A thing is an object that we use to fulfill a specific purpose. As soon as this purpose is fulfilled and this thing is no longer useful, this thing is disposed of and replaced with a new thing. This thing can be a commodity, such as a toy, a machine, a computer, or a car, but unfortunately we humans have also been reduced to a thing.

As comsumers and producers we live in a world, where justice, freedom, joy, love and peace are distant ideals we strive for, but never really achieve, a world in which most people have no idea who they are or why they exist,

but conform to the rules and expectations of an invisible and omnipresent authority in order to be, what is expected of them, a thing.

It is therefore the task of Kein Ding to remind you, that you are not a thing,

but a unique person with an unlimited potential, as well as a

a multitude of (unrealized) talents, human qualities and abilities,

and that your worth does not depend on how the world you live in judges and evaluates you.

To express it with in the words of John Stuart Mill, an 18th century British philosopher:

Human nature is not a machine

to be built after a model,

and set to do exactly the work prescribed for it,

but a tree,

which requires to grow and develop itself on all sides,

according to the tendency of the inward forces

which make it a living thing.

More than just a German figure of speech which means something like;

no problem, everything is fine, it's easy,

Kein Ding is a rEvoluntionary new philosophy of learning which can help you

gain insight into the true nature of the most important things in life,

find answers to your own questions,

and help you deal better with the day to day challenges of life.

Kein Ding is based on the fundamental idea that

the best things in life, such as love, freedom, peace, joy, truth, change and wisdom are not things

that exist in the world outside of us, they cannot be found, lost or acquired with money,

but they are free, and at the same time the most valuable and important things in life.

These things are human qualities and virtues that exist in each and every one of us.

Only there can they be found and developed, in order to be then applied practically.

How to do that is really, truly Kein Ding.

was inspired by prophets such as Jesus and Buddha, the holy scriptures, the big names of the American self-development industry such as Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Napolen Hill, Dale Carnegy and Anthony Robbins, philosophers and psychologists such as Erich Fromm, Krishnamurti and Carl Jung, as well all the countless thinkers and visionaries who tried to find answers to life's fundamental questions.

You can find some of these works in the following reference library.

The best things in life aren't things

Life coaching 

Kein Ding is here to guide you in a new way of thinking, which will empower you to look at your personal challenges as an

opportunity for change, growth and learning

Kein Dinglisch language courses 

During fun and interesting conversations I help you

improve your german or englisch language and communicaion skills, even in just a short amount of time.

Community building 

Group meetings and fun raising events

to create the experience of

community building through

interactive communication