Video Game Ideology

Remember when you were a kid and you used to play video games, like a role-playing game and right before you shut it off, you would save it? Because if you didn’t save it it would be like what you just did never happened. And that would be bad. But wouldn’t it be awesome if we could live our lives like that? Like if we make a bad decision one day, to not save and just repeat the day over again the next day? It would be like if you were playing the stock market and you made a bad trade and lost all your money, you could redo that day and make a better decision. Hell, you could keep redoing that day until you had the one that’s perfect for you.

But life doesn’t work that way, does it? And it’s a shame because I believe that we would be more inclined to take risks and be who we truly are. Without being afraid of the consequences of our actions, we could do anything and then just not save and the day would start over. And we’d be able to make it all right again. Because you can’t usually make something right if you screw it up, so if we could somehow adopt this into our lives, we’d be able too expand on ourselves to the point of becoming amazingly powerful.

Some of you may be saying, “It’s like Groundhog Day.” No, it’s not like Groundhog Day because if you do make progress, you can save it. In Groundhog Day, no matter what he did, he couldn’t save any of it, except his memories of the day. With this, you can save each particular day you find to be to your liking, and if not, you just restart that day. It’s kind of like a video game. Just some food for thought…

It would be like you get a second chance, a third chance and even a 105th chance at each day if you so desire. I really think it would be something to put into consideriation if we could all make this happen. Peace.

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One Response to Video Game Ideology

  1. Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future

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