Digital design to illustrate this website and my Second Life™, talking online with digital friends I might have never met in real life, listening to the sound of my stove which turns itself on with its digital brain, listening to my youngest daughter tap, tap, tap on her keyboard chatting away to her american friend with whom she has travelled the seven seas of the digital World Wide Web.
This is 2009 and Obama has been sworn in as the 44th president of the United States since yesterday. Our collective consciousness has lived a sort of oasis of peace and hope in this time of credit crunch and gloom.
Suddenly we are asked gently but firmly to act responsably and be accountable for our actions in our personal life, and in towards the world and its ecology and the people living this world.
Being aware is what we are urged to do, being aware of our responsability towards ourselves and others. We are asked to be aware of the repercussions of our actions in the world of ecology, sociology. This awareness is only going to dawn on us when we become very consciously aware of the the workings of our very own being. All the thoughts that we think have an influence on the world and whether we accept that or not, that is the reality. Refining our awareness is . . .