Countdown and a Happy New Year 2010
It is time to say goodbye to the year 2009 and many traditions and habits will be implemented for the past and the future to come.
Each year has its own headings either to be remembered or written in the books of history depending where and by whom it will be printed as something important for generations to come.
Many will probably think about the financial crisis or the year where the world tried to be united in the survival for generations to come by a huge reduction of pollution and subsequently a heated globe that may change a lot during the upcoming years.
Our cultures will probably be changed gradually and the World Map today will look quite different with new and vanished areas also bearing in mind that a new World Order is just around the corner. The cultural aspects now in force will of course continue and could be a tool to bigger changes worldwide and to the benefit of the entire population on earth. Political and religious issues might of course appear to be a barrier towards a united cultural platform for other goals like co-operative works in all aspects of “green” developments and progress in our environments.
Any kind of unity with different political, religious and cultural issues needs courage, respect and acknowledgement from both sides and will be the most difficult exercise in work and trials many years ahead. Sitting or standing at ringside to the COP15 climate conference made my most negative illusions to realities whenever it came to topics about money, cultural differences and misunderstandings. People with a significant inside knowledge to the status on earth were unfortunately not amongst those 192 leaders of the world negotiating prices and conditions for the saving of our globe.
On a short term basis we can all contribute with our positive minds in this upcoming New Year 2010 – not worldwide but locally and in our regions of origin. I am sure that most of the members in the EACMG group might prepare and think about new creative ideas to own and others benefit in spirits, joy, quality and common interests in our little universe.
Anyone working in the fields of creativity can make a contribution whether small or big – alone we can do something, but together a lot more why your skills and views are important to all. The internet access is indeed one of our most valuated tools in communication used with sense and without being dependent like people on drugs or narcotics.
A “bib” just once in a while from our members is more than welcomed insofar it can be difficult to remember “who is who” and “who is doing what” from time to time. To be present live in cyberspace might lead to live meetings following new horizons in business, relationships and co-operative related working areas. Many video clips have been “link attached” in our group during 2009 and I will end up with some of my own video shots until we are well established in 2010:
We are always looking forward to another year following traditions and forecasts either made by ourselves or others. The past year might have shown us, that it is even more important now to be active in all aspects of positive dreams and wishes and only our own efforts and involvements in the human life on earth may be realized if we can realize our own ego into respect, acknowledgement and care of other people despite political, religious, race and origin of culture.
Art, culture and music are indeed some of the chain builders in the world and I will be more than delighted to see as many as possible “live” during 2010. The agenda for tours, events and concerts will follow right after the New Year celebration for your convenience and action.
Happy New Year 2010
Kurt Lykke Lindved – www.lykkelindved.com
This newsletter has been written by moderator Kurt Lykke Lindved of the group “European Art, Culture and Music Gateway”.
Visit the group here: http://www.xing.com/net/www.xing.comeurogateway/