Malte Lerch, rest in Peace

In Memory of Malte Lerch, a beggar who have been murderd by Nazis in Schleswig, in North of Germany.

I’m a Christian
I’m Muslim
I’m Buddhist
I am white, yellow, red and black.
I am a child, adult and old
I’m alive but I died many times because of so much ignorance, intolerance and social difference ruling the world.

I wish a new year with peace and love.
Even if I do not find this feeling in all hearts, I found it last Saturday, through three angels I met on the streets of Kiel.

The first angel I met was a blond, sweet Lady.

She  gave me a candy in gratitude when I left her passes before me in the supermarket Queue.

The second angel was the leader of Gospelchor Holtenau.

During a concert in which he conveyed a word of tolerance and love for asylum seekers

The third angel was a beggar.

On the way home, I gave him a coin. In gratitude he gave me a sincere and truthful smile.
For me, this is the real Christmas feeling.

Malte Lerch, rest in peace!

Autorin: Miss Froggy

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Exu Caveira

Which moment you die? In the future or now? We never know when the death take us. Do you gather enough Information to know the Purgatory exist in the present at your minds? That´s the point. You live in the present. You die in the present.  Take care of your PRESENT to avoid heartbreaking when you awake up! I am Exu. I felt a lot of pain, madness, surrealism created by myself.  The suffering teach you being free of Tribulation, transforming you in a better person.

Exu Caveira

Eshu Caveira is a cemetery guardian in the cult of Umbanda

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Socrates

“To fear death, gentlemen, is no other than to think oneself wise when one is not, to think one knows what one does not know. No one knows whether death may not be the greatest of all blessings for a man, yet men fear it as if they knew that it is the greatest of evils.”

Sōkrátēs (470/469 – 399 BC) was a Greek  philosopher