Here’s what works for me:  think of every activity like a game or a puzzle, enjoy applying myself at them, and then apply myself every single day.  So not only do I experience short-term fun from progressing through games, but I also experience long-term fulfillment from eventually finishing some of them.  

I haven’t found any other way that’s better than that.


9 thoughts on “Musings

  1. Lol this made me laugh because years ago I had a bit of an obsession with the game animal crossing. I eventually realised that maybe I could contact real people in my life everyday instead of my “neighbours”, I could water the plants in my real garden everyday instead of the ones in the game and I could build relationships with real people in my real town by interacting with them everyday instead of my villagers….that last one never happened.

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