It’s the game’s willingness to stand up to evil. I mean, to stand in the face of evil, despite hot and stinky breath that manages to wilt beautiful faces.
It’s self-sacrificing love: understanding the other may be too tired to play.
It’s doing countless selfless acts, even those that seem insignificant, like helping an old lady cross the street. This includes stopping to pick up the cabbage she dropped and then letting ducklings cross the road.
It’s taking care of friends who are left on the shelf because no one wants to play with them.
It’s experiencing all that life has to offer, understanding the world, making good judgments and acting on them.