BALANCE THE JENGA
The balance of the world was stunned. The seasons are mixed, the climates are mixed, day and night times changed but people say I don’t care !!! For a habitable planet, human beings should now get involved and say stop… Conscious people should say stop to unconscious people !!! Glass, wood, metal, plastic, paper do not matter, they are all the same, all a resource, all of them are a value… We need to recycle these values again in order not to throw these values into nature and to balance the balance of our planet.
Do you know the game Jenga? Jenga is a kind of balance and concentration game and the goal is to get the right block. Jenga game is a tower created by stacking of blocks divided into equal parts. The tower is raised by pulling the blocks one by one and stacking them on top of each other. In the Jenga game, although the players get the blocks randomly first, they need to think about which block should be played as the game progresses. Because the goal in jenga game is not to get a random block, but to get the correct block. Jenga requires not only concentration, but intelligence and reasoning. Just like protecting the world.
Jenga consists of 54 blocks. We need a flat and hard floor to play the game. Then you should start lining the tower. Each row consists of 3 blocks. However, the first 3 blocks should be arranged transversely and the next 3 blocks should be arranged longitudinally. From the Jenga game tower, everyone takes turns pulling a block and starts to line it up to the top of the tower. One of the most important rules in Jenga is that players must shoot the block they touch. Also, when shooting the block, players must use one hand. The player who knocked down the tower is considered defeated, and the player who defeats the jenga game tower sets up.
What Does Jenga Earn Players? It allows the player to concentrate, just as we should concentrate while living life. It improves hand and muscle dexterity, just as we must work to survive. It teaches to be eaten and defeated in a fun way, just as we will always win if we are at peace with nature, but we will always lose if we do not protect nature. It gives attention, just as we must be sensitive to the environment.
Now I can hear the voices. What does Jenga have to do with the environment? Jenga games are no longer made from wood, but from 100% recycled fishing nets. Thus, recycled fishing nets that join the economy again also contribute to the protection of trees.
With the wish that Jenga will instill a sense of balance in unconscious people and teach nature not to throw waste regardless of its type, the fishnet will continue to be Jenga.