Warszawa – Visit to Mrs. Lydia Grosz - Bridge crossing from poeple to people

by Helmut Lauschke
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Mrs. Grosz: “You know, Mr. Baródin, the Germans have remained a mystery to me. They are educated and hardworking, produced a Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Goethe, Schiller and Lessing, but they did not understand Faust, the Glocke or Nathan. Take the ring parabola in Nathan. It is a legacy to tolerance and justice and thus to the salvation of human dignity.
Here comes the punch line with the question: Who is right? Nathan says the right ring cannot be demonstrated, as inexplicable as the right belief is from the supposedly wrong. The father had the copies made with the intention that the rings would not be distinguishable. That is the lesson we have to learn from Nathan: to be educated and mature for tolerance and generosity. The hubris of the Nazis failed, as if there were only Germans who had a culture and the right “faith”. "
Now the new chapter of our people is to be written. That is why you are here to contribute to understanding and reconciliation with the Brahms Concerto. "
On his second visit, Mrs. Grosz reads from her new book: Nowe wiersze na dawne tematy / New poems on old topics. She justified the reading by saying that she, too, wanted to make her contribution to the reconciliation of the Polish and German people. Because nothing is more necessary for the peoples in general and these two peoples in particular than understanding and comprehensive reconciliation for a lasting peace in the coexistence of people, both externally and internally, which includes the creative in science and the arts.
"Schwingen knows no boundaries upwards, when moonlight throws ever larger shadows downwards, with the times and the ever new bents it happens again and again as on the first day."

Contributors

Author:
Helmut Lauschke

Further information

Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
epubli
Biography Artist:
Lauschke, Helmut
- Kindheitserlebnisse von der "Reichskristallnacht" und den Bombennächten über Köln- Übersiedlung nach Bautzen, wo der Vater als Gynäkologe eine kleine Frauenklinik betreibt- sieht als 10-Jähriger wenige Monate vor Kriegsende, wie ein Zug von Häftlingen in KZ-Kleidung von der SS bewacht durch die Stadt zieht- 1951 Rückkehr nach Köln, um dem "roten" Polit-Terror zu entgehen- Medizinstudium in Köln und München- seit 1960 Arzt, 1961 promoviert- dreijährige Ausbildung in der pathologischen Anatomie (Universität Köln)- Facharzt der Chirurgie (Universität Köln), der Traumatologie und plastisch rekonstruktiven Chirurgie (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)- 1985-1998 Arzt und Chirurg am Hospital in Oshakati- zum "Honorary Professor of the University of Namibia" ernannt (1997
Language:
English
Interest Age:
From 1
Number of Pages:
44
Summary:
Mrs. Grosz: “You know, Mr. Baródin, the Germans have remained a mystery to me.

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
18 May 2021
Package Dimensions:
0.19 x 0.125 x 0.003 m;
GTIN:
09783754122112
DUIN:
O898O6H75R5
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