Calvinball and the Art of Changing the Rules

Seeing God

Who here has played Calvinball, or its equivalent? This is the famous game played by Calvin and Hobbes where they constantly change the rules. Playing a game where the only rule is who can change the rules to their advantage can seem fun at first, but in time, it really becomes exhausting. If you have ever played games with a grade school boy, you might have experienced this and it can be difficult to keep up.

The challenge isn’t just related to being the most creative, but also dealing with the fact that a previous concrete expectation has now been smashed to bits and replaced by something more jello or quicksand. Instead of certainity, we only find uncertainity. When you go to lean against the wall of the building, you find it is just a facade that falls right over.

This is an amusing endeavor, but it is no way…

View original post 1,029 more words

Posted on November 5, 2020, in Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Calvinball and the Art of Changing the Rules.

Comments are closed.

Tulips & Honey

Christian, wife, mom, homeschooler, podcaster

%d bloggers like this: