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In 2017 habe ich die kunstwerke mit zitaten von thich nhat hanh be-hübscht. josef mochte seine bücher.

You do not need to waste your time doing those things that are unnecessary and trifling. You do not have to be rich. You do not need to seek fame or power. What you need is freedom, solidity, peace and joy. You need the time and energy to be able to share these things with others. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in "No Death, No Fear”.

"From time to time, to remind ourselves to relax and be peaceful, we may wish to set aside some time for a retreat, a day of mindfulness, when we can walk slowly, smile, drink tea with a friend, enjoy being together as if we are the happiest people on Earth." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Calming allows us to rest, and resting is a precondition for healing. When animals in the forest get wounded, they find a place to lie down, and they rest completely for many days. They don't think about food or anything else. They just rest, and they get the healing they need. When we humans get sick, we just worry! We look for doctors and medicine, but we don't stop. Even when we go to the beach or the mountains for a vacation, we don't rest, and we come back more tired than before. We have to learn to rest. Lying down is not the only position for resting. During sitting or walking meditation, we can rest very well. Meditation does not have to be hard labor. Just allow your body and mind to rest like an animal in the forest. Don't struggle. There is no need to attain anything. I am writing a book, but I am not struggling. I am resting also. Please read in a joyful, yet restful way. The Buddha said, "My Dharma is the practice of non-practice." Practice in a way that does not tire you out, but gives your body, emotions, and consciousness a chance to rest. Our body and mind have the capacity to heal themselves if we allow them to rest. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Since we cling to our hope in the future, we do not focus our energies and capabilities on the present moment. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Foto: Josef Überall

"You are a Buddha, and so is everyone else. I didn't make that up. It was the Buddha himself who said so. He said that all beings had the potential to become awakened. To practice walking meditation is to practice living in mindfulness. Mindfulness and enlightenment are one. Enlightenment leads to mindfulness and mindfulness leads to enlightenment." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Selfie: Josef Überall

When you sit alone quietly, it’s something beautiful, even if nobody sees it. When a little flower appears in a crack between two rocks, it’s a beautiful sight. People may never see it, but that’s okay. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in “How to Sit.”

Leben: Josef Überall

geboren am 10. Mai 1936 in Groß Kunzendorf - gestorben am 4. April 2008 in Schwäbisch Gmünd ... Künstler und Objektist ... ... ... ... arte povera ...


- vikipedio === ... Josef Überall in wiki p bzw. viki p ... s.a. Esperanto hier im aki-wiki

We all know that understanding and compassion can relieve suffering. This is not just a platitude; where there is understanding and compassion, there’s relief and help for ourselves and others. Our practice is to keep that understanding and compassion alive. As busy as we are, when we take the time to look a little bit more deeply, we can always find more understanding and compassion to offer. - Thich Nhat Hanh

There is a story in Zen circles about a man and a horse. The horse is galloping quickly, and it appears that the man on the horse is going somewhere important. Another man, standing alongside the road, shouts, "Where are you going?" and the first man replies, "I don't know! Ask the horse!" This is also our story. We are riding a horse, we don't know where we are going, and we can't stop. The horse is our habit energy pulling us along, and we are powerless. We are always running, and it has become a habit. We struggle all the time, even during our sleep. We are at war within ourselves, and we can easily start a war with others. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Buddha, Würfel, Holz

Buddha, Cube, Wood=== ... 130615 ... #ueberall80

Googleüberall - gutes ranking k.

To bring about real change, our efforts must be collective and harmonious, based on love and respect for ourselves and each other, our ancestors and future generations. If anger at injustice is what we use as the source of our energy, we may do something harmful, something we will later regret. According to Buddhism, compassion is the only source of energy that is useful and safe. That is why love must always go together with understanding. Understanding and insight show us how to act. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Objekt Nr. 1 von Josef an Karl

Love is the capacity to take care, to protect, to nourish. If you are not capable of generating that kind of energy toward yourself, it is very difficult to take care of another person. In the Buddhist teaching, it’s clear that to love oneself is the foundation of the love of other people. Love is a practice. Love is truly a practice. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Digitale Akzente mit Feder ... foto by zeitwolf

In the present moment, we can be free from regret concerning the past and from fear concerning the future. Happiness isn’t possible without freedom. Coming back to the present moment, we are released from our worries, our fears, our regrets, our projects, and our busyness. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in “How to Sit.”

