Symbiosis of opinions instead of war of opinions

Having an opinion, especially a system-critical one, is increasingly becoming a risky, even dangerous, undertaking today. Conditions like those in the former GDR, where people were persecuted, warned, and even imprisoned for system-critical opinions, now prevail in a similar way with us. How can that be in a country where there is freedom of expression under the Basic Law? We read about this in the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, Article 5: [Freedom of expression, arts, and science.] …

German Christmas Culture in a Multicultural Time

In the following we speak of Christmas and Christmas culture, even though today, given the many Muslim immigrants, there are considerations to abolish the term „Christmas“ and replace it with a term that suits everyone and does not offend anyone, for example Wintertime instead of Christmas time. This confronts us with the question of whether someone who has a different faith…

The culture of decency

It is inherently designed so that every human being has an inner ethical-moral filter and scale system, which automatically classifies everything that man produces, whether thoughts, decisions or actions, according to higher standards into good or evil, decent or indecent, honest or dishonest, etc. The result of the filter and scale system is passed on to the conscience of man, with the result that …