Weekly Writing Challenge: Dialogue

Dialog

The DIALOG is an important topic of the philosophy of existentialism. MARTIN BUBER (“I and Thou”, 1922) created the term “das ZWISCHEN” (= SPHERE OF BETWEEN), where he tried to describe, how a new identity called “BETWEEN” grows, if to persons meet, having an intensive dialog; that BETWEEN could be described as a sort of CHILD, as a result of a communication; difference: the child is made of bones and blood, – but no one can SEE the “BETWEEN” of a dialog, you must feel it; a new identity, not the same as A or B, birth by empathy and communication; it’s a “C” mood, A+B with a new taste … P.S.: what will happen, when the waves of the two boats (A+B) will cross each other? a new picture, not A not B, a new C-structure will appear…
granbee said on January 26, 2012 at 6:24 pm:
Your choice for “dialogue” is giving me so much inspiration for a future section of my adult fairytale series at http://granbee.wordpress.com. Boats passing, sending waves (and waves?) at each other – wonderful. Of course, the masterful capture makes this photo’s message even more powerful!
Reply by frizztext on January 27, 2012 at 7:12 am:
I liked to read the philosophy of Martin Buber about DIALOGUE. P.S.: it was interesting, when the waves of the two boats crossed each other – like words are crossing, if two have a dialog(ue) …

related:
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/writing-challenge-dialogue/

https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/photos-as-metaphors/

http://evelinasec.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/daily-post-weekly-writing-challenge-dialogue/

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11 responses to “Weekly Writing Challenge: Dialogue

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  3. “…when the waves of the two boats crossed each other – like words are crossing, if two have a dialog(ue) …” I loved it Thank you dear, I will search and find his books. Love, nia

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  6. I love your way to show the Dialogue. Very far from mine (http://icezine.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/child-soldiers-weekly-writing-challenge/) where I told a true story with a (virtual) dialogue

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  8. Boat waves = dialogue = genius!
    There does not have to be verbal words in order to have a dialogue.

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  9. Wow! Very interesting, Frizz. I love this, I want to read more about Martin Buber “das ZWISCHEN”. Thanks for the information.

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