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The Power of Goodbye (2)

Life is in constant change and it influences second life more strongly that most of us care to publicly admit, but one bad choice, a small bump in the road and it can mean kissing your idyllic avatar and second life goodbye.

Finding the right balance between second life and real life can be complex but it’s not impossible, same goes for knowing who to trust and who to question inside a platform where half of your choices are based on the information you are exposed to and blind faith, after all anyone can be whomever they want with the simple gesture of opening a new account and getting a fresh start, or in some cases grief a person they are not particularly fond of.

What happens and how do you adjust when real life gets in the way and starts taking away things or people you loved inside the simulator? how do you draw the line that most people pretend to draw to keep real life and second life separate? The more time I spend in second life, the more I realize that the so called line does not exist -there is a person behind the avatar and that person is a real one-, both our second lives and real lives do influence each other, even if we make every possible effort so they don’t.

I am not personally fond of saying goodbye to friends and family, even if the goodbye is a mere see you soon. A goodbye gesture, this being a hug, a kiss or handshake is final, it marks the end of something, even if the new that’s about to come is even better, at the time when you’re saying your goodbyes you don’t know better and I want to carry on living thinking that the only thing permanent in life is death… and that is a permanent situation that does require the power of goodbye.

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La vida está siempre en un cambio constante e influencia a nuestro second life más de lo que nos atrevemos a admitir, pero una mala elección, un pequeño bache en el camino y puede significar el adiós de tu vida idilica y de tu avatar en la plataforma.

Encontrar el balance entre ambas vidas puede resultar complejo pero no es imposible, lo mismo se aplica en quién confiar en una plataforma donde la mitad de tus elecciones están basadas en la información a la que eres expuesto y la fé ciega, después de todo cualquiera puede ser quien quiera en culaquier momento, con el simple gesto de abrir una cuenta nueva y comenzar de cero, ó incluso en algunos casos acosar a alguna persona a la que no le tienes mucho aprecio.

¿Qué ocurre y cómo te ajustas cuando la vida se pone en medio y empieza a quitarte cosas ó personas a las que amabas en el simulador? ¿Cómo dibujas la línea que separa al avatar de la persona real? Mientras más tiempo paso en el second life, más me doy cuenta de que esta linea que algunos pretenden dibujar, en realidad no existe -hay una persona detrás del avatar y esta es real- ambas vidas influencian la una a la otra, incluso si hacemos un esfuerzo sobre humano para que esto no ocurra.

No soy e los que se encuentran particularmente cómodos con las despedidas, ya que decir adiós, incluso si este significa un hasta pronto, con un besoi, un abrazo ó un simple estrechón de manos marca un final, da igual si esto cierra una etapa y da paso a algo mejor, en el momento de la despedida, no sabes que exista nada mejor y quiero seguir pensando que lo unico permanente y merecedor de el poder del adiós, es la muerte… ese el el poder de una despedida

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