game: a contest of person against person or team against team. A game consists of freedoms, barriers and purposes, and there is a necessity in a game to have an opponent or an enemy. Also there is a necessity to have problems, and enough individuality to cope with a situation. To live life fully, then, one must have in addition to "something to do," a higher purpose, and this purpose, to be a purpose at all, must have counter-purposes or purposes which prevent it from occurring.[not in citation given]
The Aberree noted in its Volume 3, issue 1 (April 1956): "Scientology is Hubbard's game......It is also anyone's game who really wants to own and play it."[not in citation given]
Scientologist and jazz musician Chick Corea refers to Hubbard's "game" concept in his song "What Games Shall We Play Today?"
Compare the Scientological view of life as "a game. A game in which everyone can win and no one need lose."
^"How do Scientologists view life?". scientology.org. Church of Scientology International. 2014. Retrieved 2014-11-28. HOW DO SCIENTOLOGISTS VIEW LIFE? [...] As a game. A game in which everyone can win and no one need lose.