36 Questions to fall in love – XXV

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 24, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XXIV

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 23, you can find it here.

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Poem: Tanya

This is a poem I wrote for Tanya a little while ago. I wrote in another entry, that I deleted all pictures and texts from her to not be reminded of her and to be able to let go some day. However, I cannot delete this poem. I wrote it in 2016, after we got back together. I still feel the same emotions reading it now, as I had when writing it. I write so much about her, so you can get some background. I am not sure what she would say reading it here, but that’s unlikely, as she doesn’t follow this block and maybe visited it twice in 7+ months. The sad thing is, that I lost her in the end.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XXIII

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 22, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XXII

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 21, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XXI

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 20, you can find it here.

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Musings on Love – V

Today I had a wonderful call with three very dear friends. Well, wonderful might be the wrong word, as we spoke about what happened during the last months and there are always good and bad things that occur. But being able to be vulnerable with other people and having the feeling that someone is really listening to you and is trying to understand is something wonderful.

At the moment, a big part of our talks is about love. I took a bit of time to reflect about what they were saying and also what I was saying as I process through talking.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XX

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 19, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XIX

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 18, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XVIII

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 17, you can find it here.

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Macklemore – Same Love

As I got vaccinated yesterday, and lack energy, I want to share one of my most beloved songs: Macklemore – Same Love. Agreed, this track is not the newest, but still one of my favorites. It is about accepting who you are and who others are. It is about overcoming fear and it is about spreading love. Remember, love is universal and it something we all share. Love can unite us.

Much love from Berlin!

Stephan

What does self-love mean?

A few days ago, I logged into Facebook again. I don’t use it really and maybe every 3-4 weeks I just check it for a few minutes. That day it so happened that I saw a picture with a quote along the lines like “self-love is not candles and a hot bath, but a life you don’t want to escape from”. As I don’t want to swallow any quote that gets shared or reads nice, I took some time to reflect about it.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XVII

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 16, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XVI

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 15, you can find it here.

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36 Questions to fall in love – XV

I think it is only fair that you get to know me a little bit better to understand how I think and how my brain works in order to put my writings into perspective and to draw your own conclusions. This is why I, once about every ten days, answer one of the questions from the New York Times question series: 36 Questions – How to fall in love.

If you want to start at the very beginning, you can find question 1 here.

And if you just missed the last answer to question 14, you can find it here.

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