three religions in one

Earlier ths evening I watched CNN and there was a piece with Becky Anderson about the “Document on Human Fraternity” … never heard about it.  Becky had breakfast in Abi Dhabi together with 3 religions (Jewish, Christian and Muslin) at … Continue reading

tuesday photo challenge – stone

Frank asked for stones … there is so many – I have decided to go with the Visitation Stone. I’m not Jewish … I belong to the protestant church, but not at all active, but I interested in other religions … Continue reading

the most photogenic building …. sheikh zayed grand mosque

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (Arabic: جَامِع ٱلشَّيْخ زَايِد ٱلْكَبِيْر‎, translit. Jāmiʿ Ash-Shaykh Zāyid Al-Kabīr) is located in Abu Dhabi. A 1-hour journey from Dubai, we went on a Sunday afternoon tour. Defiantly worth the money and the time. Sheikh … Continue reading

travel diary; kirchbach – vienna on my own (karlskirch & schwarzenbergplatz)

After a good night sleep and a great breakfast, I was ready to take on Vienna on my own. Sunday morning, the city hadn’t woken up completely. When Dia drove me home we passed Karlskirche and Schwarzenbergplatz… I liked what … Continue reading

quran studies and art of living – marrakesh

“To preserve the past is to save the future…” Nanette L. Avery The Ben Youssef Madrasa was an Islamic college in Marrakesh, Morocco, named after the Almoravid sultan Ali ibn Yusuf (reigned 1106–1142), who expanded the city and its influence … Continue reading