So, I turned 30 recently.
I do have a way to explain my feelings on this, I think. Yet again, video games are my analogy of choice for explaining how the world works. Oh, shut up, you knew what you were getting into when you started reading this.
If life were like videogames1, then growth is measured by leveling up when a player has earned enough experience points to acquire a new level in a skill or skills, often accompanied by the ability to wield new weaponry, access new places, or begin new assignments.
So let's say I just turned Level 30. Have I been granted anything new? Continue reading
- Which poses a problem in the way of art imitating life imitating art, but that's another conversation ↩