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Ulrich Soeder

For more of my experience at the World Café Europe event in Dresden, along with two photographs by Ulrich Soeder, one of the most inspired photographic artists I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet, read these two posts on language and the ineffable, and the peace café in Dresden’s famous frauenkirch that opened the event.

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  1. Hi Amy,

    I try to comment your post a second time now and I hope I manage the technical details this time.

    Thanks for your appreciation. When we met during the innovation dialoge in Dresden for the first time, you struck a chord in me when you were talking about your beauty walks. In fact that is what I am doing when looking for new views. Beauty is everywhere, but especially in the eye of the beholder.

    In an introductory text of one of my exhibitions I wrote: When the limits between subject and object vanish then what remains is just seeing. The questions come to a rest and answers are emerging.

    Ken Wilber wrote about beauty: The aesthetic dimension always reminds us that beauty is not only a nice surface, but a very deep way of knowing: Beauty is a very direct way of experiencing the depth of the divine, and by the unfoldment of this depth comes the marvelous beauty into being.

    What do you think about this, after you have seen my pictures?

    Greetings from Dresden! Ulrich

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