Engel auf dem Zeiselberg in Schw. Gmünd

“We often think of peace as the absence of war, that if powerful countries would reduce their weapon arsenals, we could have peace. But if we look deeply into the weapons, we see our own minds - our own prejudices, fears and ignorance. Even if we transport all the bombs to the moon, the roots of war and the roots of bombs are still there, in our hearts and minds, and sooner or later we will make new bombs. To work for peace is to uproot war from ourselves and from the hearts of men and women. To prepare for war, to give millions of men and women the opportunity to practice killing day and night in their hearts, is to plant millions of seeds of violence, anger, frustration, and fear that will be passed on for generations to come. ” Thich Nhat Hanh: Living Buddha, Living Christ.

Eronimut incl. some swabian text. translation on demand.

In the present moment, we can be free from regret concerning the past and from fear concerning the future. Happiness isn’t possible without freedom. Coming back to the present moment, we are released from our worries, our fears, our regrets, our projects, and our busyness. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in “How to Sit.”

Figuren im regal - foto by dpw

The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness. ~ Sakyong Mipham

Jeff Lynne: Long wave ... fine music ...

Calendar upcycling by DZ

Figur in holz in der hand von Karl

"Together, we can make an effort to go home to the here and the now to realize it is wonderful to be present. Each moment of our daily life can be a wonder. Each morning we are given one day, twenty-four hours to live. Waking up in the morning, we should be able to receive that gift with all our heart. Waking up this morning, I smile. I know that twenty-four brand new hours are given to me as a gift. And I vow to live each minute deeply, touching the wonders of life and learning how to look at people with the eyes of compassion. One day is a big gift, a new opportunity. We are given one day this morning, and maybe if we are lucky, tomorrow we will be given another day. We have to learn how to enjoy each day deeply, and that is our practice. Because if you are not well in your body, there is no way you can help another person to be well in his or her body." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh, in "Freedom Is Our Practice".

"Silence is essential. We need silence just as much as we need air, just as much as plants need light. If our minds are crowded with words and thoughts, there is no space for us." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Grabstein in GD

- grave stone in schw. gmünd==== ... seit juli 2010 ... grabstein von josef

Jesus Christ is still manifesting himself in many thousands of ways. He is manifesting himself all around you. We need to be alert in order to recognize his manifestations. If you are not mindful or attentive, you will miss him because you will miss his manifestations. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in "No Death, No Fear".

Hammer ohne Sichel

Understanding someone’s suffering === is the best gift you can give another person. Understanding is love’s other name. If you don’t understand, you can’t love.” ― How to Love (2014) Thich nhat hanh


Effortlessness is the key to success. Don’t fight. Don’t try hard. Just allow yourself to sit. This relaxing way of sitting is also resting. Allow your body to rest. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in "Breathe, You Are Alive: The Sutra on the Full Awareness of Breathing".

Johanniskirche in GD

Sister Peace

says, "Just someone like me being a Buddhist nun is itself an act of activism." from the panel Where Spirit and Action Meet in New York City during the Miracle of Mindfulness tour in September 2015. ... Sehenswert, hörenswert, ...

Kunst vor Fensterladen - foto by zeitwolf

We tend to think that we have to do something to heal the Earth. But sitting with mindfulness and concentration is doing something. And we don’t have to fight in order to feel the benefits of sitting. Just allow yourself to sit quietly. Allow yourself to be yourself. Don’t do anything. Just allow the sitting, allow the breathing to take place. Don’t strive; relaxation will come. When you are completely relaxed, healing will take place on its own. There is no healing without relaxation. And relaxation means doing nothing. There is only breathing and sitting. Don’t try to force your breathing. Just allow it to follow its natural rhythm. We just enjoy our in-and out-breath. Healing begins when you are not trying to do anything. This is the practice of non-practice. Breathing in, I enjoy my in-breath. Breathing out, I enjoy my out-breath. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in ”Love Letter to the Earth”.

