we have Wuppertal

there is no reason to come here. normally. nothing special here. sometimes the train doesn’t even stop. the suspension railway is moving through the middle of the town. good friday is different


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CENTURION: Where is Brian of Remscheid?!
BRIAN: You sanctimonious bastards!
CENTURION: I have an order for his release!
BRIAN: You stupid bastards!
MR. CHEEKY: Uh, I’m Brian of Remscheid.
BRIAN: What?!
MR. CHEEKY: Yeah, I– I– I’m Brian of Remscheid.
CENTURION: Take him down!
BRIAN: I’m Brian of Remscheid!
VICTIM #1: Eh, I’m Brian!
MR. BIG NOSE: I’m Brian!
VICTIM #2: Look, I’m Brian!
BRIAN: I’m Brian!
VICTIMS: I’m Brian!
GREGORY: I’m Brian, and so’s my wife!
VICTIMS: I’m Brian! I’m Brian!…
BRIAN: I’m Brian of Remscheid!
CENTURION: All right. Take him away and release him.
MR. CHEEKY: No, I’m only joking. I’m not really Brian. No, I’m not Brian. I was only– It was a joke. I’m only pulling your leg! It’s a joke! I’m not him! I’m just having you on! Put me back! Bloody Romans! Can’t take a joke!

ethiopia – the believe

I was searching for traditional believes. on the journey I stepped into every mosques I saw along the road side. always I found the book. I realised I was following the book. then I found the believers somewhere in the remote mounatins of Ethiopia

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religion – the ceremony

they started in the total darkness. the priest had to use a flashlight to read. at 4.ooh in the morning they started to light the fire and brought the candle into the dark church. at 8.00h the priest started with the third liturgy

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religion in exile – ethiopian orthodox church

there was a different world behind the door. there was a secret to find. somewhere in the middle of Berlin

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religion in exile – greek orthodox church

I was searching. for years I tried to follow all the different religions. I stepped into every church crossing my way. finally I gave up

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japan – the mountain

finally I did it. with a group of  Yamabushi (mountain monks) we climbed the holy  Mt. Nantai (Nantai san). at midnight we started to reach the peak before sunrise. the Yamabushi  wanted to practice a Shugendo prayer in the early light of the sun. because of me we were a bit late

Shinto, the native Religion in Japan, is practiced by several Million Japanese, by worshiping different regional gods (kami) in public shrines, following regional rites and rituals.

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