the lives we live

‘The Lives We Live’ – the green room: the first look

Reality is merely an illusion,
albeit a very consistent one.
– Albert Einstein 

Living vicariously through the lives of others, is an expression often used in a sense of longing, not necessarily sadness, but perhaps wishing for something, that we cannot imagine we will ever have. But following or watching or enjoying the lives of others, is not only a way to expand our own horizon and outlook on life, but an interest in the lives of friends, families or total strangers, takes nothing away from our pursuits or how we see ourselves. And the value can be found at both ends of the pole: the people we follow can either serve as an inspiration, or by their actions, show us which paths we dare not go.



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Welcome to The Artists VIP Lounge. The idea for the lounge came about for the Opening Day of Season IV. With 22 artists, in 14 shows, from 13 cities, in 6 countries on 3 continents participating in an all day, non-stop performance, it seemed like a good idea to have a place to welcome them and ultimately serve as the ‘who’s-who’s in The Neighborhood guests roster.

Show yourself around, make yourself at home, and if there is anything in The Lounge we are missing, do not hesitate to let us know. – KP


Reality Blog

Welcome to The Neighborhood and welcome to ‘The Lives We Live’
music ‘Country Never Goes Out of Style’ by Nashville Recording Artist Lance Stinson

debuts July 15 only in The Neighborhood @ thepublicblogger. com
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