COUNTDOWN TO AESCHBACHER – THE SECOND QUESTION
Looking back on one’s own life can be difficult for some of us. It certainly is for me. There are things I have done I wish I has never done. Things I have gone through which I wish I had never experienced. But as I grow older I have learnt one truth: It is of utmost importance to live right now, so that remembering things past is a joy, not a burden.
Aeschbacher asked me this: What was the most decisive experience of your younger years? The one that decided the further course of your life?
What would you have answered?
Tomorrow, Thursday, 8. May 2014 – 22.15 – SF 1