When Tetris and Religion are sharing more than we think
Today I learn it was Ascension day. I had to read about it and found it quite interesting. Let’s think about this. Religions are full of nice stories. Life is full of nice stories. Some of them are for humour purpose, others to sink in our mind specific mindsets. The human logical engine didn’t change that much in the last centuries. Even if we say to be more skeptical, we are not able to manage a large amount of information at the same time.
In the IT world, if you read about the non-functional requirements (usually more abstract as functional requirements that are more about how things behave in an observable way), you will discover an extensive list of elements that are almost impossible to manage for a single person, or even for a small team. Usually seen as armchair critics, people who defend these criteria typically live in a world of failure as the number of elements is way too significant to take care of.
Religion understood that long before our era and know how the human mind works and how to triggers hidden levers. By using deep emotions, parental relationship models (God as a Father/Mother), they knew that a particular sequence of messages could sink in the right order and position so they can create perfect layers of ideological foundation, an ideal way to model a society.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny