Players, recognizing and encountering each other by chance, create new relationships by repeating cycles of exploration, supposition, and conquest, focusing on existence through infinite imaginative iterations. The most important concept in this process is “unlearning”— the desire for a new universe and escaping existing frameworks. When we escape from our stationary perspectives and keep exploring unknown time, we can seek opportunities for connection with other beings. Players show, through their play, how to tear down societal boundaries, staring and recognizing the essence of what is. The Playground, where interactions between Players are diffused and advanced, escapes abstract truth and methods of unclear social justice and suggests a focus on existence itself and a methodology of transcendental thinking freely passing between the past and the future.