Archive | September, 2011

Jesenska predavanja …

29 Sep

Oktober prinaša kup aktivnosti.

V septembrski številki literarne revije Sodobnost je kot uvodnik moj esej Domorodci, varuhi živih tradicij.

V Sobotni prilogi Dela je v članku Samota in kreativnost: sami v sebi objavljen moj kratek citat.

Do konca oktobra bo v na knjižne police prišla nova knjiga iz zbirke Zveneče cedre Rusije z naslovom Anasta.

Pa še predavanja:

6. oktobra ob 17. uri bo z mano literarni večer v knjigarni Felix v Kamniku.
13. oktobra ob 18. uri bo v knjižnici v Žalcu pogovor z menoj.
20. oktobra bom imel ob 18. uri predavanje v prostorih založbe Žarek v Sončnih dvorih v Grosupljah.
26. oktobra ob 18. uri bom predaval v knjigarni Zdaj v Ljubljani.

Zelo bi si želel v raznih krajih po Sloveniji predstaviti otroško knjigo “Zaklad z otoka Sumsama“. Kdor organizira predstavitev v svojem kraju, dobi eno knjigo za darilo! Če vas stvar zanima, mi pišite na narapetrovic@gmail.com.

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A different kind of CV

18 Sep

We live in a society of a crazy pardox: you are told to be yourself, and you are also set inside a tight cage of unreasonable limitations. Schools offer us 20, 30 choices or so. Do they want me to be what I am, or do they want me to be something that they need?

The 1st question I constantly face when people meet me is: “Why am I barefoot?” This time I’ll answer with a question to you: “Can you draw a picture, a simbol, a very simple analogy of freedom in a few words or a sentence?”

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100% natural way to walk

4 Sep

Can you walk? Really?

 

In no civilization in history were foot diseases as widespread as in the present Western society. American Indians, Egyptians, Greek, Romans, Chinese used to wear simple footwear or walked barefoot. In many places that weren’t so heavily influenced by the cultural and fashion whims of the modern world, simples shoes are still popular: flip-flaps, sandals, sabots, moccasins, Those who don’t wear any shoes are not considered queer.

Mass problems that required serious medical attention began only with the industrial revolution. Actually the first cases of foot deformation go back to the Renaissance, when it became popular among aristocrats to wear pointed shoes with high heels. But aristocrats didn’t walk a lot and the rest of the population continued to wear regular shoes, on walk barefoot.

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