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Failure to Listen is why Gaming is so Fragmented



Cordova, TN; June 21, in the year of our Lord 2013 – Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is providing insight into why gaming is so fragmented. Go to any gaming website with message boards and you will find arguments over the most meaningless and petty things. One of the biggest reasons gamers are fragmented into so many different cliches is a failure to listen. Misunderstandings abound on these message board gaming websites.

Some might look at all the fragmentation as a good thing. They might even point to Genesis 11:1-9. God scattered us into different groups for a reason. All of us joining together in a common goal can be a bad thing. Especially if the goal is self serving. If all of join together under a bad leader then we can have new tragedies like what happened in Nazi Germany, and atheist Russia/China/Cuba.

Too many gamers are quick to anger, and slow to listen. The exact opposite of James 1:19 (“My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry”). There is still time for gamers to be quick to listen to one another, slow to speak, and slow to become angry. You can be the change the video game industry needs. You can take these words to heart and act upon them.

Not everyone is going to like the games you like. Not everyone will have your personal perspective. Some people like Nintendo. Others like Sony, and still others like Microsoft. There are Mac and iPhone supporters out there. Some gamers enjoy sports games. Others like role playing, puzzle, action, adventure, and others. The important thing is to aligned your personal perspective with God's. How do you do that? Read the Holy Bible and educate yourself. Find a church of Bible believers who will kindly offer their life experiences for you to learn from. Talk to God.

- Paul Bury
- Family Friendly Gaming


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