2013 Christmas Letters and Voices
Lights, Meanings, Hopes and Wishes
“Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you.” – Aldous Huxley
The thought of possible benefit from ill-managed MMORPG is forthwith shrugged off before the mind became cognizant of it. Quite as often, this thought is disarmed by the impulse of disappointments, frustrations, indignation and vexation towards the game publisher, the game cheaters and the account hackers. Similar disarming impulses forthwith deny a gamer to admit addiction to MMORPG and in many ways funnel their dependency to one game or another.
Addiction to MMORPG, which is often concealed by the notion that – “it is only a game”, is very much similar to other dependencies that require rigorous measures to overturn or restraint.
One is fortunate when while playing an ill-managed MMORPG, pathetic experiences lead to the consciousness of the amount of time, money and attachment extended to it. Ultimately, when push comes to shove in real life, those three essentials of living were extended to no purpose. A realization that may seem obscured in a well-managed MMORPGs.