This enhanced energy is now of a divine feminine nature as it is based on love. The last 6000 years of human history has been male dominated and negative based, which is why we are currently having such difficulties with what should be, a very joyous occasion.There are three different ways of consciousness development. The positive path of service to others for the good of the whole. The negative path of greed and selfishness that uses others for the needs of the self. And those people who have not awoken and will go where their natural natures take them on either the positive or negative path. These are the people that organizations, companies, and institutions try to own.Like minded people attract like minds as individuals with their own unique consciousness. Together they become a positive collective consciousness of humanity. There are also negative consciousness organizations, but because of the separating ways of negative consciousness, tricks are needed to entice people to "sell their souls" and basically form a collective negative consciousness.Positive fourth density consciousness is the beginning of becoming mature, as Gaia human beings. We are the beginning of a new era of humanity that will align with Gaia and each other. Positive fourth density consciousness is based on the positive powers within love and the intelligent energy of light, so we will eventually become one collective consciousness of individual personalities. Based on the massive struggle that Gaia and humanity have been through, we will also maintain a little bit of bad as an offset of becoming too good. I think that will be the power of this experiment with free will.
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How many cars are in the car collection of Akshay Kumar?
Mercedes GL350 CDiAkshay Kumar & His CarsAnother Merc! This is the last one in our list by the way! Akshay Kumar & his cars have got a Mercedes GL350 CDi. The GL is the predecessor to the GLS but this SUV is also equally capable. This one has got a 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine which is capable of generating 255Bhp.
Mercedes Benz V-ClassMercedes Benz V-ClassWe haven't spotted him traveling in this one yet. The Mercedes Benz V-Class is the latest addition to the Khiladi garage! Before Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan was also in the news for buying this car. Bollywood is now slowly shifting towards MPVs. But why? Anyhow, the V-Class is available for a price of Rs. 1.10Cr (ex-showroom) and is a super luxury MPV. One of the great features that this MPV offers is the rotation of the middle row by 180 degree which turns the cabin into a meeting room!Mercedes GLSAkshay Kumar & His CarsSeems like Akshay is a Mercedes fan! The second one in our list of Akshay Kumar & his cars is the massive SUV by Mercedes. The Mercedes GLS is literally the biggest Merc SUV available and the third row is perfectly fine for the adult occupants too! This one comes at a starting price of Rs. 85.67 Lakhs. A 3.0-Litre V6 engine with a 258bhp power output powers this SUV under the hood. the transmission is a 9-speed automatic and this one is a true off-roader with an exceptionally comfortable interior!Porsche CayenneAkshay Kumar & His CarsFinally a brand other than Mercedes! Akshay Kumar is a proud owner of the Porsche Cayenne. Many other Bollywood celebrities own the Cayenne. Although Akshay owns an older generation, this one is equally capable of many other SUVs in the market. The latest edition of the Porsche Cayenne is available for Rs. 1.
19Cr and goes up to Rs. 1.
92Cr. This one is powered by a 4.
0-liter, V8, twin-turbo petrol engine with a maximum power of 550 Bhp.Range Rover VogueRange Rover VogueAnother SUV from the collection of Akshay Kumar & His cars. You saw that he owns the Porsche Cayenne, well he owns its competitor as well! Akshay Kumar has got a Range Rover Vogue which is available in India at a price point of Rs. 2.
18Cr and directly rivals the Porsche Cayenne. We have seen him roaming around the city many times in this SUV. This SUV has got a 3.0-liter V6 diesel, 4.4-liter V8 diesel engine, and a 5.0-liter V8 petrol engine. Akshay owns the 5.0-liter version though.Rolls Royce PhantomAkshay Kumar & his car stalking of luxury and not including Rolls Royce? Well, Akshay Kumar hasn't let your expectations down! Akshay Owns a RR Phantom which is the most expensive car sold in India right now! A 6.
8-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine powers this ultra-luxury sedan which is capable of generating 453 Bhp of power along with 720 Nm of torque. The 6-speed automatic transmission is mated to the rear wheels only. Did we really need to mention that?Honda CR-VHonda CR-VApart from all the luxuries, Akshay owns some humble cars too. The first one that you see in the above picture is the Honda CR-V which he uses for his daily commute. Along with the CR-V, Akshay has also got a Jeep Compass. Both these SUVs are really popular in their segments. However, Honda has now discontinued the CR-V. They say they will be back with the BS6 avatar of this SUV later this year! The Jeep Compass is already doing good in the market!(source: Akshay Kumar & his Cars | Here's What Khiladi Bhaiya Owns!)Thanks for ReadingUpvote if you agree with my answer. Follow me if you like my answer.Aman
------Which private art collector has a collection worthy of its own museum?
