Today's message is simple:
Sometimes when you ask, "what is wrong with me?" the answer is, "nothing."
This is a personal anecdote, no hard scientific evidence, but a full week of grappling with this question, finding no answer whatsoever has enlightened me to its importance. Often when we cannot find the answers we need, we are asking the wrong question. In my case, the question was not "What is wrong with me?' but, "What is causing me to feel this way?"
Our circumstances have a powerful effect in our lives, but it takes maturity to remember that.
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[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="230"] Take care of the minutes and the hours take care of themselves.[/caption]
“Success is the sum of small efforts - repeated day in and day out.”
You know who said that? It was Rober Collier, world famous fuckin’… potato farmer or something. It’s good advice, advice that’s easy to ignore. When we consider the degree to which we allow our little actions to be swallowed up by our bigger ambitions, is it any wonder that things like New Years’ Resolutions fall short so consistently?
No, it isn’t any wonder. Next subject.
Okay, so we’re all a bunch of screw ups, destined to live crappy lives with no success? I mean, yeah, if we don’t do something about it. So the question is what? I’ve been a self-improvement junkie almost to a fault (okay, entirely to a fault) since I could figure out that there was something wrong with me, and I think I’ve found an answer.
Well, kind of. We can actually do all this in engine, but the current build is broken, but I'm under tight deadline to make these so I threw them together with the games assets. This is what our game looks like, well, in game (with the exception of the "Ready to Ambush" - we are adding that in later). Hope you enjoy.
[caption id="attachment_639" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Some monks are about to get ambushed!"][/caption]
[caption id="attachment_638" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Rival Monks, ready to clash!"][/caption]
[caption id="attachment_637" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="A two-on-one fight!"][/caption]