Monthly Archives: June 2009

Copenhagen Summer Fun: Something for Everyone

I wrote the following article for Copenhagen Exclusive Magazine. It appeared in print last year but never made it online. It’s filled with lots of tips on things to do in and around CPH during the summer! Wonderful Copenhagen also compiled a list of Sea View Hangouts. Sunset at Furesøen – Denmark’s deepest lake When the […]

Just Face It…

I read a passage in a wonderful book I’m reading (that I also highly recommend) called “Anam Cara, A book of Celtic Wisdom,” by John Donohue. It resonated with me so much that I want to make sure it sticks. SO, I’m putting it here to do that! “SPONTANEITY AND BLOCKAGE” The story is about […]

Baby Dies: 11 Danish Doctors Make Grave Mistake

I am astounded….and stunned, but regretfully not surprised. Today’s front cover article on the largest national daily, Berlingske Tidende, reads: “Baby døde efter lægesvigt,” (Baby died after medical failure). It’s a very sad and most unfortunate story about how, after several (ELEVEN) attempts to get proper treatment, a 14-month old baby died from swallowing a battery […]

Søren Kierkegaard on the Most Important Thing

What I really lack is to be clear in my mind what I am to do, not what I am to know, except in so far as a certain knowledge must precede every action. The thing is to understand myself, to see what God really wishes me to do: the thing is to find a […]

Videos about Denmark/Scandinavia

I’ve collected a few videos about Scandinavian culture and decided to do a quick round-up. Here are some of my favorites. Guide to Copenhagen Lonely Plant’s Copenhagen Danish Language 60 Minutes Episode about Denmark being “the happiest” place to live Here is a site with several other videos as well.