Meisterwerk 2-seitig ... #ueberall20.17 ... #ueberall20.17

preis: 2000,-- euronen

das kunstwerk ist von josef überall (1936-2008), einem vertreter der arte povera. in 2017 läuft die digital exhibition #ueberall20.17, die per google, metager2, ... einfach zu finden sein sollte. sodele. nice evening. en avant. venceremos. karl ... ... update am 250317 110817 051117

Someone asked me, === “Aren’t you worried about the state of the world?” I allowed myself to breathe and then I said, “What is most important is not to allow your anxiety about what happens in the world to fill your heart. If your heart is filled with anxiety, you will get sick, and you will not be able to help.” Yes, there is tremendous suffering all over the world, but knowing this needs not paralyze us. If we practice mindful breathing, mindful walking, mindful sitting, and working in mindfulness, we can try our best to help. - Thich Nhat Hanh

If you can accept your body, then you have a chance to see your body as your home. You can rest in your body, settle in, relax, and feel joy and ease. If you don’t accept your body and your mind, you can’t be at home with yourself. You have to accept yourself as you are. This is a very important practice. As you practice building a home in yourself, you become more and more beautiful. - Thich Nhat Hanh

In 2018 sind es zehn jahre, dass josef im krankenhaus in mutlangen starb. gestern ging ein aktuelles foto von seinem grab auf dem dreifaltigkeitsfriedhof in schw. gmünd ein. danke! einige fotos mit kunst von josef sind auch auf pinterest zu sehen. ... 051117 via fb

Nägel auf Gitter - nails on grid - foto by zeitwolf

We can breathe with the Earth and we can breathe for the Earth. Many of us are so caught up in our plans, fears, agitations, and dreams that we are not living in our bodies any more and we’re not in touch with our real mother, the Earth either. We can’t see all the miraculous beauty and magnificence that Mother Earth ceaselessly offers to us. We live in a world of imagination and we become increasingly alienated. Returning to our breathing brings body and mind back together and reminds us of the miracle of the present moment. Mother Earth is right here at every moment, all around us - so powerful, generous, and supportive; so patient, accepting and compassionate, and with an immense capacity to transform. Once we recognize these qualities in Mother Earth, we can take refuge in her in difficult moments, making it easier for us to embrace our fear and suffering and to transform it. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in ”Love Letter to the Earth”.

Objekt Nr. 37

We will be more successful in all our endeavors if we can let go of the habit of running all the time, and take little pauses to relax and re-center ourselves. And we'll also have a lot more joy in living. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Objekt aus stoff

von f.===

We can’t be grounded in our body if our mind is somewhere else. === We each have a body that has been given us by the earth. This body is a wonder. In our daily lives, we may spend many hours forgetting the body. We get lost in our computer or in our worries, fear, or busyness. Walking meditation makes us whole again. Only when we are connected with our body are we truly alive. Healing is not possible without that connection. So walk and breathe in such a way that you can connect with your body deeply. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Puetagoras ...

We are what we consume. === If we look deeply into the items that we consume every day, we will come to know our own nature very well. We have to eat, drink, consume, but if we do it unmindfully, we may destroy our bodies and our consciousness, showing ingratitude toward our ancestors, our parents, and future generations. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Quadratische Objekte

13 Quadratische Objekte. 2002. Josef Überall ... - foto by dpw

Und hier sind sie zu sehen: die square objects von josef: ... dazu eine kleine story, denn eines der objekte waren vier brotscheiben. als die dann eine weile hingen im griechischen restaurant "zum hohen rechberg" in schwäbisch gmünd, begannen sie ein eigenleben und fingen an zu schimmeln. nicht so cool in einem restaurant. josef nahm die scheiben mit heim und röstete sie auf dem kohleofen. ja, so war das damals anno anfang des neuen jahrtausends ... nice day an alle. k

