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Travel Experiences - The Berlin Wall - 29.06.2011

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Travel Experiences - The Berlin Wall - 29.06.2011

Post  ~MattheW~ on Fri 01 Jul 2011, 12:00 am


It's so difficult to describe the experience of feeling, hearing and seeing some of the many triumphs, anger, pain, frustratino and relief as you touch and see the berlin wall. The political debates, the confusion and the uproar. So the following is only a small part of the experience that I had.

The old political taste of power can be smelt and felt, you know the type of men that wore sutis and that were so busy working that they really didn't pay much attentnion to their clothing or their hair, rather they were more concerned about how much strength and power they could take in their politcal debates and purely for a power victory rather than for any other reason. Just so long as they got their way. The lack of attention to detail in how things would be done, rather just that this would be done because they said so. Almost irrational to some degree.
The anger and frustration of the people of the country who are simply angry that they can no longer visit the other side of the country because there is a wall. Because of political power rather than for the people of the country. Betrayal and anger rises up in the people of the country as they are forced to abide by the laws of what the wall signifies and to abide by the dictatorship of those that simply want power and to be in power.
The confusion and anxiety in the soldiers, some not all, some are full of hatred and you can even tell they want to start a war right here right now. There is confusion and mixed emotinos of the guards who work at the wall wh orecognise the pain and anger of those that wish to pass and yet are not allowed to let them. To find confusion in the hearts of many soldiers for they must stand for rules and yet many of them are torn between their family and their country.
Biggest of all though... is the enjoyment and satisfaction of knowing that the wall must come down. The joy of the people, the energy and power of the emotions and the passion of the people for the people. For all the right reasons you can get overjoyed at the sight of this place. Of what was, of the pride of the people in this country even if they do not show it, for there is no division. No dictatorship that stopped a country to be united.
The underlying factor that seems to stand out when you are here, is the love for one another, the passion for one another, the will to fight for one another. When the wall stood families were divided, torn apart and merely forced to live this way. Now, there is a sense of rejoice, a sense of celebration and self expression of Germany as a united country, as a place that can be shared with one another and enjoyed. Freedom of the highest order.
You cannot help what wnet on in the spirit world during the moments of these big decisions that caused such a controversial impact on the country and all of those involved.
Now, parts of the wall still stand.... Now though, the wall stands in triumph, in memory and in celebration. In strength of character and in power, power of the people and for the people, for families, for one another. United people who are now free to express themselves to one another. Now with little restrictions.

May we all be so lucky as to see the symbolism of the Berlin Wall, to not take for granted that which we have every day. May we learn to embrace our lives every day, for ourselves and for one another...

If you get the chance, I would strongly recommend you see the Berlin Wall. The words above are about 1% of the experience you get when you are there. No words can describe....
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Post  ~MattheW~ on Fri 01 Jul 2011, 12:08 am

For above, apologies for it not making sence... the sentence should read.....

"You cannot help wonder what went on in the spirit world........"
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Post  rebeccajbarnes on Tue 05 Jul 2011, 7:00 pm

Thanks for your communications Matthew. Sounds like an amazing experience.
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