German musician Herbert Grönemeyer became the editor-in-chief of the 43rd edition of the ZEIT magazine. He was responsible for the whole conception. The result is a magazine about identity, imprudence and humanity.

For one section he confronted family and friends with a rather philosophical question: “What is imprudent for you, and what is a rather lighter sense” (In German it’s a play on words that is hardly possible to translate). Sibel was happy to contribute and explained the term imprudence with a little poem. Also other highly regarded people complied with Grönemeyer’s request like Günther Jauch, Anke Engelke, Toni Kroos, Harald Schmidt, Judith Holofernes, Anne Will, Robert Wilson and Anton Corbjin.

Link to the issue 43/18: