I reblogg this old posting because I just got a interesting comment from TheOriginalME which is worth contemplating….

The Eternal Sunshine of the Metaverse

A quote has been flying around in the blog sphere for a while now, after it got published dec 26; ”Also – and few people want to admit this publicly – Second Life attracts ‘broken’ people. I don’t mean this as an insult in any way, as I am absolutely one of the broken ones. Second Life gives many of us very crucial things which are lacking in our own lives. For some, it’s the ability to socialize in ways that are difficult or impossible in real life.” Marx Dudek

She has written a great blog post, I just dont agree with that quote and I feel a need to break it down a bit. Its a common predudice I think and some people like to think its like that because of this anonymity for example. I´v met quite a lot of ppl in virtual worlds over the years and…

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  1. There is no such thing as a “broken” person. To label someone as being broken also implies that they need “fixing”. You fix cars, plumbing, computers and other things. Not people. That’s because a person is not a thing. With people you support and heal but mostly, you accept.

    • Sarge; u so bloody nailed it! :))) Love your attitude <3

      "With people you support and heal but mostly, you accept." we need remember that…

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