What is your favorite outdoor activity?
Photography – the walking part is just a necessary extra.
In a car would you rather drive or be a passenger?
A passenger, although everyone keeps telling me I should drive more. Even my neurologist supports the idea. I just do not enjoy driving a car: too many changes to my normal road patterns. Once I get used to a certain route, they plant a new traffic light or stop sign and the fun is over for me.
If you could have three wishes granted for you alone, what would they be?
The new iPhone X (ten) with 256 bytes or whatever, which is not yet on the market and would be too expensive for me in any case.
A wide angle lens for my camera
A cure for MS (but not only for me but everyone that has the illness)
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
I am reading “A Column of Fire” the third Ken Follet book in his cathedral series. I am an atheist, but I must say the whole series is a page turner. Column of Fire was published a couple of weeks ago and has over 900 pages, I am now at page 850. I uploaded on my Kindle on the day of its release. Of course it is a story with various characters, but based on the actual facts of the middle of the 16th centuary, during the reign of Queen Elisabeth I of England. It has explained historical facts of the time through the events in the book very well. It is mainly catholic belief again protestant belief. I have realised things do not really change a lot in our time. We still have religious wars: the religions are different, but the reasons are the same. The conviction that a religion is the only right religion, with an abscence of tolerance towards other religions.