The morning was vexingly strange. Even though I had known for some time that this Sunday was the day when Jordan Peterson was to give a lecture in Ljubljana, and had the tickets, I didn’t know how many opportunities surrounding it would arise. Continue reading The Day when Jordan B. Peterson spoke in Slovenia
Last Thursday Gostišče Idrija, in collaboration with some other local agencies and companies, organized an event titled “Culinary Innovations – from žlikrof to dessert” (sl. Inovacije v kulinariki – od žlikrofa do sladice). Within the scope of this event I designed the banner, advertising material and photographed the event. Here is the banner design and … Continue reading Chocolate žlikrofi and Idrija mining tunnels
I find writing things helps to make your thoughts concrete and they start facing you instead of you facing them. If one can face his own thoughts as something concrete, something real, something that isn’t only limited to “subconscious”, then one can make closures, and properly think things out. When you write things down, another … Continue reading Words Made Concrete
Last Week I was in Serbia on the WBP Bible Camp. I love the fact that Jesus united us in prayer, in songs, in worship and in experiencing the Gospel Continue reading Bible Camp in Serbia
A while ago I was arguing about privatizing the State, so that it would relieve it’s monopolies and become like a company. It’s constitution would thereby be similar to the incorporation papers or a legal document, that anyone could dissociate with on individual or corporate level. The basic fundamental difference between the State now and … Continue reading Privatizing the State
People often say that capitalists run on greed. Sure, there’s some who do, but overall I’d beg to differ. So let’s suppose, that you love working with wood and you inherited a forest. If you love working with wood you know, that albeit not extremely scarce, wood is a temporally limited resource. If not anything … Continue reading Capitalism: Greed or Service?
People have been migrating since their existence. For most of the history Europe, which now has the so called “Migrant Crisis” on its hands, people moved relatively freely and to do so they didn’t even know of passports or papers with which one could prove their identity. Passports came into existence as letters requesting safe … Continue reading Questioning Identity Papers