How the story ends/Wie die Geschichte ended

Joyous Monday, dear friends. I am sending you healing energy and hope you are all well and, if not, that you have all the help that you need. I was watching The Witcher Blood Origin, and one of the characters said: Control the story, control the world!

And isn’t that what’s happening currently? The world changes dramatically, and everybody tries to control the story. Can we trust what we are told? I have no idea. Maybe we can, maybe we can’t. In the end, I guess, we have to trust our instincts and hope for the best.

Do we have the power to say: This is not how the story is going to end? I very much hope so!

At any given moment you have the power to say: this is not how the story is going to end


Please, stay safe, stay kind and remember: you rock!

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Freudigen Montag, liebe Freunde. Ich sense Euch heilende Energie und hoffe, dass es Euch allen gut geht und wenn nicht, dass Ihr alle Hilfe habt, die Ihr braucht. Ich habe “The Witcher Blood Origin” gesehen und einer der Charaktere sagte: Kontrolliere die Story, kontrolliere die Welt!

Und ist das nicht das, was gerade passiert? Die Welt verändert sich dramatisch und jeder versucht, die Story zu kontrollieren. Können wir dem vertrauen, was uns gesagt wird? Ich habe keine Ahnung. Vielleicht können wir, vielleicht können wir nicht. Am Ende, denke ich, müssen wir unseren Instinkten vertrauen und auf das Beste hoffen.

Haben wir die Macht zu sagen: So wird die Geschichte nicht enden? Ich hoffe es sehr!

Ihr habt jederzeit die Macht zu sagen: So wird die Geschichte nicht enden


Bitte bleibt sicher, bleibt freundlich und denkt dran: Ihr seid grossartig!

7 thoughts on “How the story ends/Wie die Geschichte ended

  1. I wish I had the time to learn two languages, but I do like that you feature both on your blog. Sadly we can only control our own story, or the story we’ve been watching for the last three years would have changed!

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    1. I am glad you like it that I do it in both languages. I suspect learning a language is a life-long endeavor because I still learn new things about English. I find it a good start though to do 5 minutes daily of Duolingo. It gives you the basics and the vocabulary of a new language and it’s so much fun. It’s not too much time daily. I fell out of my routine recently but I am doing Irish, Spanish & Chinese and brushing up on French & Dutch. 🤗 you are right about the stories but I assume it might even be a different story of the last 100 years 😇

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      1. My experience is that you only learn the speaking bit if you do it and listen to it. I feel I learned a lot of English while listening to English radio. I didn’t understand a word at first but subconscious it seems to have helped me with pronunciation.🤗

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    1. I don’t blame you. Chronic pain is a pain literally 😎 But the “story” is also about the narrative we attach to our life. If you can’t change something change your attitude they say. It apparently, helps with pain too. When I went through cancer treatment I read “Mindfulness for Health” by the people. It made a difference in how I dealt with the pain still there where I had the operation 🤗

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