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my seemingly odd way of spelling ingeneer, click on it.
Subsequently, you will indubitably agree.
What’s an inspirited ingeneer? The word has many meanings, and in my stories, it takes on one or another. Let me refer you to explanations from thesaurus and etymology sites.
The nominative form: to inspirit can mean:
1. to infuse spirit into, fill with courage, or exaltation
2. to cause to be possessed by a spirit
3. To infuse new life or spirit into; to animate; to encourage; to invigorate.
The past tense participle inspirited would mean:
1. to be filled with spirit or courage, or be exalted
2. to be possessed by
3. to be animated and invigorated.
Reflecting on myself, I am glad to say, that all of the above applies to me, especially the ingeneer part of me.
As you notice, in my work as ingeneer, I like to be exact. Following the proverb: The job is only complete when all paperwork is done.
In the headline, I also mentioned the word artistic. You may wonder how the left brain activity of ingeneering can harmonise with the Arts? In my life, curiosity would find creative expression not only in ingeneering but also in Arts. Soon I discovered that concerning creativity there is no difference between the two. Even the manifestation follows similar processes. I write more about this in my article Art in Ingeneering
An oldtimer ingeneer? I studied in Germany, Karlsruhe, from 1965 to 1970 in the faculty of Feinwerktechnik. There were not many of us those days… rare as hen’s teeth. Studying was free, many applied for a place, only a few were accepted and merely a fraction completed the course. Universities were centres of research and teaching excellence, today teaching is a business.
No worries, this site is not as much about me. Here I spin a yarn about my adventures working as ingeneer. The topics did not fit any of My other Sites. That’s why I started this site.
Primarily and as always is: Enjoy
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