Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Spielfreude: This is a word that I hear often these days during the world cup. They have "Spielfreude", it is said, which means delight in playing, it means the teams feel joy when they play. There is no good translation for it, not in the English language. Amazing that we have a word for it, where we tend to take everything so seriously.
"We want to play," one of the German soccer playser said to the press greedily. It could be felt, he wants to play, he can't wait.

And I want to practice second series now, with joy.

(Thinking: this is reducing the gingival pain as adding a further discomfort - stretching discomfort. Hahahaha. But who knows, perhaps lightness is back today.)

Blues music:

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