Posts tagged with: Germany


There are those moments when you hear a song that so perfectly fits someone you know that you can't help but think of them whenever it's played. These melodies become special and never leave your heart. Just as that special...
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Twelve months ago, I began my unexpected return to the US, after living in Germany for two and a half years. For my last nine days, I stayed with old friends in the Odenwald region. They wanted to make sure...
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When I returned to the U.S. in November of 2013, working on a film had never crossed my mind. I just wasn't there. I'd been in Germany since May of 2011, and knew I needed to restart my life here...
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When I heard this story out of Germany, I immediately thought of a quote from Mother Teresa: "Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand."...
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It’s November again and that means it’s time for NaNoWriMo 2013! What’s that, you ask? That’s National Novel Writing Month. Every November, wild and crazy writers begin to write a novel (or book) of at least 50,000 words in 30...
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Post by The world of author Lawrence D. Elliott.   For those of us getting ready to embark on the journey known as National Novel Writing Month, here’s a great speech for inspiration. It’s the keynote address at the 2013 Film Independent Forum,...
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“I’ve used the “F” word in the past. It’s not something I’m proud to admit. And I wasn’t comfortable seeing two guys kiss in public. Funny, seeing two women never affected me the same way. The internal conflict grew stronger...
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This is for those women who are in this situation, whether in America, Germany or elsewhere. Easier…Instead It’s really easier to love her the way a real man would. Instead it’s not that important to treat her the way you...
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This is a poem I wrote one evening as I sat in the corner of a room observing the activity and reflecting on my time here in Germany. It’s a beautiful country, but what I notice is often sad. A...
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