A love and sex story from a novel 
 by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.



Civilization is culture. 
 It reflects our humanity. 
If we loose our humanity,
 civilization disintegrates
 and society with it.
Healing begins with a private renaissance.

When the horrors of historic and current events become overwhelming, and those intended for the future of mankind defy the power of words to describe them, we find ourselves in a trap that is hard to get out of. The protagonist finds himself in this trap. "This mustn't be allowed to happen," he says. He finds himself in tears after a lecture on the theme of depopulation, at a youth-organized peace conference in a Russian city at the Black Sea.

He also finds himself being helped in his hour of pain by a woman who found her own peace in the renaissance atmosphere of classical music. She invites him into this world that has become her world, a world where despondency has been displaced with a growing sense of universal love, inspired by classical music. After all, the great classical composers, Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, and so forth, were all children of a great renaissance in which the Principle of Universal Love stood higher on the agenda than we have it today in modern time.

In the course of the story, as the protagonist regains his 'sanity,' a precious love affair unfolds that becomes invariably sexual, in which both the protagonist and the woman guide each other to higher ground. They explore a sphere where love unfolds above the quagmire of inhumanity that is inherent in the growing imperial mania for creating a future for mankind with the mass killing of people.

The sexual love story, Depopulation, Mozart, Ice Cream, and Wine, is a chapter of the novel, The Ice Age Challenge, the second episode of the series of novels, The Lodging for the Rose, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.


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