Tetris (Level 2)

It is impossible to play just one level of Tetris.

You fail the first level and think, "Ok, one more try."

Alternatively, you pass the first level and 6 hours later return from a block-induced odyssey.

The pursuit of polygonal placement presents a poignant perspective about overwhelm.

Your state of overwhelm may stem from trying to perfectly fit things.

Conversely, trying to survive a barrage of blocks generates an equal amount of overwhelm.

Overwhelm is the symptom.

Whether you seek perfection or survival, the blocks fall at the same rate.

If the environmental block factors are constant, the variable is your perspective.

If you are focused on perfection or survival, it may be time to reevaluate your blocks.

From Russia with coffee,

-Morning Cup