One million dollar lesson you can only get from gamers
Gamers are certainly the most underrated yet probably the most populous embarrassment of resources yet untapped to ever grace planet earth.
We look forward to scientists and researches for worldly solutions and inventions but look down on gamers like a bunch of you-don’t-know-what-to-do-with-your-life. At any attempt, we looked down upon them and tag them as less privileged intellectually, chief time waster. But, I hate to burst your bubbles, they are not.
While they might have engrossed themselves in creating their own world full of imaginable good monsters (after dealing with the bad monsters) and chasing some targets. They are humans too, with feelings and even higher energy to create a better world for all of us. They have the urge, the drive to take up challenges and deal with them like the problems never existed in the first place.
In my many years of playing games and still at it, I have unearthed a lesson worth a million dollars. But as padi, I would give you for free. But first, promise me you would only share it with someone who is willing to learn.
So taken, did you know that we do die as a human, yeah I mean there would be a moment that we would cease to breathe and we would be clinically dead. Uhn…. do gamers have such powers? Definitely NO, but they do have something far greater.
A famous quote from Leo Tolstoy goes that “if we kept in our mind that we will soon inevitably die, our lives would be completely different. If a person knows that he will die in half an hour, he certainly will not bother doing trivial, stupid or especially bad things during this half-hour. Perhaps you have half a century before you die- what makes this any different from a half-hour?”
This is a major principle guiding every gamers life. We know their lots and lots of challenges that want to keep us out, that wants to kill us or sap our life. It could be that we are racing against time, fierce competitors, fighting a monster with limited health, etc. We live our lives giving it our all- our best. We know that being good is not enough.
If you can hold on to this principle tightly, make every thought and action count. What is worth doing at all they say is worth doing well. Take charge and live a gamefull life.