Can you see yourself being reborn every moment of the past? All your ancestors continue in you, and when you transform the habit energies that they have transmitted to you, you are being reborn in the past. For instance, maybe your ancestors had the habit of always running, needing to be working or doing something to survive. They did not have the time to stop, breathe and be in touch with the wonderful things that life has to offer. You, too, used to be like that, but you have now met the practice. Now you can stop, you can breathe and be in touch with the wonderful things of life for your ancestors. Maybe your genetic or spiritual ancestors had beautiful traits that your parents or the spiritual teachers you met during your life have failed to manifest fully. Now you can rediscover those things in yourself, and you can re-vive what seemed to have been lost. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Schachbrett === - chess board === ... real in s-utürkheim seit 15.01.11


- chess board with points ===

At the moment of his awakening at the foot of the bodhi tree, the Buddha declared, “How strange—all beings possess the capacity to be awakened, to understand, to love, to be free—yet they allow themselves to be carried away on the ocean of suffering.” He saw that, day and night, we’re seeking what is already there within us. We can call it buddhanature, awakened nature, the true freedom that is the foundation for all peace and happiness. The capacity to be enlightened isn’t something that someone else can offer to you. A teacher can only help you to remove the non-enlightened elements in you so that enlightenment can be revealed. If you have confidence that beauty, goodness, and the true teacher are in you, and if you take refuge in them, you will practice in a way that reveals these qualities more clearly each day. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Würfel aus Ytong + 4 osterglocken

We need to consume in a way that keeps our compassion alive. Yet many of us consume in a way that is violent. Forests are cut down to raise cattle for beef or to grow grain for liquor while millions in the world are dying of starvation. Reducing the amount of meat we eat and alcohol we consume by 50 percent is a true act of love for ourselves, for the earth, and for one another. Eating with compassion can already help transform the situation our planet is facing and restore balance. - Thich Nhat Hanh

YouTube - "überall ist überall"

- everywhere is everywhere === - "überall ist überall" video zu josef

When you begin to practice Buddhism, you begin as a part-time buddha and slowly you become a full-time buddha. Sometimes you fall back and become a part-time buddha again, but with steady practice you become a full-time buddha again. Buddhahood is within reach because, like the Buddha, you’re a human being. You can become a buddha whenever you like; the Buddha is available in the here and now, anytime, anywhere. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Zeichnung - woman === === dz foto collection

"The insight of impermanence helps us to go beyond all concepts." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

For forty-five years, the Buddha said, over and over again, "I teach only suffering and the transformation of suffering." When we recognize and acknowledge our own suffering, the Buddha — which means the Buddha in us — will look at it, discover what has brought it about, and prescribe a course of action that can transform it into peace, joy, and liberation. Suffering is the means the Buddha used to liberate himself, and it is also the means by which we can become free. - Thich Nhat Hanh

Ostalb-online === ... Infos zu Josef Überall im Portal Ostalb Online made by Kornelia Alka

“We have to start learning how to live in a way === so that a future will be possible for our children and our grandchildren. We need a kind of collective awakening. We have the dharma; we have the means; we have enough wisdom. We do not have to sink into despair … we can act.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Well, die zeilen von thich nhat hanh sind ein wichtiger part in openspace ... und dieses video passt gut dazu ...


Klaus Ripper

in 2011=== " eine enzyklopädische Seite ersetzt eben nicht den Kontakt mit den Originalen. Anmutungsqualitäten, Details, Oberflächen, Geruch... sind dadurch nicht vermittelbar. Keine Kritik an deiner Arbeit, eher ein Fehler (besser: Mangel) im System. "

Ingrid Strauch

in 2011 === " Besonders hat mir der Film in ueberall75 gefallen ( Ich habe Josef Ueberall nie persönlich kennengelernt; der Film wirkt sehr nahe. Josefs Häuschen und Garten und seine Kunst eng miteinander verwoben. Untrennbar? ... "



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24.12. * JESUS ... Adventskalender 2017

Feiertage bis 2037 ====

Brief vom Landratsamt Rems-Murr-Kreis an Josef ... in digital in der listex ... k.

Kalender aus Rom Sie sind jung, gutaussehend und eindeutig als Priester zu erkennen. Der "Calendario Romano" ist in den Souvenirshops der italienischen Hauptstadt Rom ein Dauerbrenner.

