How to reach heaven

How to reach heaven? Praying or flying? Dreaming or begging? Fighting or being calm?
1fantasy2reality
3two freeclimbers4give me money
5kitsch-and-tech6merry-go-dome
all BERLIN photos by frizztext, click on the images to enter his photo collection
read my other Berlin diaries
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flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/12/16/train-to-berlin/
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flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/strolling-through…
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www.flickr.com/photos/frizztext/sets/72157603837798187/
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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

12 responses to “How to reach heaven

  1. the photos of this post have been featured at
    http://wordpress.com/#!/read/
    all six in a row (thumbs)
    (not selected one as usual)
    and below the images line: the topic description
    “How to reach heaven? Praying or flying? Dreaming or begging? Fighting or being calm?”

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  2. Ab aspera ad astra?

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  3. I woke up, not too long ago: Your wonderful photos are giving me inspiration, to go out and and surprise my camera.

    Thanks Frizz.

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  4. Leave it to the city-folk in Berlin to find something to climb…

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  5. Wolfgang Hermann

    you forgot one important way to the heaven
    – the music-
    wolfgang

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  6. theWomanAtTheWell

    “Give me money” is my favorite, such a genuine smile. Fantastic post. -WATW

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  7. “Heaven came down….”: remember that old gospel hymn? Love all these photo interpretations of “climbing to Heaven”. Captures many nuances of the human spirital experience. Thank you.

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  8. My answer would be “Go inward, and we’ll see heaven with eye closed”.

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  9. It’s all relative isn’t it? 😉

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  10. Doggie in the blanket and tower climbers, working together, are just prayers in pictures, as far as I am concerned. BLESS YOU, Frizz! You are already way up there in the updrafts, I can tell!

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