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Sascha Grabow

Life's Big Whys
Life Print
Written by Sascha Grabow   
Tuesday, 15 January 2008



Please ANYBODY challenge this personal philosophy

& have yours published & debated thoroughly here !!




Is there still anybody left out there in Germany (or in any of the Western Countries

for that matter) willing to risk their lives & be vulnerable in order to Gain Life?



-  If you rely on the system, you can't really expect to be much happier than the

    bulk of people in it.


-  Do not allow extended periods of physical neglect: Your body is your temple!


-  Nothing in Life compares to the satisfaction of being allowed to be an original

    thinker & actor!

-  Big companies are breeding corporate robots. Do a job you don't necessarily

    want do only if pay is good, it's for a limited period of time and you can stop

    any time you'd want to.

   Everything else is ultimately destructive to your health. Trying to get you

   into debt early in your life is the surest way they have to milk you to the point where 

   it's impossible to get anything else out of you.




Last Updated ( Monday, 21 December 2009 )
Plea for Emigration Print
Written by Sascha Grabow   
Wednesday, 06 October 2010


Plädoyer zur Emigration


(falls man seinen Partner

noch nicht gefunden hat!)


Wenn man von woanders herkommt,

dann ist man IMMER interessanter!


Das gilt für jede Person! Egal ob

weiß, schwarz, indisch, moslemisch!


Und zwar gerade eben, weil man einen anderen Background hat als alle anderen, die genau wie

Ihresgleichen (gleicher Kindergarten, gleiche Schule etc) aufgewachsen sind und aussehen. Das ist

spannend, belebt, und beleidigt sozusagen nicht die Intelligenz. Es ist, mit einem Wort, AUFREGEND!




Last Updated ( Monday, 01 November 2010 )
What does a human being really need: Print
Written by Sascha Grabow   
Thursday, 06 August 2009


1) a bed / place to rest your head

2) a shower a couple times a week

3) some rice & extras, fruits, vitamins, meat, energy

4) good books

5) use of a computer

6) freedom to roam Africa's streets


That's about it!   Cost?   Maybe 80$ per month!?? (in Uganda that is!)



Last Updated ( Monday, 19 April 2010 )
Travel - Life Print
Written by Tatiana & Sascha   
Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Tatiana in the Pyrenees, Southern France




I would like to ask you a (strange?) question ...

Have you ever liked someone so much that you didn't want to leave the place for a long time?

Do you have a certain place in mind whenever you feel like having a rest or break from travel?

How do you deal with these things?

I am much amazed by you, you look like real life ...
Myself I am a nomad too, no home, no address, always moving. l love to know that there are people like you, so spiritual to me.





Indeed I had this feeling of wanting to stay somewhere longer,
always when I met a very special person. It can happen in any
country or place. Meeting someone special like that is much
more important than traveling. Seeing different places and being
on the move is more for the time in between those encounters,
and also to give yourself new occasions for such an encounter.



Last Updated ( Monday, 09 January 2012 )
Discovery Print
Written by Sascha Grabow   
Wednesday, 06 October 2010



There's no shortcut to Experience ...

                                                       go for it !!  It will make you calmer!

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 January 2012 )

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