Well, I don’t know about the rest of you but, I’ve been having lots of fun on this journey. In this Symphony of Life, animation becomes reality! While Ignazio’s counterpart plays ethereal music clouds and birds, balloons and rabbits sail in unison across the sky. In this Universe, Butterflies transport Orcas’ across the sky! And we are asked, “what do they have in common?” I know what they have in common and many of you have expressed your ideas in comments and posts on BOIN COLLECTION.

I have read all of your comments and posts and I must say I am as impressed with your comments as I am with Ignazio and Fabio’s posts. You are really getting into this idea! This new reality! And bravo to Ignazio and Fabio who have been able to open your minds to this new way of thinking.
From the very first post there was something that seemed very familiar to me but, I couldn’t put my finger on it until yesterday.
What do Americans do on New Year’s Day? This is the day that we take a break from all the partying and the men watch football while the women and children and men who don’t watch Football watch a 24-hour marathon of a Classical TV Show. Let me tell you the opening lines and I’m sure most of you will know exactly what show I’m talking about. In fact, people around the world will know what show I’m talking about.

“You’re travelling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead – your next stop…!
Did you figure it out? No! Then let me tell you a little bit about the show. We waited each week for the next episode to see where Rod Serling would take us. To what dimension, to what planet, to meet people or aliens who lived among us. Yes, he asked us to open our minds and enter…. The Twilight Zone! 

So here we are 46 years later and Ignazio and Fabio are asking us to enter another dimension. To touch a new reality, to experience a new Universe, a new dimension very reminiscent of Rod Sterling’s call. They’re asking us to close our eyes, open our minds and enter a new dimension. A dimension of not only sight and sound but of mind, to journey to a wonderous new Universe where there are no boundaries except for imagination where the BOIN Crew will be our guides and we will experience realities like we have never witnessed before!
Join the #boincrew and FOLLOW them to the Next Signpost…. @boincollection

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8 thoughts on “BOIN ~ SYMPHONY OF LIFE by SUSAN”

  1. Regretfully, its not working for me. I even have trouble getting into allegories like the Chronicles of Narnia and abstract art. Its just the way I am. However I wait for the day of singing with P and G again.

  2. I am following but not very closely. It’s being dragged out too far fir me. And as a side note, the Twilight Zone began in 1959 which would make it 62 years ago. Amazing how that show has inspired for so long. 😊

  3. Interesting Susan. I’ll just have to follow along till we get to something I “get”. However I do think I see Arturo in the upper mass of butterflies. I’m in it all the way.

  4. Thanks Susan! Ethereal I’m not… but I keep trying. That’s why I haven’t posted anything on my fan groups.. I Haven’t been able to wrap my “such a dull here and now mind” around the concept of traveling into a new world. Perhaps those most attuned are those for which the arts are so illuminating. I dearly love Ignazio and Fabio and I’ll keep on trying! (You keep explaining, please. Hold my hand!) Certainly there room for the rest of us who are running to keep up on this adventure???

  5. Thanks, Susan. I am following Boin daily. Sometimes I think I understand and then I second guess myself. I definitely have memories of watching The Twilight Zone on Friday nights with my Dad. I welcome your thoughts on this new adventure. This is definitely one way to keeps involved and to broaden our minds.

    Thanks to you as well, Patti.

  6. The character on the pink page with Fabio on the left and Ignazio on the right reminds me of the Deadheads’ logo. I am in awe of the artistry and creativity of Ignazio and Fabio. Their imaginations are truly out of this world. I am in awe. Thank you for this story.

  7. Well, this is something different! I’ll wait to see how it turns out – but I need more time. Thanks for sending this article. Dena Pitchfork, Mercer Island, Washington U.S.A.

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