Category Archives: social interest

ASCHOLDING: Industrielle Bauphasen eines idyllischen Dorfes

My idyllic hometown, Ascholding, received a hodge podge of oversized industrial buildings over night. Some structures are large enough to park the whole church inside. Was this necessary? Where will this insanity end? Im Jahr 2018 hat das idyllische Bachzeilendorf … Continue reading

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Mark Twain, a Master of Human Nature

Mark Twain is my American literary hero. Recently, I had a chance to take a picture with my idol at Tlaquepaque in Sedona. Wow! Our chat felt nice. Mark Twain, aka Samuel Clemens, was a journalist before he was a … Continue reading

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Give Up Facebook for Lent

It’s Lent. Now what? The choices for Lenten penance are as many as there are sins. Except for beer. I can’t give up Märzen and Doppelbock as a good Catholic, especially since St. Patrick is such an important saint also … Continue reading

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Renatle’s Mosaic of Life on Amazon!

“Renatle, Mosaic of Life” is now out on Amazon. The cover looks sassy and the story is full of suspense. I am so excited! Renatle’s mosaic of life adventures came beautifully together in her memoir. It is out on Amazon … Continue reading

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Renate Does Body Language 4 Success

And a Book on the Horizon “We judge a person in less than the first two minutes of an encounter based on their appearance and behavior,” body language specialist Renate Mousseux says. “65 percent of our communication comes across in … Continue reading

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