Monthly Archives: July 2011

On Love and Afterlove. Story 12.

  – Why didn’t you tell me? – I asked Lasse the same question 17 years later in New York at an animation event where he was the star of the night presenting his films and I was the designated … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 11.

Every beginning contains also the DNA of it’s end. It took 6 months for the DNA of our relationship to reveal all it’s secrets and bring it to the decline. 6 month packed with activity worth of 2 years, a … Continue reading

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Fundraising. Story 9: Preparation.

I forget which one of the world’s religions give this advise: – Be prepared!  Am sure they meant spiritual preparedness, but preparedness comes in handy in the material world, too.  Robin Hayes and Kay Churchill had set a date for … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 10.

Humans are prone to forget pain. If the memories of pain were too vivid the human race would have died out long ago, because women wouldn’t had had more than one child as the first delivery pain would stop them … Continue reading

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