Not a city that welcomes you with open arms, doesn’t really welcome you at all in fact. It makes you chase through layers of parties, graffiti, crumbling buildings, parks, confusion, beguiling you along the way, but keeping you off balance. The expectation of dropping into Berlin and riding the rail first go was naive. This isn’t Hong Kong. No welcoming fanfare and glittering carnival here. This is a city that you have to work for, a city you have to scratch around in the dust to find.
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Interested in philosophy, psychology, meditation and how it can be applied to personal development. Particularly interested in the idea of authentic development and how cultivating awareness can help us to understand and then integrate the disparate parts of ourselves into a state of wellbeing. View all posts by andrewpgwhite