Originally Posted by Liara Covert
Very interesting post Tohami. You offer many great points. Of course, not everyone considers life to be a game. Some people take it very seriously, and still others hope to awaken from what they feel is a bad dream.
Steve Pavlina speaks about 'Life as the Ultimate Game' in his blog: http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/200...ultimate-game/
He thinks life is meant for "having fun" and we have "skills to develop."
Some people think they move forward. Other people prefer to move backward.
I like to remember that life itself is what you make of it. On the surface, it's defined by choices, possible freedoms. As we choose to learn, we can recognize opportunities to develop our perception and inutition. If we remind ourselves taht each point of view is balanced by an opposite point of view, we'll grow to greatly expand our understanding of ourselves and the world.
That is very true: "Life is what you make of it".