für Anästhesie, Intensivmedizin, Homöopathie
After the heavy traffic accident and evil illness of my woman
we were accompanied by relatives, friends, friends, employees
and colleagues and a piece was far carried. We felt for it deep
That's why – and because I felt the accident day as the
second birthday of my woman – we invited to a big "birthday
party". We connected this celebration with a concert of Classical-Indian
music. It played Stephanie Bosch from Bonn, Partho Sarothy from
Kalkuta and Arup Sengupta from Aachen.
please to the connection which is given below to look at
the report on the event.
Donation for Indian street children
Thanks speech of my woman 8/29/2009:
I know that I am privileged in some areas and suffer, so to speak,
at high level. To me is aware that numerous people enjoy less
or no assistance, support and support. Therefore, I wanted no
presents, but a financial contribution to an auxiliary project
for Indian street children. (For Andheri help Bonn)
About that you find information in the newspaper beside the black
hat. In one, from themselves formed and performed, play these
children call to her audience: „Nevertheless, our life
and our problems interest to You a shit mud.“ I believe,
this is honest and dreadful. And I say myself: A lot I do not
act, but at least a little. And this is better, in any case,
than nothing. Thanks in the name of the children for your present
Today you experience a concert more classically of Indian music
which will be foreign to many of You. We do not expect unrestrained
enthusiasm from all. An Indian would be as a rule without foreknowledge
also not there and away from Beethoven, Bach or ecclesiastical
music. Nevertheless, we think that it is worthwhile to listen
sometimes to such music with the instruments flute, Sarod and
Tabla. Maybe the first getting to know and musical sniffing.
Who feels of it appealed, then can find out still further.
I myself feel the music as very meditative and reassuring and
can listen to her for hours. For me she reflects a non-linear
attitude to life and thinking which makes rather the circular
movement and spiral movement perceptible than just from a starting
point to a terminator point striving line.