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  • Gozzin (edited 2 years ago)
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    But you could argue that people already spend most of their lives in virtual games. Most religions are virtual games superimposed on the reality of life. Do this, and there’s a penalty. Do that, and you get extra points. There is nothing in reality that corresponds to these rules. But you have millions of people playing these virtual reality games. So what is the difference between a religion and a virtual reality game?

    I never looked at it like this,but this totally makes sense! I would have named this article:":"How religion is like a vr game."

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