/// a swedish man told me I wasn’t allowed to hate the Swedish left for sending thousands of Jews to their deaths, sterilising Romani people, having a ton of antisemitism in their party and praising the Nazis during WW2 because I can only hate either them or the nazi party ///
This beautiful Swedish lady sings an ancient Viking song. Now watch how the cows respond.
It is often argued that everything our ancestors did and said gets stored into our brains. Their experience and knowledge gets passed down from generation to generation. This may explain why we know or react to certain things without having any prior knowledge.
Kulning is an ancient herding call used in the Scandinavian region. The call is a high pitch tone that can reach long distances. The herding call sounds more like a haunting and sad melody meant to echo through mountains and alleys.
It was getting late and foggy on a magical night last month when Swedish artist Jonna Jinton wanted to try kulning. She wanted to find out if the animals would answer to the call their own ancestors heard when the women called them. Kulning might just be one of the most beautiful and enchanting sounds ever made.
You like the music? Go for it! Enjoy the books? Sure, do it! Heard someone speak it in a café one time and loved the sound of it? Get yourself some paper and start practicing!!! Don’t let anything deter you from learning something new 🌱🐝
In order to reduce waste and fight
back against our ‘disposable’ society
by making the cost of repairing an
item more appealing than buying
something new, a proposal made to
Swedish parliament in 2016 calls
for tax breaks to be given when
people hire a professional to repair
things like shoes, clothes, bikes,
and home appliances. SourceSource 2