ein Blumenmönch in Gott verliebt.
· Liedtext: Es ist keine Elend zu groß, Gott kann es tragen. Es ist kein Berg ihm zu hoch, Gott kann ihn ebnen. Es ist kein Sturmwind zu stark, Gott kann ihn stillen. · Hier wieder ein neues Lied. Ich hoffe es gefällt euch:) Songtext: Wieder, berührt er einfach deinen Körper, du willst mit ihm reden, doch dir fehlen noch die Wörter. Hast dich ausgezogen.
Gott spielt eine neue Melodie in den Misstönen der Menschheitsgeschichte. Er schafft sich unter den Menschen neue Resonanzräume. Wenn er einen Ton anschlägt, bringen diese Schwingungen die Umgebung zum Klingen. Wenn er den Erlöser ankündigt, wird der Advent zum klangstärksten Raum. Daher hat die Adventszeit solch eine musikalische und emotionale Kraft.
Gott hat ein neues Lied angestimmt und bringt die Seinen in Resonanz. Die Gemeinde ist durch die himmlischen Heerscharen in Schwingung geraten.
Sie wird von diesem Gesang selbst zum Klingen gebracht. Denken wir nur an die gewaltigen Werke des Weihnachtsoratoriums von J.
Bach, das Sänger und Zuhörer in seinen Bann zieht. Bach, das Sänger und Zuhörer in seinen Bann zieht. Wir haben Grund zu singen, allen Drohungen und aller Angst zum Trotz.
Da klingt ein feines Lied in alle Disharmonien hinein. Gott will in uns Saiten zum Klingen bringen, die schon lange keiner mehr angezupft hat. In uns soll ein Klangraum entstehen, gegen alle Bitterkeit und Enttäuschungen, die uns das Singen abgewöhnt haben.
Dieses neue Lied singt in einer Frequenz, die alle Trauerarien überlagert. Klingt mit diesem neuen Lied, nicht Gesang in unsere verstummten Alltäglichkeiten? Du kommentierst mit Deinem WordPress. Du kommentierst mit Deinem Twitter-Konto. Du kommentierst mit Deinem Facebook-Konto. Benachrichtigung bei weiteren Kommentaren per E-Mail senden. Informiere mich über neue Beiträge per E-Mail.
Einen gesegneten und klangreichen 1. Elfen Lied involves themes of social alienation , identity , prejudice , revenge , abuse , jealousy , regret and the value of humanity. A episode anime television series adaptation was produced by the studio Arms and broadcast on AT-X from July to October The anime began airing before the manga was complete; as a result, the plot differed between the two, especially the ending.
Elfen Lied takes place in Kamakura and Kanagawa , and focuses on the "Diclonius", a newly mutated species. Their appearance is similar to humans, but with several differences, namely horn-like protrusions on the forehead and the presence of telekinetic invisible arms called "Vectors". One such Diclonius, Lucy , is the main character of the series: Initially held in a facility built for experimentation, located off the coast of Kamakura, she manages to escape and wreak havoc, but is injured in the process, an event which causes her to develop a secondary, childlike personality known as Nyu.
Lucy is found by two locals, Kouta, who studies at the local university, and his cousin Yuka. They take her in, and become involved with the numerous, often brutal, attempts to recapture her by a Special Assault Team and a number of other Diclonius, who shift frequently from oblivious to murderous.
Much of the plot of Elfen Lied revolves around the Diclonii species, which strongly resemble humans; the only obvious difference is the two horn-like protrusions extending from the Temporal bone and Parietal bone regions of the skull. Diclonii powers involve the use of invisible arms, known as "vectors", that can grasp and impact things as if they are solid, but also become insubstantial and pass through objects.
They can slice objects as well, which is how Diclonii usually kill their victims. Vectors usually have a limited range of a few meters, but the length varies among each Diclonius. Diclonii also demonstrate the ability to sense one another. A key point of debate throughout the series is the Diclonius propensity towards violence.
Many have a vendetta against humans, and have ambitions to wipe out the human race and populate the world with their own species. It is disputed and contradicted during the series as to how Diclonii develop their violent behavior, whether it is part of their genetic DNA or whether it stems from abuse by humans.
If a Diclonius vector penetrates or even so much as touches a human male body, the "vector virus" is transferred to the human, causing their children to be born as Diclonii when born from humans they are called "Silpelits". An incident involving the escape of a child Diclonius during Kurama's early years, where the Diclonius' vectors penetrated him without causing him pain, resulted in Mariko being born a Diclonius and Kurama taking precautions against a recurrence by urging Bando to be sterilized.
There is only one Diclonius that is actually capable of reproducing: When Elfen Lied was being adapted into an anime series, director Mamoru Kanbe was recommended to work on the series by the series composer, Takao Yoshioka. Yoshioka believed that Kanbe's general drawing style and composition would be ideal to adapt the manga, still in publication at the time, into an anime series.
Kanbe himself, originally reluctant about joining the production, gained interest in it upon reading the manga. While the manga was still ongoing at the time, Kanbe and the production team were forced to condense the plot of the series into thirteen episodes, even though they felt it was necessary to make more as several significant plot details in the manga which Kanbe felt he could have used to make the series more emotive were left out.
According to Kanbe, he considered Elfen Lied as a "love story," and he wanted to "bring viewers to tears. The production team were originally surprised by Okamoto's choice of Kamakura as a setting for the series; however, after several visits to the area, Kanbe commented that the setting in Kamakura was, according to the production team, ideal for the poignant and reflective drama in the series to unfold, as its general tranquility and geography made for a reflective and yet eerie, deep-meaning backdrop to the series.
This is used as an important device in conveying the ideas of memory and emotional association, such as the contrast between Kohta and Lucy's conversation when they were ten years old in comparison with their conversation in the final episode. In comments made by director Mamoru Kanbe on the Elfen Lied website, he stated that he intended for the anime to question and discuss values relating to the way in which humans divide each other by difference, as well as the belief that atrocities such as those committed by Lucy in the series are strongly influenced by the way in which people are treated by their fellow beings.
The series frequently discusses the events and treatment which define the human character in such a way, and the problems which arise from discrimination, as well as the wild contrasts between compassion and vengeance between fellow humans, through the strong vengeance of Lucy compared with her past memory of Kohta.
Many of the themes are mentioned at the teasers at the ends of episodes. Themes such as genocide and the attempts to "purify" the earth from each other also appear in the anime.
Both Diclonius and the human species feel the need to populate the earth with their own and wipe the other out.
Kanbe quoted this in relation to the desire of humans to cast each other out and segregate one another. Throughout the series, there is a great deal of blood and gore, graphic violence as well as psychological violence. One of the most prevalent motifs of the series is the humanity of the Diclonius, especially contrasted against the inhumanity of ordinary people. One reviewer described the series as "devoted to quite a few of the darker, more callous factors of human nature.
Also, animal cruelty is present when two young boys mercilessly beat Lucy's puppy until it dies; though the act is off-screen, a copious amount of blood is shown. Most of the episodes contain graphic violence, including instances of torture, and at one point the series addresses consequences of the rape of a child. The series also includes scenes that present female nudity and strong language specifically in the English dub. The series juxtaposes many different tones and genres and was described by Bamboo Dong of Anime News Network as "mixing insane amounts of violence with a heavy dose of 'ultra-cuteness.
Elfen Lied has been described as similar to, or borrowing elements from Chobits , 3x3 Eyes  and Gunslinger Girl. The opening and ending sequences feature artistic drawings of the principal characters.
Advent ist das Aufflammfest. Because the manga was in production by the time the TV series began broadcasting, the manga and anime have several significant plot differences.
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