I’m usually exhausted by Friday. By the evening, I run low on energy.
However, I found a way to boost my morning: I decided not to switch with the BVG, but to walk to the office from Hauptbahnhof. It was a nice 30 minutes walk, that felt like a city tour. Reichstag, Tiergarten, statues of beloved componists, the million colours of the leaves. I got so much energy I even forgot to drink my second coffee.
I will definitely do this more. Nature has all the power we need to recharge.
Greta Svabo Bech ft. Ludovico Einaudi – Circles
I wanted to attend on a dear neighbours 1st-year-in-Berlin anniversary party and a friend’s concert tonight. Instead, I was staying home with a headache.
My body is telling me to slow down. I am listening. After falling asleep soon, I’ll dedicate tomorrow to get the apartment clean and organized and to let my Soul catch up. A lot has happened in the past few weeks. I’ll keep all the good stuff.
Ludovico Einaudi – Oltremare
Today was a great day. It started with a relaxed morning, on time, with some yoga, coffee and breakfast, an amazing bicycle ride through the city in the lights of the rising Sun, with the colours of autumn, a good day at work ending with an interesting presentation. I didn’t mind leaving after dark, as this way, I managed to catch some of the lights by the Festival of Lights. The weather was also amazing today – I wouldn’t even have needed my jacket and the balcony door is still open as I am typing these lines.
I simply feel like everything’s in its right place. All I feel is gratitude. I am a lucky one.
Ludovico Einaudi – Nuvole Bianche
I can’t sleep in this heat. Yesterday I fell asleep about 3 hours before I had to wake up. My system is tired. But I take care of it.
Ludovico Einaudi – Night
Wow. This is as much as I can say if I think about tonight’s Ludovico Einaudi concert at Waldbühne. A magical scenery, with the birds and trees participating and being part of the performance, crossing planes, a fully crowded audience, sunshine, silence, noise – but mostly, memories an feeling.
Thank you, Maestro!
Ludovico Einaudi – Numbers