Once being named “Church of the Assumption am Leech“. Today name’s “University Church Maria”. I call it “The Church of Roses” due to those gorgeous roses blooming in its yard. According to Graz Urban Touch, this church’s even older than anyone’s great-grandpa. The Church’s history began in pre-Christian era in Urnfield culture period (1300 BC to 750 BC). The Urnfield culture (c. 1300 BC – 750 BC) was a … Continue reading The Church of Roses
A small wish to have a story read by someone. It’s practical for me when I can learn something new and establish a connection with friends around. I’m not sure, however whether they want to read me a story or it’s practical for them. Sometimes, I think I’m asking too much. We’re not that close. I can’t return the favor by joining in small talks … Continue reading Could you read me a story?
I have just finished the book “Tuesday with Morrie” by Mitch Albom. The story moved me, even stronger than his another book “For one more day”. And then I saw this post. Today is Tuesday. The drawing is beautiful. The caption hits me right in the center. I suddenly teared while brushing my teeth. Life is so good to me, being able to experience what … Continue reading Tuesdays – good days
Gösting (from Slavic gostinca = hostel, or gozd = mountain forest) is the 13th city district of Graz, in the Austrian province of Styria. It is situated in the north-west of the city between the river Mur and the Plabutsch mountain and the range north of it on which the ruined Gösting Castle is located. Wikipedia According to Wikipedia, the place Gösting was found in the 12th century. In 18th century the castle in the region was ruined almost completely due … Continue reading Gösting Castle Ruins -Burgruine Gösting
I lived in the EastI moved to the West I’m on the chase of happiness and home I’m a stranger of some new landsin which I learnwhat’s lost and gained Many years beforemany years later Proud to be the one facing fears, witnessing miracles Continue reading On my way
“How can you capture these moments?” asked my friend I spend days in parks. I gave them a joke. I didn’t tell them “it just happens a lot here. It’s hard to miss.” These beautiful moments are not common in Sai Gon where we lead a hectic life. It’s not common because not many parents and children share the same value of love with nature. … Continue reading A mother and her child
When did I begin to find comfort only in yellow lights? I had no idea. Before knowing, I bought a yellow desk lamp. Then I started using it. I also moved it to a new house. As many as it could be, I ask my roommates whether I could turn white lights off. I had got into the habit of indirectly using the warm yellow … Continue reading Did you find comfort in yellow lights?