Laughter and Healing (and also Treasure Hunt: Clue 7)

healing Not all the tokens in the Prim Perfect Treasure Hunt are hidden in stores.

One you will find hidden in the Simon Joseph House of Healing & Laughter in Cuscus – a special exhibition about the Jewish Mitzvah of Visiting the Sick (Bikur Cholim) devised by Sheva Writer.

The ground floor of the exhibition contains some of the Jewish references to this important mitzvah. Each picture has a notecard and if you right-click and choose open, you should be able to access the relevant notecard.The ground floor of the exhibition also contains some contemporary ideas about visiting the sick. Freud, Norman Cousins, Patch Adams…some are Jewish, some are not, but all have important and noteworthy things that Sheva wanted to share.

On the upper level, there is a special section on Humour and Medicine – which is still a work in progress. There is a Jester Costume in one of the boxes (and all money collected will be donated to Jewish children’s charity for those with cancer and other rare diseases).

And if you look carefully … you might find a certain token. No more clues than that this time – for it is not a large exhibition! However, you should be warned that the sim is currently suffering from very bad lag – which would be a real shame if it deterred people visiting the exhibition. Please bear with the lag, and try to visit.

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There are fifteen tokens (the logo seen to the right here) hidden in stores all over SL (you’ll find a list of which stores in Issue 1 of Prim Perfect). Please note that we’ve extended the deadline by two days, as the next publication date has been pushed back! That means the closing date is now May 25th.

Remember: to win a prize, find as many tokens as you can, and send the landmarks (or slurls) where you found them to primperfect@gmail.com, including your avatar name and an answer to the tiebreak question (also in the magazine). The person to find the most tokens will win – and in the event of a tie, we will use the tie-breaker.

Also: – you don’t necessarily have to find every token to win a prize! Just find as many as you can – by May 25th.

In case you missed them, here are the first five clues:

Another clue will be coming very soon!

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