„Das Leben, diese einfache Sache, hat man bis jetzt nicht gesehen, nicht gewußt, daß es so einfach und so klar ist, daß man es nur organisieren und von allem Überflüssigen befreien muß. Für das Leben arbeiten und nicht für Paläste und Tempel, nicht für Friedhöfe und Museen! Arbeiten unter allen, für alle und mit allen. Es gibt nichts Ewiges, es ist alles vergänglich. Bewußtsein, Erfahrung, Ziel, Mathematik, Technik, Industrie und Konstruktion - das steht hoch über allem. Es lebe die konstruktive Technik. Es lebe die konstruktive Haltung bei jeder Tätigkeit. Es lebe der Konstruktivismus“ Alexander Michailowitsch Rodtschenko, 1921 ... 071115 via hfg via fb

Baierisches Kuenstler-Lexikon: Von A bis O ... Felix Joseph Lipowsky - 1810 ... Hagen. (Franz) bergogl. pfalzneuburgifcher “Hofmaler. Baumeifler und Burgvogt ... 051116

Aichach-Friedberg: Sehenswürdigkeiten des Landkreises Aichach-Friedberg Martin Klonnek - 2015 - ‎Travel Zu den besonderen Ausstattungsstücken der Kirche gehört das Gemälde "Geburt Christi" des Neuburger Hofmalers Franz Hagen von 1717 ...

Moshe Feldenkrais livebook ==

"It always bothers me to see people writing 'RIP' when a person dies. It just feels so insincere and like a cop-out. To me, 'RIP' is the microwave dinner of posthumous honors." -- Lou Reed

Schw. Gmünd in BW

10.00 bhf - begrüßung in der "gold- und silberstadt"äbisch_Gmünd

10.15 - incl. sicht auf die klöster bzw. ex-klöster in gmünd

10.30 stadtgarten - fünfknopfturm - waisenhaus - seiz plastiken - bücherei

10.45 marktplatz - rathaus - bürgerhäuser

11.00 zeiselberg - blick auf königsturm und die stadt - skulpturen von Josef Ueberall 1936-2008) - - zur heiligen anbetung

11.15 ott-pauser-sche fabrik ... kornhaus incl. gmünder kunstverein

11.20 ... beleuchtung des platzes und des münsters durch walter giers. neue gmünder VHS

11.30 - museum im prediger ... fr.holthuis geht nach ulm. 07/2011

11.45 augustinus kirche ...

12.00 ( ... walfisch

Jerg Ratgeb - 1480-1526 (gevierteilt in pforzheim)

Hans Baldung Grien - hans baldung - genannt grien ../stadtinfo/images/strassennamen/baldung.jpg foto HBG ... war da mal ... nun auf ... 120917 ... artikel zu hans b grien 12/08 via hex

Peter Parler - 1330-1399 - dombaumeister

Josef Ueberall - - ex-kloster - ex-pershings

tln. - Alexander G - Siegfried K - bw dz - ...

almost live: Marktplatz und Tunnelbaustelle

Jakob Wilhelm Fehrle

Eckhart Dietz -Arbeiten in der Galerie im Prediger === ... /detail-image.php?aid=475111&iid=0 Eine Ausstellung mit neuen Werken des Gmünder Bildhauers Eckhart Dietz wurde am Freitagabend in der Galerie im Prediger eröffnet. Dietz gehört schon seit fast fünf Jahrzehnten zu den prägenden Personen der Gmünder Künstlerszene. Die Ausstellung ist bis 25. April 2010 zu sehen.

Walter Giers Walter A. Giers (* 10. Mai 1937 in Mannweiler; † 3. April 2016 in Schwäbisch Gmünd) ... Licht-, Klang- und Medienkünstler.

The expression, “I have arrived, I am home,” is the embodiment of my practice... It expresses my understanding of the teaching of the Buddha and is the essence of my practice. Since finding my true home, I no longer suffer. The past is no longer a prison for me. The future is not a prison either. I am able to live in the here and now and to touch my true home. I am able to arrive home with every breath and with every step. - Thich Nhat Hanh, in “At Home in the World”.

