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Proverbial Principles - How to have a fulfilling game and a keep a produtive life.

Lessons to live by. Things learned that apply to in game and real life. Avoid burn out, keeping your life and gaming meaningful and productive.

Author: repfarm

Even a fool who remains silent is considered  wise, and the one who holds his tongue is deemed discerning.  Proverbs 17:28

How many times have I spoken,  just to find out that I really did not know as much as I thought I did about what I was speaking about.

Sometimes the players with the most "expert" attitude can't really help improve your game play experience. A blatant example of foolish game talk is the "enter 1345!@#$ in game to recieve 10 million tokens". I have to laugh when someone actually types this type of hype into the chat channels, lol.  We believe to quickly the person who is conviced of their own superior opinion.

I want to learn. I want to learn correct information. It would do me and you some benefit if we spent time thinking about what people are telling us and not just take it at the surface level. In the pursuit of excellence in life or gameplay, there is no substitue for actual experience.

The person who knows the most, sometimes is the quiet one who has played a long time and has many laurels to their accomplishments. Not just braggarts.


Brambey writes:


Sat Aug 08 2009 8:14PM Report
mrcalhou writes:

I have 10 fingers and 2 eyes, so I generally type about 5 times more than I read.

Sat Aug 08 2009 10:48PM Report
repfarm writes:

LOL, it would be nice to be able to type that fast. Thanks for reading my ramblings.


Wed Aug 12 2009 8:38PM Report writes:
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