Klaus W.

Klaus W.

Posted on 04/05/2009


Photo taken on April  4, 2009


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Die Ordnung der Dinge I

Die Ordnung der Dinge I
l'ordre des choses // la ordo de la ajx(et)oj

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18 comments - The latest ones
Surendra Chaurasiya
Surendra Chaurasiya
That's really impressive one!
Shopping is real fun :o)
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Yes, Surendra, our wives spend the money, while we pray that there'll be some left in the end...- and we just watch and take photos now and then.
8 years ago.
Surendra Chaurasiya has replied to Klaus W.
Once we loose control with our own wallet, the only thing we can do is pray ;o)
Alternatively keeping yourself busy with camera, and only try to find out at the end about damage!!
8 years ago.
Surendra Chaurasiya has replied to ASTRID
Haa haa haa, very well said Astrid :o) I was having just some light fun, nothing serious about it! But you're so correct, what you said. Women plan the entire family, in general. And as per boys & their toys, here's what according to me, what I found (you can laugh) -
1. There are men who spend big at one event (usual as you said)
2. There are men who spend big everytime (these are rich people)
3. Men who shares wise with spouse, where both do the equal damage
4. Men who totally loose control of their wallet by their spouse (maximum cases)
5. Men who only wishes he could spend enough occasionally (but does not have it)
6. And the one who's standing in the corner, watching all these men do their stuff!
That would be me! Ha ha ha :o))
8 years ago.
Klaus W. has replied to Surendra Chaurasiya
Surendra, you're a funny guy - do I have to confess what number I am? Certainly NOT no 2!
8 years ago.
Surendra Chaurasiya has replied to Klaus W.
Haa haa haa, No.2 seems not bad :o)
That's because everyone aims to be there, as if everyone aspires to be, at least!
8 years ago.
Klaus W. has replied to Surendra Chaurasiya
Surendra - one of your fellow-countrymen once said to me (I'll never forget) -

"Your money and possessions gone ? - that means just a bit.
Your health gone ? - that means quite a lot.
Your character gone ? - that's the total loss."

I've always found there is a lot of truth in that.
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
Surendra Chaurasiya has replied to Klaus W.
Double thumbs up :o)
However I have reactions between second and third to be interchanged. That's coz if health is gone (totally), that character will have no more physical existence - as if there's total health loss, the character can be only framed as photo :o))
8 years ago.
Klaus W. has replied to Surendra Chaurasiya
I see, Surendra, you might be a perfect counsellor in fundamental matters of life (maybe you actually are?? )
8 years ago.
Surendra Chaurasiya has replied to Klaus W.
No dear :o) I do not like too much of problems :o)
Which is why, I am far far far far away from counseling ;o)
8 years ago.
Eefje
Eefje
Eine sehr nette Ordnung!
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Thank you four your kind words!
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Warum ich das Bild mag - es ist schon jetzt eines der mir wichtigsten (nicht etwa, dass ich da ein billiges Eigenlob produzieren möchte - bewahre!) : Es hat mit der Vierteilung (nicht VERteilung, sondern VIERteilung) die Qualität einer gewissen "quadratischen" Strenge. Die Zahl Vier regelt als kubische Zahl die Ordnungen - siehe (z.B.) die vier Jahreszeiten. Dann aber hat hier jedes Einzelelement, obwohl sorgsam eingeordnet, seine Individualität, seinen eigenen Platz im Dasein, und das Neben- und Miteinander dieser Elemente schafft doch eine echte Lebendigkeit, eine sprechende Rhythmik - oder nicht?
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
Peri Alice
Peri Alice
Bella!!! :-)))
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Grazie, Alice!
8 years ago.
Janett Kaatz
Janett Kaatz
Ordnung ist das halbe Leben ;0)
....oder wie war das
8 years ago.
Anne Seltmann
Anne Seltmann
Wo findest du denn solche tollen "Schaukästchen"
Mag ich sehr und sieht bestimmt gut an der Wand aus.
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Fand ich auf dem Wochenmarkt - "Krammarkt-Ecke" - da lohnt das Hinschauen fast immer.
8 years ago.