Appreciating what we have


Umbrella vs boots – seeing what we lack The double envy paradox Text and illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt Often the grass can look greener on the other side, as we focus on what we lack instead of what we have. The good thing is that by talking together we can get the other side of … Continue reading Appreciating what we have

AI is ready, are we?


Soon most of us will become irrelevant, as technology can do more and more of our work, cheaper and better than us – without asking questions

When you don’t have a minute


Logbook 16. Aug. 2018 – Time is such a strange thing. When hiking we define progress in steps taken in the right direction. Time seems to be something else

Meeting yourself


Hiking Logbook 15. August 2018, In a glimpse on the trail, a thought flicker through my mind – could it be, was that me?

phones are everywhere


Logbook 14. August 2018, Sketch note ( detail) on how we are glued to our phones, even in nature

Camp space sketch


Logbook 1. Aug. 2018 – Sketching up examples of different and unique social spaces in a camp

Time as path


Paths, steps and choices are intertwined in both our language and our lives

Landscapes of understanding


Logbook 17 Nov. 2017 If trains where free for musicians, when my feet turns the other way around, and trees talk Text and drawings by Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org I’ve been drawing up thoughts and understandings today, wondering about things like trains, feet and sunsets, while sketching watercolors of what-ever came to my mind: Here are … Continue reading Landscapes of understanding

Teatime at the wishing well


Things that might trigger wishful thinking Text, thoughts and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt To get closer to what wishful thinking is I have looked at a number of classic places and ways to engage in wishful thinking. From sending things out in the universe, to watch shooting stars, throw coins in wishing wells, hang out … Continue reading Teatime at the wishing well

Can hiking solve global problems?


When you walk, you can only carry a little, and only take one step at the time – just those two things can really make a great difference to anybody’s understanding, after a few days