How can our governments take our human rights when they are not in a position to give or take them in the first place?
I dream about a future where children again can learn proper skills and subjects like in former times. A new Renaissance.
Visiting an art museum made me think about our way of viewing sick children then and now and how we now ought to rethink ways of recovering from fresh air and sunshine, among other natural cures
New architecture mix with the old and well known in Copenhagen
This photo was taken in March 2019; who would have thought that one year later, our world had changed in a way we who are alive now have never witnessed. The photo shows an everyday situation here in Denmark. Since the 1980s, new mothers have gathered in groups according to the time of their newborn’s birth. They meet privately at […]
Just to show you some historical buildings in Copenhagen which are still used by the military. The paths on the ramparts are ideal for walks and running exercise, and you get a view over the harbour and the area of the Little Mermaid. I have made posts before on this subject but in fine weather, the atmosphere and architecture inspire […]
I admire artists who were able to combine their art with a creative beautiful home.
Michael gave Anna room for her painting and today she is even more cherished for her use of light and colour
Here are 4 reasons why the Pilgrims left the comforts of Holland 400 hundred years ago for the uncertainties of the American wilderness. — Read on www.beautifulchristianlife.com/blog/4-reasons-why-the-pilgrims-came-to-america
My last post was about the area in Aarhus that once was one of the barracks in Aarhus. Now a centre for culture, concerts and art exhibitions. ARoS is a spectacular building with a glass roof ring, a piece of art by Danish/ Icelandish Olafur Elisson. Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) was far ahead of his time. I can’t believe […]
Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark and only one hour’s drive from us. Whenever we go there, my husband is reminded of his time as a soldier in his youth. Standing on his post in front of the clock on the City Hall, time was put on a standstill, especially during the hours before dawn. Where the former barrack once was is now a music hall and a renowned art museum called ARoS Fifty years ago, my brother and I went for a holiday in Aarhus. He took a picture of me at the site of the pig sculpture. I remember I found it a bit ridiculous. It’s strange how some things get stuck into your memory forever.