"Tilt your head back and see the stars for what they are.
Billions and billions of us. We are dust, a beautiful breif glimpse at life.
We got it right.
And by the grace of love that has infinite sides. And exists as a topless mountain. All encompassing me, all knowing you, all lovingly.
For how long have I known him.
As long as love has uttered itself as a word.
As long as love has flowed in the form of abundance.
And short is forever. I see love in all.
Bird to tree, tree to branch, branch to trunk, trunk to earth.
And we were born through love's window.
Give for the sake of giving and love will answer the divine line.
I love love for the sake of loving, an all loving source that exists to exist.
And so experience can experience itself as love through me." -Bushwalla
Hohenzollern castle in Germany is the ancestral seat of the Hohenzollern family, which emerged in the Middle Ages and eventually became Prussian emperors.
The castle is located on top of Berg (Mount) Hohenzollern at an elevation of 855 meters and was first constructed in the first part of the 11th century.
Among the historical artifacts of Prussian history contained in the castle today are the crown of Wilhelm II and some of the personal effects of Frederick the Great and a letter from US President George Washington thanking Baron von Steuben, a scion of the House of Hohenzollern, for his service in the American Revolutionary War. The castle is today a popular tourist destination.