“When you look into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
Yesterday I visited the China sim for the very first time. From what I read from a description on it the sim was designed as an interactive Chinese brush painting. It’s not a new sim. It’s just new to me, having never visited or even known about its existence.
I must admit as much as I still enjoy the wonders of this virtual world I had lost a little of that exploration bug. Someone once told me that the novelty does wear off after a while. Maybe there is some truth to the statement. I like to believe that I try to always keep that inner child open to the creative imagination that gets sparked by the things I do in this world, including exploring places like this one.
In thinking about this. Sometimes I just lack the patience to stand still long enough for a place to completely rez so that I can enjoy what it offers. More often than not I teleport out as quickly as I entered. The landmark in the inventory for a future visit and as time passes the intention of visiting becomes something of the past.
Though I was quite happy to visit this place and was quite delighted with the concept. The simplicity is what makes it very appealing and beautiful in my eyes.
Location: China Sim
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