Archive for April, 2015

Casanova’s Mask

April 24, 2015

SaveMe Oh's Weblog

Casanova Rehula: OMG, you published my chat with you! Jesus!

SaveMe Oh: As if you didn’t know

Casanova Rehula: Sure I didn’t, but now I do. That was private, how could you?!

SaveMe Oh: Private? What is that?

Casanova Rehula: Just between you and me.

SaveMe Oh: And who are you?

Casanova Rehula: A person.

SaveMe Oh: A nobody, and chats with nobody’s can’t be private

Casanova Rehula: I am not nobody. I am me.

SaveMe Oh: Everybody is a me so you won’t be detected. And you can always use the next alt.

Casanova Rehula: Not a good move.

SaveMe Oh: Why not, nobody knows this avi, so no problem

Casanova Rehula: I avoid any publicity. And you should have asked me for permission.

SaveMe Oh: And why you avoid any publicity??? Snob!

Casanova Rehula: I am not snob and I don’t have to explain why I avoid publicity…

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Glimpses of a Creative Living Universe

April 24, 2015

Creative by Nature

“A human being is a part of a whole, called by us Universe… He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” ~Albert Einstein


As Albert Einstein and others have observed, our Universe exists as a unified field or whole. Energy swirling as atoms, giving rise to molecules, forming galaxies, stars, planets, mountains, rivers, clouds and the bodies of all living beings. If this is so, why don’t more of us “see” the world this way, experience our lives for the miracle it is?

Mostly, it’s cultural myths and…

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Something for the petrol heads

April 9, 2015

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Museum of The History of the Vehicle - LEA 2 Museum of The History of the Vehicle – LEA 2

For those with a passion for trucks, vans, motorbikes, motor racing and – most of all – cars, there are a couple of events going on in SL that might interest you.

The first, The History of the Vehicle, is taking place at LEA 2. Billed as being six months in the making, the exhibit is curated by Sapphire  Hotaling as a celebration of wheeled vehicles in Second Life from 2005 through to the present day, with some 130+ individual vehicles from almost 50 designers and creators on display,

Museum of The History of the Vehicle - LEA 2The History of the Vehicle – LEA 2

With the exception of the main building, located on the north side of the region, and a large display area to the east, the majority of the museum space is open air, with various display areas clearly marked and reached via footpaths…

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