If You Die In The Game, You Die For Real

The intersection of games and religion is something I’ve grown to find fairly interesting  since the last time I featured an article about it. So when I saw fellow expat Robert Rath doing a piece for Waypoint about how video games have found their way into Buddhism, and what practicing Buddhists think of them. Rath interviewed a few Buddhist monks at Wat Chedi Luang in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This on its own is interesting enough, but what pushes this one over the top is the fact that there was a lot more variety in the opinions presented than one would expect.

Read: In Thailand, Buddhist Monks Grapple with the Meaning of Video Games

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