Kissling, Hermann:=== Monographie zum Schwäbisch Gmünder Heiligkreuzmünster==== Zum Autor: ... 0405 via a.

Kissling, Hermann [Hrsg.] Kunst im Städtischen Museum Schwäbisch Gmünd Schwäbisch Gmünd, 1979 i Inhalt Einband Titelblatt Plan Inhalt 7 Vorwort 9 Zur Geschichte des Städtischen Museums 11-12 Julius Erhard, der Sammler und Stifter 13 Zur Gestalt und Struktur des Museums 15-16 Römische Funde 18-21 Die Stadt Gmünd im Modell und ihr Umland im Bild 22-23 Hohes Mittelalter 25-40 Spätes Mittelalter 41-56 Von der Renaissance zum Barock 57-61 Goldschmiedekunst 62-65 Objekte der Münsterbauhütte 67-78 Barock 79-85 Volksfrömmigkeit 87-88 Arbeitsplatz eines Goldschmiedes 89 Gmünder Filigran 91-98 Vom Barock zum beginnenden 19. Jahrhundert 99-119 Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts 121-124 Anmerkungen 125-126 Künstlerregister 127 Synopse Tabelle Einband Maßstab/Farbkeil

Texte ... Töne

Verbindungen - text by hinrich jw schueler

Die Arbeiten Josef Überalls verweigern sich jeglicher Einordnung. Voll von scheinbaren Verweisen auf Vorbilder, entziehen sie sich dennoch aller Analogie. Manches Objekt mag lyrisch erscheinen, manches expressiv, anderes psychisch, vieles wirkt in seiner Obskurität hermetisch, zeichenhaft, unzugänglich. Alle Terminologie muß hier versagen, vorgedachte Konzepte prallen zurück, - oder anders gesagt: das Eigentliche der Werke entgleitet jedem vorbereiteten Konzept. Diese Werke scheinen nur für sich selbst da zu sein. Damit sind sie verantwortungslos, denn sie stehen nicht für etwas anderes sinnbildlich ein, transportieren keine Überzeugungen, wollen weder auf die Welt verweisen noch diese zu erklären versuchen. Das ist zugleich auch ein positives Moment: sie sind frei von jeglicher Ideologie. Selbst wenn diese Gegenstände eine solche tragen oder veranschaulichen, versinnbildlichen wollten: sie könnten es nicht. Diese Dinge gehören nicht zu der Welt, zu der das Leben der Stadt gehört, die das Haus umgibt, in welchem sich diese Dinge einfinden, in welchem sie geschaffen werden. Zu wechselhaft ist ein jedes dieser Werke, zu weitschweifig, - und dabei doch so dicht und eng und ganz bei sich selbst. Der Gedanke der Beliebigkeit will sich den Objekten zugesellen, aber auch er findet keine Aufnahme, denn hier herrscht trotz aller Skurrilität und trotz aller Nicht-Ordnung dennoch eine Notwendigkeit. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine innere Notwendigkeit: die Notwendigkeit, auf diese und keine andere Weise etwas aus dem Alltag herauszustellen, diesem Etwas ein limitiertes Dasein zu geben, um es später wieder im Alltag aufgehen zu lassen. Es ist also eher eine Notwendigkeit der Tat als die eines ästhetischen Werkbegriffes, die sich hier einfindet. Wollte ein Besucher dennoch einen roten Faden finden, der ihn leitete durch dieses Haus, oder, anders gesagt: ein Thema feststellen, unter welchem all diese Objekte, Körper, Dinge, Gegenstände, Konglomerate zu subsumieren seien, so sei ihm der Begriff Verbindungen empfohlen.

aus: Hinrich J.W. Schüler: Verbindungen. Annäherungen und Betrachtungen zu Objekten von Josef Überall. 2000. Mit einem Vorwort von Alfred Bast.


