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  1. I like, however, that in Spanish (castellano), “ilusiones” means things which instead of deceiving make us excited … 🙂

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    • Reality isn’t just illusion. What I think is that reality can be visualised as a virtual world only when our mind starts imagining everything which is not possible for the eyes to see. The deeper sense here lies in the fact that the real world is only seen by the eyes but our mind tells us something different. Thank you for questioning something interesting. Would like to know your views as well:-)

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  2. I am fixated on your use of “adventure.” I feel your second line places it in the past, present, and future, which walks that line of questioning, is it part of our past experience, reality, or illusion, or other? What’s your take?

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    • I would say reality with illusion. You are in the present time but at some point you feel you are living in a state of complete virtuality.

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  3. I have always found it true to never question a poet as to the meaning of the poems they have written. It is not for the poet, but the reader to discern the message reached out of them from their truth, their history, their dreams, aspirations, and the environment about them that they relate to.

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