Interview with Vito Veii

Published 2019-07-14.
A little bit about me and why do I write?
Hi, if you’re wondering why I write, it is because I like to express and explore ideas through the medium of writing. Another form of expression for me is music.

In the past, I have written and recorded music under the name of Kozmic Dreamers. The music has a 60’s to 90’s flavor to it and is available online at several music stores.

If I could sum myself up in a line, it would be this one; Like any good Kozmic Dreamer I came, I saw, I learnt, I created, and I moved on.

Oh, one more thing. I believe most firmly when we dust off this mortal coil, that we will have the opportunity of creating our reality to some degree as we see fit, either individually or with others who share the same vision. Isn’t that exciting?
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I, Human Part Four: The Invisible Spectrum of Light
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