Archive for October, 2013

Kung Fu Panda

October 30, 2013

Kung_Fu_PandaKung Fu Panda (2008) – a most refreshing animated adventure movie that inspires lessons in life where there are “no accidents”. Lovable Po the Panda as the Dragon Warrior ultimately finding out  that his greatest weaknesses are his greatest strengths.

“One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.”

In action & inaction

October 28, 2013

I sometimes wonder, which is worse – the wrong action (which we may know as such in retrospect) or inaction. More often than not, I have known people, including myself, who regret the things they haven’t done than the things that they have, even though in retrospect some of them turned out to be the wrong action. How true: “If you risk nothing, then you risk everything.” Better in action than inaction.

Carpe diem

October 27, 2013

When it comes from the heart …

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da capo

October 13, 2013

da_capoda capo” – a fantastic novel by a fantastic world-renowned Bulgarian soprano – Alexandrina Pendatchanska (Alex Penda) – a versatile talent.

A voice that is engaging both on the opera stage and on the white paper.

A moving story about love, children-parents relationships and starting from scratch, which makes you think about the vicissitudes of life, the perplexities of past, present and future, and most importantly – the search for meaning and hope.

Birds and feasts

October 10, 2013

On nonchalance and the constant striving to accumulating things. ‘Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?’ (Mathew 6:26)

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Photo courtsey: Plamen Petrov (City Centre Sofia)

The Eyes of God

October 6, 2013

The Eyes of God – this is how this formation in the ceiling of Prohodna cave, which lets light in it – is called.  Awesome. This is the longest cave passage in Bulgaria – 262 metres (860 ft) long. Already on my travel agenda. 100 miles away from Sofia.

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Photo courtesy: Boryana Ganeva