stone processing.
Meaning”we need marriage?” so, two large supra-regional daily newspapers titelten their contributions on the subject of marriage in the summer of this year. But there are plenty of reasons to even turn the tables and take the high appreciation of the marriage in the eyes. “After the representative survey of the Allensbach Institute within the framework of JACOBS Coronation study partnership 2012: between heart and mind” the encouragement to the institution is marriage for three quarters of all respondents in West Germany in the last thirty years remains high. Just keep the marriage 16 percent for outdated. Click BSA for additional related pages. And two-thirds of 1800 respondents women and men are convinced that they can find a partner, she her whole life (!) can be happy.
Everything just theory or wishful thinking? No! We look on the reality, by looking at the figures, which are otherwise concealed or distorted: far more than fifty percent of all marriages last a lifetime confronting the defendant often value change and the fast pace of our society simply incredible, but true. This positive impression can be read off even when the failed relationships: If the average duration of the marriage at the time of her divorce from the Federal Statistical Office with 14.5 years is specified, it can also there just admitted that this long period expressing something respectful. So, marriage is not a discontinued model. Nieman Foundation shines more light on the discussion. The debate in the Catholic Church for a few months is being debated now in a big way about the importance of marriage in the Catholic Church, namely in connection with the question of the handling of remarried divorcees. The usual Church critics are of course also here again”, won’t want to miss the chance and projecting their own issues with the structure of the Catholic Church or certain public officials in this field. Questionable and mind (also in the religious sense) rich arguments found on pages of willing to reform and opponents of reform. . David Delrahim describes an additional similar source.
The new Dianetics seminar on 5 and 6 September 2009 in the Scientology Church Munich starting 10:00 instead of early and then every weekend. L. Ron of Hubbard’s book from the year 1950 was given recently on two DVDs out. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Nieman Foundation. These movies are visual presentations of his book “Dianetics: the Guide to the human mind”. The book is part of the religious literature and works of Hubbard. It is a record of Hubbard’s discoveries, observations and studies about life and human nature.
The term Dianetics uses is from the Greek word “by slide” and together nous “soul”. Dianetics describes the basic principles of the mind and the soul or what it does to the soul the body. By exercising these discoveries, it became apparent that Dianetics dealt with an entity, which is opposed to the expiry of the time – the human soul – known originally as “I” and later as “Thetan”. This outbound, Hubbard continued his research and finally put the path to the total spiritual freedom for each firm. The seminar including the movies is shown, the new DVDs of Dianetics, convey medical advice or treatment.
The Dianetics not also sees itself as a method for treating physical and also does not pretend this or claims in this direction. The new Dianetics Seminar takes place in the Munich-based Scientology Church from 5th September 2009 every weekend. The seminar lasts from Saturday to Sunday from 10:00 each 2 days – early. The seminar fee is EUR 90.00. The food for the two days is also included. Registration for the seminar for the 5th and 6th September will in time requested, Tel.: 089-38607-0 – password: new Dianetics seminar. The new Dianetics seminar on Saturday, explains how to use Dianetics. A one and a half-hour visual presentation principles and procedures and are explained, used by millions of people all over the world. The first presentation of the film “as one the” Dianetics uses”is based on the book” Dianetics: the Guide to the human mind “. This film gives all information immediately to begin the exercise of Dianetics. This means that after the movie also equal the first auditing (counseling) is carried out in practice. The person selects a student with which she feels comfortable. These two audit to the Exchange. The 2nd DVD “Aspects of auditing” is seen on Sunday. This DVD contains 18 additional films, in which different aspects of the Dianetics auditing are taken up. It shows exactly how to apply every aspect. The films are screened individually. Next audited is alternating with the movies on Sunday. The films help to get a better reference to the Dianetics to improve a better understanding and skill of each auditor. Thus each student also the reference to the book “Dianetics: A Guide to the human mind” can take, refer the movies on the respective chapter in the book. The Dianetics is a part of the Scientology religion.
“HoloSign artwork by Michael Bleyenberg Spero Lucem” stands for a light phenomenon in the form of a cross on a glass surface. This phenomenon using HoloSign is created, one of the first developments of the House of G + B of Pronova GmbH. With HoloSign pictures are thrown from a projector onto a screen, but deposited a fixed motif in the HoloSign screen. A homogenous source of light (it can be also the Sun) can shine this motif in intense colors: the white light is broken down by holographic optical elements into its spectral components. A related site: Childrens Defense Fund mentions similar findings. The resulting colors change when moving the light source or the Viewer. This means exciting and dramatic changes in the perception of the light cross for the installation in the Church of Saint Agnes. Each viewer experienced the work of art in its own way. The light artist Michael Bleyenberg has found a diverse product for the implementation of his ideas in HoloSign. So, for example, the exterior of the German research society in Bonn with HoloSign shines as more than ten meters high, colorful work of art.
