My son, Andrew, has developed a deep obsession with Minecraft lately. At first, I was a bit concerned about the amount of time he was spending on the game, but as I’ve observed him more closely, I’ve come to realize that it’s actually quite beneficial for him. Minecraft has become a platform for his creativity to flourish, allowing him to build and explore intricate virtual worlds, solve problems, and collaborate with friends. It’s not just a game; it’s a valuable learning experience that encourages problem-solving skills, teamwork, and resource management. While I still believe in moderation, I can now see that Minecraft has some positive effects on his development, making it more than just a simple video game.