my trip to Berlin I came back to Bonn. On an afternoon in Autumn I
went out to walk along the Rhein River. After some kilometer river
walking I decided to drop by a nice coffee shop for a cup of coffee.
While I was sitting there, I overheard a couple´s conversation. The guy
staring at his girlfriend's eyes caressed her hand and whispered "Du
bist ein Goldstück" in her ear.
looked at my cup of coffee and noticed it had been already empty. I was
quiet for a while looking the Rhein river through the windows and then
whispered to myself; "what such a beautiful word to finish a
Yes, they had broken their relationship, I could read it in their eyes.
while trying to write about my trip to Berlin and Weimer I could say
that I came into not only the Germany´s heart but also the history of
the two World Wars. I also came into the heart of the democracy,
liberty, and modernity. Needless to say I had visited the hometown of
my favorites philosophers, and besides, the hometown of my best friend.
This experience was really "ein Goldstück".
also say this, thinking about my relationship with German friends. The
first day that I learnt this word was when a couple was brokening their
relationship. Now I am using the same word not only to describe a good
relationship among friends, but also to mean how profitable was and this
is for my whole life.
my experienced living some months in Germany, I roundly can say that
German culture and its language is special for me... Germans are not
only my friends, they are friends!