Game and artificial
Not once I was mesmerized by watching my little dog Yuri playing with his friend Toby. I could sit for hours and just watch them play in the park. That moment really has a special energy, something vital in it and I start thinking about the primordial nature of play and then I extended this concept to early human behavior. As kids we everything in a ludic light, from our interaction with the other children to the way the world works. As we age this view stats to be more systematic, passing from a raw to sophisticated. But one can’t deny that in some kind of way by losing the ludic we also lose depth, we think we get a better understanding of life but thoughts and logic constructs are by default an artificial instrument humankind created and thus, by living in our minds, in our collective dream and imagination, we forget to live, to enjoy the moment and stop thinking, just being.