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Mess in my closet inspo

Happy Monday and thanks for all your comments on my previous post, I find writing about difficult topics a course in personal growth.

Came across some simply stunning imagery from the blog messinmycloset, like I always do I just select a sample. I really encourage you to look at the remaining here. The model is a natural beauty for sure. Also to be found at What do you think?DSC_0101 DSC_0199 DSC_0208
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On History and Politics

Learned about Cambodian dictator Pol Pot from the documentary “Pol Pot – Tyrant & Dictator” and the 1984 movie release “The Killing Fields.” Pol Pot reigned from 1976-1979 supported by the military unit Khmer Rouge. The goal, an agricultural society inspired by the ideas of Mao Zedong aimed to ban all Western influence. Citizens were collectivized in villages, working for 12-15 hours a day. Poor nutrition lead to mass deaths due to diseases and exhaustion.

The Pol Pot regime executed people connected to the old regime and other intellectuals, approximately 1,5 and 2 million people were killed under these circumstances scientists claims. Numbers from the archives of Khmer Rouge´s secret police, Santebal, counts 600 000. Ten thousands of Khmer Rouge´s own were also executed on suspicion of untrustworthiness. Torture was a feature of the Pol Pot regime. Pol Pot died in 1998. (Source: snlsnl)

With these more dark sides of politics, I hope you are having a wonderful Sunday. I add stories like these to focus on learning and knowledge.

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The Cup

Tom Schilling delighted my evening last night in the movie “A Coffee in Berlin,” entirely in black and white. Depicting the university drop out Niko Fischer on a journey wandering the Berlin streets, random encounters and the quest for a cup of coffee. I loved Tom Schilling in “Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter,” he also did a great job in “A Coffee in Berlin.”

Enclosed a peek into my book collection and a cup. Enjoyed reading ever since I opened a biography about Mozart in elementary school. Happy Saturday.

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