Casa Camper Berlin
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... the life/death spectrum of the human experience, but that fact that it existed proves that it is a possible point on that spectrum to reach. And it is so important that we never forget that. It is so important that we come to these places so that we can become witnesses to death and destruction, and see how catastrophic hate can be.
In my last post I talked about how every action is significant. I talked about how it is important ...
... bridge until quite late on several evenings.
I did a walking tour around Berlin and saw Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate), the Holocaust Memorial and the site of Hitler's bunker, which is now a car park surrounded by nondescript apartments, there is nothing to mark its' former usage. We viewed the remains of the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, Gendarmenmarkt, Neue Wache (War Memorial) and ...
... bunk bed.
You nostalgia for new experiences,
You expat never exiting.
You creativity, you trust, you complete lack of angst,
you every familiar embrace.
You dream-chaser, you carpe diem, you dance anyway,
you every hopeless cliche.
Berlin, my dearest, you thief.
You collection of stolen hearts.
You every past and future.
You home now.
You bring me, finally, ...
... junction with some even bigger buildings surrounding it. As we approached the Brandenburg Gate from the side, we walked through an art installation in memory of the Holocaust. It was a series of concrete blocks of different shapes and sizes, it looked almost like gravestones, but much bigger. When we got to the middle of it, it become apparent that the stones in the middle were actually much larger than those on the edge and that the ground had been ...
... slices of history. There is an exhibition dedicated to the Rise of Hitler’s Dictatorship (from 1933), and, at the same ...