“Seeking happiness outside ourselves is like waiting for sunshine in a cave facing north.”
Sting was on our program of the Paleo Festival in Nyon, Switzerland, yesterday. No matter how often you see Sting in concert, it is always magic.
As an extra we could see Passenger before. So there we were in the pouring rain, our naked feet in the mud and there stands this guy alone on stage with his guitar and is enchanting the public with musical poetry. He made our evening and he made my day today despite my lack of sleep.
Passenger did not sing this one yesterday night but you just have to hear it:
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Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons, Easter, an invitation to a christening, religion based conflicts world-wide, heated exchange about religion with a teenager. Questions about religion have been keeping me busy lately. And not only me.
Religion has always been and will always be a big global topic. Unfortunately it does not only bring us the inner and outer peace we are longing for. But the fault does not lay with the religions themselves but due to pure human stupidity and narrow-mindedness.
Maybe if we all converted to the religion of a great, much admired human being, the world could finally become a better one:
This is a very personal blog entry with which I want to thank someone very special for simply existing.
Life might not be easy for you these days. But there have always been ups and downs over the years and after a down there has always been an up. The following quote could have been yours, but it is from a fellow musician. This is what you have repeated again and again and which makes you what you are today, better than you used to be.
Maybe it can be useful for anyone else out there: