Kafka and Prague

Every time when I discover a good photo featuring Prague (thanks to Viktor), I remember KAFKA and his little advice for writers (good for modern bloggers too): “It is not necessary to leave your room. Stay seated at your table and listen. Listen not even: wait. Do not wait, only slow down and be calm. The world will offer you, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.”
title=”Prague_Workshop-09841″ – photo by viktor_viktor, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT! Click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
A similar statement by PASCAL goes like this: “So I have often said that all human unhappiness comes from one reason, namely, that they are unable to remain at rest alone in their room.”

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writer, photographer, guitarist

4 responses to “Kafka and Prague

  1. Great advice from Kafka. What a beautiful city! 🙂


  2. Wise words and something everyone should pay heed to – not only writers.


  3. I do not know Prague but that pictures remind me other churches and roofs like in München :


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