Purpose is not to promote or condemn the human instinct to take chances; rather, we suggest a modicum of thought for the definition of and sensibleness of our natural tendency. After all, money was made for spending, not self-denial for the mistaken concept of morality.
Amidst the glitter and particular sounds of Casino Gaming, one can enjoy the presence of high rollers, low rollers, and holy rollers: all enjoy a game of chance. While many of the latter shun gambling for money, they would otherwise engage chancy investments in the business world or else work for others investing large amounts for the return of what else, money; notwithstanding, religionists chance the biggest gamble yet, a choice of afterlife vehicles from amongst the many advertising for commitment and perpetuating the outreach of overflowed collection plates; therefore, gambling must be a fun thing to do. Or, is chance-taking just an inherent necessity? Is there a farmer who has not gambled a year’s wages on the capriciousness of weather, to have all hope lost in storm, drought, or pestilence? How about the entrepreneur who gambles his family’s future on a failed enterprise and sees it collapse in failure? And how about the religionist, who embraces one of the 3000 plus Christian spin-offs, who deposits family funds in the collection plate of another; who fully realizes only one of the Christian nominations can be the right one according to scripture. Does he not make a bigger gamble than the reckless Casino gambler? Three thousand to one odds are the worst of odds!
Yes, we all take chances; however, in the Casino, certain forms of gambling are more risky than others. Surely it makes sense to spot the loose Slots and ignore lesser machines, opting for the machine recently on a losing cycle rather than one just abandoned after a winning cycle. And who would select the 7/5 Video Poker Slot over the 9/6. To do so is to considerably reduce the chance of winning. This author never plays a 7/5 machine (7 credits for a Full House and 5 credits for a Flush). The 8/5 is better but not as productive as the 9/6. Obviously. to increase odds of winning, players must advantage the more attractive perks and select the very best gambling choice for his investment.
By the same token, if one selects religion as his gaming favorite, in the race of life, he should be equally discriminatory of choice. After all, participants bet the ultimate stakes, their life. Does your choice represent the unilateral recommendation? Better yet, does it meet with all the limitations and exhortations posited in the only legal-historicity existing to attract your commitment? Does your commitment exceed or lack the harmony of prophecy and soteriology? Man’s narcissistic and self-serving motive reassures his decision to chance spiritual correctness; however, history guarantees one’s commitment to be based on exploitation and not guarantee of personal benefit. Chancing immortality, mankind devolves to motrality; thereafter, his sentient response deteriorates into trillions of minute particles, and with this disassembly vanishes his intellect, his hope of any recollection; but this entails a deeper study, although still subject to the impersonal character of chance.
Life is a constant parade of chances: wins, near misses, and losses; research is available to guide readers toward the right choice and odds value in the spin of life. At the Casino, our advice is to be a cautious and thinking gambler. Lose on the small bets and win on the larger bets. It’s a good philosophy. On the game of life, against the professionals, a little advanced research will go a long ways toward creating a winner.