Essayez d'être humain I - where do we come from
Where do we come from? The world has come out of Love, this world exists out in love and this world ultimately dissolves in Love. Breathe in Love. Sing in Love. Eat in Love. Drink in Love. Talk in love. Pray in Love. Think in Love. Move in Love. Die in Love. Purify yout thoughts, speech and action in the fire of Love. Bathe and plunge in the sacred ocean of Love. Imbibe the honey of Love and become an embodiment of Love.
Essayez d'être humain by Lind Bohm (Versuch Mensch zu sein) - a trilogy - includes a selection of compositions by Lind Bohm, which deals with our common human existence while dreaming of a better future. Each piece reflects on the notion of "Essayez d'être humain" in its broadest sense and makes it audible through the particular medium of sound. Part I "Where Do We Come From" was inspired by our origins, Part 2 "People Matter" addresses our existence and self-discovery. Part 3 "Hopes And Dreams" stands for itself.
Essayez d'être humain - 2 -people matter
As we fumble around wondering what happened and what the ‘new normal’ will be it’s not whether we are North or South, East or West, black or white, male or female that ultimately matters.
The common denominator is our humanity, our fragility in the face of realities that are beyond our control. Now is not the time for walls but rather bridges. A time to reflect, a time to connect, a time to reach out a helping hand - people matter.CONTACT
Essayez d'être humain ! 3 -Hopes and dreams-
Why show off this tech now? Largely because the company is currently raising cash stateside and was just awarded a few patents related to these technologies last week.I had the chance to demo a prototype of the company’s technology last week using a modified Oculus Rift headset with Varjo’s display systems embedded.I suppose the best testament to the company’s technology was that I spent most of the demo questioning whether my eye sight had actually been improved. After being dropped into an apartment scene, I was almost disturbed by my ability to read the spines of books on bookshelves several feet away.