I admit that in my age now (26 years old), I still play online games. In fact, after doing my work in the office, I hurriedly drive home to play online games. What do video games do to me?
The office displays more works and meeting schedules and deadlines, in as much as I do overtime job. My work leads me to be imprisoned with what is just plainly seen over and over again. All are in cycle. That is the atmosphere of my work in the office. It is all routinely done. But when I am at home, I am feeling the freedom to do what I do want. Part of what do is to play online games or video games.
I find release from the pressures of this world through pressing the keys and there you go, the race/contest happens. The speed, wit and common sense are being tested. The time and the power life are the boundaries that cease the chance to go further. That is why, there is quickness in thinking, instant maneuvering and measuring of my patience.
For how many years now that I have been playing online games, I have found out in myself that I can think fast especially in finding the exact, reasonable ways to get things better accomplished. I have invested the thinking of being organized and systematic. I have learned to be quick, not in messy state but in a more refined and appropriate manner. The power of my thinking reaches to the point that I think more and much deeper if what I decide will bring me good or not, or will it cost more chaos or will it help the process. I gather ideas and decide on the best option among those choices.
I am relaxed and happy when I can play online games. It provides me an avenue to really do what I want and in attaining that, I am happy and satisfied because I am in the winning side as I play video games. I meet various characters and personalities of my opponents or my enemies, that thinking in defending to gain justice and truth are my fight always. I don’t want to see my place ruined by the culprits. I want to fight for what is right and just. I want to defend the poor and the unfortunate. In this way, I do my every best, maneuvering to give the right fight for my winning.
I become brave. The displayed portrayals of my enemies are really harsh and immoral. But I stand strong to fight them. They are furious. But I am much stronger than them. My vigor is like the steel, ready to mash their evil ways. I strike more and from every fall, I do my best to stand and face the battle.
I become a solution-seeker. Quitting is not my attitude. I learned how to find ways in order to solve even the “impossible”. The “ifs”, “I think..” and the “Oh my…” are just so easy to solve. There are solutions to every problem. It may not that quick to be found, but I believe that there is. Of course, I have experienced many “trys”. In fact, I fail numerous ways, but I try to do again and again. I have realized that there is really a way./
I learn how to build sportsmanship. Playing games online is not really a serious case that when one losses, all one’s world shattered. That sounds ridiculous. The very reason why you play is that you want to be relaxed and attain to go on with the fight. But when your purpose is to always win, win and win, then, there is nothing good that will go for you. Before you further experience the sweetness of life, you have to work it out more and you need to pass through more downs than ups, before you really be in the top. Just be sporty oftentimes. If you win, good! If you don’t, better luck the next time around, no matter how many next times that would probably be. That’s life!
I learn to be calm. Because I am not thinking more of winning, just plain gaming, I learn not to load with anger. I learn to be calm. It is like I am just enjoying the battle, nothing so serious.
Whatever the reasons of you, playing games online, always remember that you are just giving credit for yourself to enjoy and have fun, to be relaxed and to not feel the weight of the world in your shoulders. Just always smile. After all, in life, we need to be positive always in spite of the negatives and perplexities this world ever had.