This lovely build is located on the “Retrospect” sim and the land description reads, “Benvenuto dove nessuno ti vuole bene, dove nessuno ti vuole male…” which translates into “Welcome where no one cares about you, where no one wants to hurt….”
It was ironic that I found this sim today as I have spent almost a week in retrospection, thinking back about the past and the events that have transpired and how they affect or have shaped my present as well as my direction to the future. And, in retrospection, mistakes were made. Part of looking back is asking if you have regrets or wish you had done something different and, in my case, the answer is yes. For me, however, retrospection was not about resurrection but rather acceptance and enlightenment.
Even more apropos was the artwork that is scattered through the build. The beauty of art is that the meaning is different for everyone who observes it. Interpretation based upon emotion or experiences. For me, a majority of it translated to the crumbling of a presence, belief, or emotion that once existed and thrived inside of me. Where there was a couple involved, it represented that desire to hold on to what was falling apart in front of them, slipping through their fingers, finding themselves unable to hold the pieces together no matter how hard they tried. In the end, some of the pieces were lost, never to be there again. I took it one step further knowing in my mind that eventually someone would come along to refurbish them, to make them whole once again. Some new pieces would be required but they would once again flourish. That is my interpretation anyway.
Enough babbling, I hope you enjoy the pictures and the SLURL is located at the bottom of the post. I hope you find the sim as thought provoking as I did.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: Digital Art -Cammino e Vivo Capovolto