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  • Something to tell the world!

    I moved to Brandenburg like 2 weeks ago and I dont know anyone here to be honest so I´ll give this website a try to maybe meet new people here. It´s always nice to meet new people and maybe we can get to know each other a little more.

    I like reading books, writing (especially poetry slams and poems) and going to the gym (I´m still a beginner but it´s always good doing something for your health).
    I am a fan of creepypastas even though the darkness of my room scares the shit out of me afterwards but its totally worth it.

    I´m also practicing the Frakturschrift (yes with a quill and ink). The Frakturschrift was in the 16th to the 20th Century the most used font in Germany. And ever since I began reading the biography of Catherine the Great I started to grow interest in the Frakturschrift.

  • Cities and countries I have visited

    I´ve visited South Africa (Cape Town) a few times because the family of my mother lives there.

  • My interests in other cultures

    I love learning about other cultures and learning their langauges. Currently I am learning Russian (the mother of a friend is Ukrainian and is mostly speaking Russian to her and this langauge is kinda interesting; I wanted to learn Russian before I met her anyways so..). I also want to learn spanish, french, definitely hebrew and maybe greek one day but its going to be a long way until then.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    The Bible. I take God very seriously and I hope one day I read through the entire Bible

  • I'm excited about...

    I dont only listen to music I want to understand music.
    I have played the flute in my early years then I started playing the guitar (at last the electronic guitar). Sadly I have stopped playing but maybe one day I will start again.

  • My feeling about the future

    May the Lord have my future in His hands

  • 10 years from now

    In ten years I hope I´ve grown in faith.

  • I wish people knew more about...

    The Bible; without judging it because of the actions of so called "Christians" in the past and in the present.