Hannah, 15, has already been through a lot. Neglected by her parents, she had to learn early on to fend for herself. The world seems forbidding to her, she doesn't really feel like she belongs anywhere.
Hannah, 15, has already been through a lot. Neglected by her parents, she had to learn early on to fend for herself. The world seems forbidding to her, she doesn't really feel like she belongs anywhere. Now she faces her biggest challenge yet: opening up and realizing that she can do much more with her life than she thinks. A lot of things seem strange to her in this café. Who are you? Why are you here? She discovers these questions on the back of the menu, and that's what gets her talking to people. They show her a world full of possibilities. Hannah learns that she always has a choice and that it is her decision how her life will go on.
John Strelecky was born in Chicago in 1969 and now lives in Florida. He worked in business for many years until a life-changing event prompted him to tell the story of 'Café on the Edge of the World' at the age of 33. He had no writing experience up to that point. John has since written other books whose messages encourage millions of people to live their lives their way. Because of his work, he has been named one of the 100 most inspirational people in leadership and personal development. All of this continues to touch and amaze him.
Moderation (English/German): Anouk Schollähn.
Please note the hygiene and access regulations in force on site at the time of the event.
Note: This text was translated by machine translation software and not by a human translator. It may contain translation errors.
All rights reserved
We are giving away 1 set of 2 entries to the Kunstmuseum Basel and a dinner at the Safran Zunft.