In a way, life is like a video game. We play video games to start an adventure into a world or quest that we’ve never embarked. We play the game until we realize, oh this is just a simulation and the reality begins to dull as we learn the sequences and patterns of the game. We start to realize that the programming is more so a walkthrough of a computers processes rather than computerized proactive intelligence, and however much programming is involved, is as deep as the complexity it takes to solve. It is an enjoyable process and for those who play these games long enough show and demonstrate the human’s capability to adapt to and master any situation given enough experience and interest.
In a way, it is much like our own lives; in that we are simply characters fulfilling a role. As with everyone else around us, it seems that we start to understand that everybody plays a role in our lives, and we begin to see patterns of behaviors and ideas. This is why we know that talking to one person about one thing will give a completely different impression than saying it to another person.