Text zum 60. * von Josef

Überall von F.Erbacher===

Das Alphabet des Josef Überall

Serien-/Reihentitel 	S2 Eckpunkt
Sende-/Haupttitel 	Das Alphabet des Josef Überall
Untertitel 	Ein Künstler lebt im Wald und kommt nicht mehr heraus
Erstsendung 	Datum: 05.12.1992 ... Beginn: 10:05:00 , Ende: 10:30:00 , RFA: SDR
Kategorie Inhalt 	Gesellschaft
Kurzreferat 	Seit zehn Jahren lebt der Künstler (O-Ton) Josef Überall
wie ein Eremit in einem Wald bei Schwäbisch Gmünd, zehn
Jahre, die seinen Gedanken und seiner Sprache ihren Stempel aufgedrückt haben.
Schlagwörter 	Überall, Josef: Porträt; Künstler; Kunst; Plastik
AutorIn 	Findeisen, Hans-Volkmar
Redaktion 	Bildung/Eckpunkt
Archivnummer 	0020889

s.a. ... 0902

Glück ist der Stuhl, der plötzlich da steht, wenn man sich gerade zwischen zwei andere setzen wollte. George Bernard Shaw


- 2008

  • 1991 Holzobjekte im I-punkt im Prediger in Schwäbisch Gmünd (erster Kontakt Josef / Karl)
  • 1992 "Zeltausstellung", Alfdorf, Bürlenshalde. incl. Hammer ohne Sichel. in kürze in digital
  • 1993 "Grüne Objekte" Schwäbisch Gmünd, KKF ... s.a. archiv der rems-zeitung
  • 1994 "N.N." Konstanz, zusammen mit Hendrik Glomm und ...
  • 1995 "N.N." Düsseldorf, Galerie im Hafen. incl. fotos von fri.erbacher. fotos auf nachfrage ...
  • 1996 "Ausbeinhaus", Schwäbisch Gmünd (Katalog in der DZ print collection)
  • 1996 "Objekte aus 15 Jahren" Schwäbisch Gmünd, Kunstverein - zum 60. von Josef - incl. Rede von Gerhard Drexel (in print in der DZ print collection)
  • 1997 "St. Katharina" Schw. Gmünd - Dialog von Kunst und Kirche (Katalog in der DZ print collection)
  • 2000 "Überall IST´s besser" Projektforum Dilemma, Waldstetten
  • 2001 "65 Objekte" zum 65. Geburtstag. UNIKOM.
  • 2002 "Quadratische Objekte" Schwäbisch Gmünd, bei Gregor
  • 2003 "Kunstvilla Breidenstein" Schwäbisch Gmünd ===
  • 2006 "ZeitZeichen" === Kunst ist Überall ... Poster
  • 2007 "PISO" Schwäbisch Gmünd - war mal auf www familie-guenthner de
  • 2008 "Aquarelle" Schwäbisch Gmünd, bei Gregor. bis ende mai 2008.

2008 -

  • 2008 "Gmünd ART" Schwäbisch Gmünd, Prediger, Refektorium, 27./28. Juni 2008
  • 2011 "ueberall75" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2012 "ueberall76" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2013 "ueberall77" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2014 "ueberall20" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2015 "ueberall20" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2016 "ueberall80" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2017 "ueberall81" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki
  • 2018 "ueberall20.18" ... virtuell exakt hier auf dieser seite im aki-wiki

Many of us are resistant to the idea that one day we will die.

At the same time, we want to know what happens when we die. Some of us believe we will go to heaven and live happily there. For others, it seems life is too short and we want another chance, to do better next time around. This is why the idea of reincarnation seems very appealing. We may hope that the people who have committed acts of violence will be brought to justice in the next life and be made to pay for their crimes. Or perhaps we're afraid of nothingness, of oblivion, of not existing anymore. And so, when our body starts to age and disintegrate, it's tempting to think we might have the opportunity to start again in a young and healthy body, like discarding worn-out clothes.

The idea of reincarnation suggests there is a separate soul, self, or spirit that somehow leaves the body at death, flies away, and then reincarnates in another body. lt's as though the body is some kind of house for the mind, soul, or spirit. This implies that the mind and body can be separated from each other, and that although the body is impermanent, the mind and spirit are somehow permanent. But neither of these ideas is in accord with the deepest teachings of Buddhism.

- Thich Nhat Hanh

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