Quite a few of them. The question is not, however, whether the collection is "worth of its own museum" but how the quality and integrity of the collection might best serve a museum or several museums.Founding a museum, assuming it will be a not-for-profit organization is both costly and a giant time such.Where will the museum be? Do you have to build a new museum or renovate and adapt an existing structure?Who will be on the Board of Trustees charged with overseeing the museum and hiring the primary staff, specifically the director? Will the director also be the chief curator and is that a good idea?How much money exists for an endowment to cover the basic operating costs?Will the museum be a collecting institution, and if so, how much money is there to endow a collections fund?What are the plans for interpreting the collections and creating education programs? How much staff will that require and what should their qualifications be?What about a registrar and art handlers?How will security be managed and how large a security staff will be needed?How extensive will the grounds be and how large a staff will be needed to attended to the grounds? How large a maintenance staff will be needed?And these are just some of the questions to be asked and answered.
Often important collectors give their whole collections to a huge and famous museum like the Met, MoMA, Chicago Institute of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art or the Boston Museum of Fine Art. They love the idea of their name being within that aura in perpetuity.I think this is a ridiculous and egocentric decision. A large fraction of the collection will go straight to storage from which it will rarely emerge. A few pieces will get prominent exposure. And other art, that had formerly been on display, will head to storage.
Now if I was the collector in question and had a spectacular collection, at least a few hundred and maybe a thousand objects of museum quality, this is what I would do.I would work with scholars to assess the collection and cluster the works into coherent groups. I would determine what the absolute best pieces were and whether they should, in fact, be given to one of the top museums. And I might do that.
For the rest, I would look at those groupings and think about which small- and mid-size museums across the US would benefit most from a gift of 2-10 works of art. Which gaps might those fill in which museums? Where would their aesthetic and contextual value be maximized? How many lives of school kids, retirees, the disabled, immigrants, and so on could they change?Then I would take my 300-1000 works of art and share them among 25-500 museums, making sure that each placement was as significant as it might possibly be. Then, in a moment of utter narcissism, I would ask that the labels include the phrase, "Gift from the EBC Collection.
------What is your dedicated collection of?
I collect books and art.My book collection began when I read a quote by Jorge Luis Borges, "I have always imagined Paradise to be a kind of library". My goal is for a personal library full of well loved books waiting to be reread and unread books waiting to be discovered for my retirement years. I have many signed, first edition and fine bound leather books along with a framed leaf from a bible from 1462. I also have many books from small or speciality presses along with many "regular" books. I have in excess of 1000 books as I near retirement. My signed books include books by Truman Capote (my favorite author), Tennessee Williams, Harry Crews, Stephen King and many others. I also have a first edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Many of my books are from favorite authors and genres I enjoy.My art collection came from my love of art and my desire to surround myself with beauty. Most areas of my walls that can hold art are filled to capacity. I also have many great pieces waiting to be framed and hung. It has proven to be a bit more cumbersome to frame and store my art than I had anticipated but it is doable. Most of my collection consists of signed, limited edition prints by well known or emerging artists with a few sculptures tossed in and some lovely art glass. My collection contains: a signed print by Robert Rauschenberg, 3 nice Salvador Dali pieces, work by Olivia, Colleen Ross, Michael Liu, Pino and many others. I tend to like bold colors. I have a group of art related to books and reading like my Pino piece of a woman reading on a couch and a couple of large Scarlet O'Hara prints. I also have a sizable number of pieces depicting "strong women" and as I have a fondness for Bettie Page, I have a number of very nice, colorful prints depicting her in her infamous "modeling" period. I have a great print by Gustav Klimt that is beautifully framed that is not valuable as it is little better than a poster yet is one of my favorite pieces. The value of my art pleases me but as my collection is not an "investment," it is a rather eclectic group of beautiful, colorful pieces that can be whimsical and that I find pleasing. The only person I am trying to please is myself (and my wife) and I have that covered...As you can see, my collections are wide and varied yet follow specific guidelines that appeal to me
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