Three German Phrases on Beginnings to Celebrate One Year of this Podcast!
I got a little verklemmt in this one.
It's the One-Year Anniversary of this podcast! Hurra!
So first I answer a couple of questions.
Then there are three phrases in German on beginnings.
And to close it out: a boatload of thank-yous.
Authors and such mentioned in this episode:
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Christine Brückner (new to me!)
die Schadenfreude = pleasure at someone else's misfortune
die Waldeinsamkeit = solitude of the forest
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