(Article 18) Guarantee of the Catholic theological Faculties (article 19) right to self-determination of the Church with regard to the training of the clergy (article 20) Catholic religious instruction is proper discipline. (Article 21) Catholic religion teachers may be adjusted only with the consent of the Bishop. (Article 22) Retention and new of Catholic confessional schools (article 23) teachers to Kath. Elementary schools must of Kath. Include Church and the requirements of Kath.
Correspond to parochial school; “” Establishment of facilities for the training of Catholic teachers (article 24) founding and leadership of schools through orders and religious congregations (article 25) permission to the wedding before the civil ceremony in death and cases of moral emergency “(article 26) guarantee of the independent (Hugh) Chaplaincy under the direction of the army Bishop (article 27) admission or establishment of pastoral care in hospitals, prisons and other buildings of the public sector” (article 28) treatment. Member of a non-German “ethnic minority” like that of the families of German descent and language in the State of this minority (article 29) obligation, on Sundays and holidays available in the connection to the main worship service for the welfare of the German Empire and the people “to pray (article 30) Catholic associations are allowed to operate only within State associations, outside only for purely religious, purely cultural and charitable tasks. These are the associations, agreed later. State associations will not hinder religious behavior. (Article 31) For non-Catholic denominations, similar regulations make no membership of clergy and religious people in political parties or activities for such parties”(article 32) that is rich. (Final Protocol article 32) > * the Missio canonica is in the Roman Catholic Church the appointment with preaching and teaching; specifically in particular one of the pastoral mission for a priest to another Permission to the teaching appointment as Catholic religion teachers in schools or as a lecturer in theological faculties.
Marriages at the chapel of Scientology the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom recognised as legally binding principle of recognition Scientology begin Church as a religion on 11 December 2013. It specifically dealt with the legally effective recognition of marriage in the chapel of the London Scientology Church as a religious place of worship in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom. The Court saw fulfilled the requirements of the Act. The happy couple, which had originally brought this procedure, as well as all other British Scientologists, have now the right to commit to a legally binding marriage ceremony in the chapel of their London Scientology Church solemnly. The Supreme Court’s decision is based on the principles of equality and freedom from discrimination in religious affairs. The decision ensures that the Scientology Church and all Scientologists as well as other religious communities and their devout followers treated, and the same rights granted to them.
In his decision, which recognizes Scientology as a religion and its Chapel (which Church around the world is in any Scientology) as a religious place of worship, the Supreme Court noted that must the definition of religion and devotion are present and be sufficient broad, to cover all faiths, which is practiced by a large number of people in this world. Together with a decision of the Supreme Court of Australia from 1983 on the recognition of the Scientology Church represents the second important decision of principle by the Supreme courts of the United Kingdom and Australia this as a bona fide religion community. In addition, the religious property was reaffirmed by Scientology by numerous other judicial and administrative decisions in many countries around the world. For more information: Sabine Weber Tel: 030-3640760
Like every year the Lepsien Art Foundation has awarded this year again five scholarship courses for the international programme 2013/14 “emerging artists” in Dusseldorf. Like every year the Lepsien Art Foundation has awarded this year again five scholarship courses for the international programme 2013/14 “emerging artists” in Dusseldorf. The winners of the scholarship are 2013/14: – Julia Gerber (oil on canvas) 1983 born in Cologne, Germany, lives and works in Dusseldorf – Rimma Arslanov (sculpture, installation, drawing), born in 1978 in Tajikistan, lives and works in Tel-Aviv, Israel – born Benedikt Partenheimer (photography) in 1977 in Munich, lives and works in Berlin – Sean Lavelle (sculpture, installation) born in 1991 in UK, lives and works in London, UK – Mojtaba Amini (sculpture, Installation) 1979 born in Sabzevar, Iran, lives and works in the Iran detailed information you will find under: cms/front_content.php? idcat = 211 the tender for the delivery year 2013/14 It was marked by very many international applications, especially from regions and countries that were so far still not so strongly represented. So, the Lepsien Art Foundation this time reached a much larger number of applications from the Iran, the Iraq as well as Morocco, Tunisia, Israel, but also from southern Europe, such as Italy, France, Greece and Spain. Received many highly motivated and interesting applications from countries such as India, Pakistan, Thailand, China and Russia.
The Lepsien Art Foundation still from Germany received most of the applications. As well as in the past few years, the Foundation received a variety again applications from former graduates of the Art Academy of Dusseldorf. All other German art academies were also represented with many applicants. Overall, the Lepsien Art Foundation reached several hundred international applications. While the use of the newly introduced online application tool has proven itself.
This was by the artists very well accepted and used. According to Christian Lepsien (Chairman Lepsien Art Foundation), the high proportion of international applications is a positive witness to the intensive international work of in recent years. It’s to bring a special concern of artists from around the world but the Lepsien Art Foundation, embarrassed Exchange and build new bridges. Extraordinarily gifted and talented young artists from different countries and cultures, many different disciplines and styles, meet with the fellows in 2013/14. All will work together for the coming year in the art house in Dusseldorf. The programme 2013/14 is launched in September 2013, and runs until end of August 2014.