Tag Archives: winter

December in Germany

Pictures from my visit to Göttingen and Hanover – Germany, December 2018

Christmas for Atheists

Christmas is a holiday that beats all holidays around the world. And it doesn’t matter how much you can argue, Christmas remains the most magical holiday of all times.  I was brought up in a Christian house, and surely Christmas was and still is  part of our winter holiday season. Even though we live in […]

Goodbye January

Originally posted on Strawberry Fields:
January, the coldest of months, where is your fresh beginning? Where are the dreams and hopes you have promised? January, the month of mystery, the month of melancholy, where nothing is lucid and pure. January, Where is your faith in us and humanity? Where is your cordiality? I sense nothing but…

Christmas Eve (pt.1)

I would like to dedicate this post for wishing all my readers/subscribers/followers a very merry Christmas. There is nothing I can add except that I wish you all don’t feel as gloomy as I am. Even though I shouldn’t, I have my friends and family by my side. Sometimes I wish Christmas wasn’t such a […]

Into the Essence of Cold

Wonder and wonder, where all lies and goes, between the roofs and the higher trees, all of which melancholic. Grieving with love, cleansing, what goes beyond this God forsaken place, wretched with hope. The desires of the green land are desperate to evolve, to become pure and crystal. All lost in the sea of faith […]

Goodbye January

January, the coldest of months, where is your fresh beginning? Where are the dreams and hopes you have promised? January, the month of mystery, the month of melancholy, where nothing is lucid and pure. January, Where is your faith in us and humanity? Where is your cordiality? I sense nothing but vain and agony. Frigid January, […]