Schlagwort-Archive: blogging

Sommerzeit…

ist für viele Ferienzeit. Die Sommerpause hier hatte andere Gründe: neuer, zusätzlicher (und ziemlich cooler) Nebenjob, private Turbulenzen, diverse Krankheiten und Wehwehchen (ich werde immer krank, wenn ich theoretisch weniger Stress habe als sonst, wodurch sich der Stresslevel dann doch erhöht…).

Wenn ich rausgehe oder aus dem Fenster schaue, bin ich mir in den letzten Tagen gar nicht so sicher, ob wir dieses Jahr in dieser Gegend überhaupt nen richtigen Herbst mit seinen unterschiedlichen Phasen bekommen, oder ob es nicht ziemlich direkt von Sommer auf Spätherbst gesprungen ist, das Wetter.

So oder so: Sommerpause vorbei, Puteus aquarum viventium wieder da!

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Silence

…well, ok, this is no podcast, so silence is probably not the right word.

I was planning to write about this discussion between FSSPX- priest Gaudron and Prof. Berger. I started, didn’t like the result, and finally didn’t post anything. Also I was juggling some things in my mind, about my study plans, some private stuff, some things that are faith-related as well.

There isn’t really an excuse for not posting, but I’ll try to not let that happen again.

Drawing Pure Waters from a Hidden Spring?

Christopher West wrote a great commentary on John Paul IIs Theology of the Body. One chapter has this title, which I found fitting for me and this blog. For those who don’t know yet what the Theology of the Body is about, here’s a short video on youtube, and more about this topic will follow on this blog.

A new beginning

To be honest: this is not my first blog. I abandoned my first one before it received any readers. Several things just didn’t fit anymore, starting with the blogs name. Maybe I’ll post a link to it somewhen later.

So, who am I and why am I blogging?

I was born in 1983 in Germany, was converted to the roman-catholic Church in 2006 (was converted, because it is not something you do like choosing a new pair of pants. It is a grace, a gift by God that you can accept or not), hold a Bachelor of Arts degree (which is totally worthless in Germany) and will go back to uni this fall. Other than that: currently discovered John Paul II „Theology of the Body“, very recently started to try living according to catholic standards when it comes to relationships and so on and noticing some remarkable changes since then. My depression hasn’t gone, but it got better.

If you think by now that this will be another catholic single girl blog: yes. Another blog by someone with emotional issues: also yes. But I am working on this one.

Still here?

Welcome.