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Where You Belong

Often times, people search for interest groups for security, self-esteem enhancement, expansion or distribute of knowledge, pleasure of social needs, and to reach particular goals or objectives. Ultimately, it answers the question “Where do I belong?”

Even in a computer-generated domain, the demand to stumble upon fascinating avatars is great. In 3rd Rock Grid, just like in high school, there is a plethora of groups to join. More or less groups are family groups where you can have overjoyed youngsters plus simply enchanting parents in your ancestry, several groups are VIP club groups designed for guests to be welcomed to listen to live performances in a friendly environment, and a few are specialty groups dedicated to unique hobbies like role playing Star Trek in the United Federation Starfleet organization. In spite of all these delightful groups, there is one that I would like to recommend called the 3GD Community Chat group. In my opinion, this group is the beginners’ guide to discovering exactly where you may fit in 3rd Rock Grid. The 3RG Community Chat group provides an assortment of events, community hangouts, community meetings, and any prominent information happening on the grid such as certain regions being unavailable until fixed. Generally speaking, this group is peaceful place for all 3rd Rock Grid residents to collect with each other.

Either way, the journey of finding where you belong can be a little problematic in an unfamiliar world. In the long run, the road to discovery starts off general and then it gets smaller with more details to find the perfect fit for you.

 

 

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DAYS WORTH CELEBRATING

Just like real life, there are certain days that everyone marks with a blissful smirk like joyful, white Christmases and tender, warm Valentine Days. In the same way as those holidays, we virtually celebrate meaningful lifetime occasions on 3rd Rock Grid with close friends and some delightful music. A few week ago, there was a spectacular virtual surprise birthday party for our boss Butch. It was the first time on 3rd Rock that I realized that is important to share these exceptional moments online as well as in real life because it’s extraordinary moments, like birthdays, that we are able to connect with special people in our lives.

Obviously, everyone wearing mustard yellowish colored cone birthday hats and sincerely cheering “happy birthday” is a smaller fragment of the bonding time. It’s about sharing the merrymaking preparation responsibilities of gathering enough brightly covered chairs and tables, trusting each other to achieve the common vision of creating an oversized party banner hung between two bouquet of flowing balloons, having group conventions about the next big invention by your favorite company, snapping a handful of photos to capture the life of the party, and other smaller details before finally celebrating the last minutes of birthday boy’s or girl’s day. Essentially, personal relationships and communities are built on these “good old” moments transforming into peaceful memories whether it’s a virtual or real life setting. In the end, the main thing that matters is being with special online or real life friends and family during the times that mean the most to you.