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Artby – Mirjam Hirch

Modern Symbols Market Tradition

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To be healthy means to be rich. This reality is widely understood and accepted within contemporary western society. The trend is towards a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Aspects that have been associated with traditional, alternative beliefs are turning into an exclusive “postmodern“ way of life which is uncritical of consumption and consumerism.Not to save the [&hellip... more →

My World In My Kitchen

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My World In My Kitchen Food and how we prepare food is one of the most central aspects of daily life. More intimate than our language can ever be, cooking expresses most eloquently our personal creativity as well as cultural mythologies and beliefs. When you take away the food you take away the culture and [&hellip... more →

Voiceless Participation

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Who wants to be a dead end hero? Here the following instruction of soldiers who successfully deserted the US army: There is an early way out. Don’t hang your head. Hold your tongue and don’t attract attention. There is enough time for making your voice heard at a later point. More and more US soldiers [&hellip... more →

Barbarity of Scientific Times

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“The Stone Age may return on the gleaming wings of science” warned Winston Churchill in his Sinews of Peace Address in 1946. This statement seems to ring as true in contemporary times as back then. Diverse contemporary so-called western sciences are not open but very much closed systems, seemingly becoming more and more so. Science [&hellip... more →

Healthy Questions

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Who does not want to be in the best of health? And who can say of himself to enjoy health, life, the world to the fullest or knows many people who are completely healthy, physically and mentally? Health is a universal human aspiration and a basic human need. So much more do we become aware [&hellip... more →

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