I like First Person Shooter (FPS) games because they're a constant test of will. There are obvious milestones or stepping stones rather that give you an immediate outcome to reflect upon and compare to your mindset. Those stepping stones are individual battles between opponents.
As mentioned briefly before, I use gaming as a tool for achieving enlightenment (and having fun at the same time).
I believe as martial arts, chess, calligraphy and many other sports can bring to light life's subtle truths,through questioning experiences, so can gaming.
This is what I have written
I find it kind of funny how people deny that reading peoples minds is possible. Like right now for example, anyone who would currently deny that reading minds is possible is likely offended by the seemingly arrogant statement that I find their thought funny.
Besides this text above the line below, what was written here was a response to an article I was reading. I changed my approach many times. It didn't help that I was watching Thelma and Louise while typing. This article is basically a LOG of my thought process in regards the the aforementioned article.
Sometimes people make fun of fidgeters and pacers. Well, I've got something for you who pace and fidget. I heard on the news over a year ago, maybe two about some studies that were done mentioning how exercising can improve mental capacity. Maybe that relates to restless legs or pacing.