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i come from kassel and studied in wuppertal, halle and leipzig, so i got around in germany a little. i study theology and also like to do things with ymca-groups, special youth-churchservices, etc. im still not one of those who talk about nothing but faith and try to persuade the whole world... rather like the silent spirituality, for example in the community of taize in france. interreligious and religious-atheist exchange is a mission for the future, maybe cs can contribute...
hobbies are (besides travelling) playing guitar and e-bass. i also played in some funny bands, but never with own songs. we usually just gather together before the church service starts and play then.
i did many things with media stuff, for exampel write for onlinemagazines and the student radio (all semi-professional though :)) if you understand german you should for exampel visit backview.eu or unimono.de, where i contributed a little.
another hobby is to go to every poetry slam i can find, i could listen to poetry slam all day (what is even possible on youtube ...)
concerning what to eat im comfortable with all, i dont mind to eat meat as long as its not fast food. but i also dont need meat every day...
if you want to add me on facebook just ask me for the name, its not the clear name there (dont trust them as much as cs...)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Surfed and hosted by and for germans in germany,Travelled and hosted in sweden, travelled to Finnland and the Netherlands. Meetings in Marburg in Kassel.
music, religion and spirituality, various cultures, poetry, literature
Music, Movies, and Books
films: "die fetten jahre sind vorbei", "blues brothers", "la vita e bella", "jesus of montreal", "lets make money"
though i dont have tv myself, i like "scrubs", "the simpsons" and "mein leben und ich" very much.
music: most time i listen to radio, but the german band tocotronic, kettcar, tomte and keimzeit are not bad. also political songwriters like "dota und die stadtpiraten"
books: first of all everything by hermann hesse and phil k. dick. douglass adams (though i dont know the hitchhikers guide, only the electric monk) and terry pratchett are also favourites. old stuff: georg büchner with "lenz". and poetry-slam-related stuff like "die känguruh-chroniken" by MArc-Uwe Kling.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
as said a few times above: the monastery and community of taize in france is just overwhelming.
Countries I’ve Visited
Denmark, Finland, France, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden
Countries I’ve Lived In