Just back from the annual pilgrimage to World Water Week in Stockholm.
What a city!
Over the last 15 years, I've been there every summer and I still find new views, interesting content and excitement in meeting the old guard while discovering new initiatives and organisations.
You' d say it's a load of bollocks, but I find the real-life discussions energizing and motivating for the next semester.
I was intrigued by a comment by one of my old water friends who said he keeps on reading this blog... and that one of the posts is currently going viral? That's kinda cool and I'm curious to be know but probably better off without.... The content of this blog is of uneven nature over time, years and subjects; but upon re-reading some stuff, it still stands the critique. Other is irrelevant, but it still is a sort of history of what has been going on around me, and in the world.
So, at the beginning of this new schoolyear, and to honour Sir David TANG - who passed away this week unexepectedly; I promise I'll write more (and hopefully a little better).
Hat-tip to my dear old friend Cesar SEARA from Sao Paulo for the quote of the title - from F. Pesoa
Reading: Het Smelt - Lize Spit
Viewing: Netflix Ozark
Listening to: Arsenal
Thinking: You make your own fun
Travelling: back from Stockholm
Last picture: instagram toiletogram