If you are interested in Information about Australia, you might be interested in a new webpage I have created. It can serve especially those who wish to emigrate, who want to work or live in Australia or simply stay for longer, but I believe it can also be helpful to the traveller.
It is in German, but just use Google Translate, especially, as many linked websites will be in English.
Have a look at my new information page.
Did you know the job of a romanticiser? His task, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeinen Sonntagszeitung (China, wie es tanzt und lacht, 13. März 2013, Reise, V3), to make real the wishes, needs and preferences of the guests, whether those express them or not.
You can get your personal romanticiser if you book one of the villas of the Ritz-Carlton at Yalong Bay, Hainan, China, it seems.
I have been wondering whether to make that a part of my series on nice jobs, and I guess I could, in a way, but from a spiritual perspective I am wondering whether I should. For the FAS describes the romanticizer as a “professional expert of projection” – and our aim is REALITY, is it not? Read more... (233 words, estimated 56 secs reading time)
This is a job so seldom nowadays that I had difficulties finding the English translation in the two online dictionaries I normally use for a first glance: be a Reisemarschall.
A bit of googling brought me to terms like “coordinator of the papal trips” (which would be correctly describing Mr. Gaspari’s position as “Päpstlicher Reisemarschall”, of course, but would be too specific as a general term, even if he may be the only Reisemarschall left – yet “coordinator of the [enter head of state's title] may be an option, although not sounding as traditional as the German term “Reisemarschall”) or “Papal traveling coordinator” (the latter link showing you can even get a decoration for doing your job from the King of Spain and giving the option of “traveling coordinator” as a general job title). Read more... (207 words, estimated 50 secs reading time)
Quite a nice job, I guess: be a Jolly Good Fellow at Google and get paid for it. This is the work of Meng. His job now is to “Enlighten minds, open hearts, create world peace.”
Here is an interview with him – for more, just go to his website.
I just “discovered” the UnCourse by Eckhart Tolle (for my comments, also cf. here). I have only viewed two lessons at the time of writing that, and I can already say: quite, quite, quite helpful – do watch it, do work with it!
When watching Eckhart Tolle’s Google Hangout last year, I posted this article, also linking to Wafa Labanah’s Google+-account. Eckhart now suggested looking at her video for the Wisdom 2.0 Conerence and voting for her, if we like.
As I am still not on facebook, I could not, but do have a look, if you like.
Some time ago, I wrote about my experiences with the TOEFL. Today, I can write about my experience with the (academic) IELTS-Test, which I took about three weeks ago.
After a brief introduction, I will give some hints for preparation and point to a few aspects of the test, which should be improved. I would like to encourage everyone who had or will have to take the test to write to those responsible for this. Read more... (2801 words, estimated 11:12 mins reading time)
I just noticed that Philippa Merivale (Metatronic Life) is offering her three books as free ebooks.
Worth a look for you?
In the context of reading this article and a question here, I wrote:
Dance the dance of Joy,
dance the Freedom of your Love.
Dance the dance, no fear be nigh;
dance the dance, and from above
Heaven will its blessings bring. Heaven be thy Star;
dance the dance, infinity
brings the Light – no dark
shall rise again.
In you, there is but Freedom.
In you does Love prevail.
In you is precious Freedom;
in you does Love prevail.