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I Want to Play

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November 3, 2021

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I Want to Play

Play is the mediator of the invisible and visible.

– Dora M. Kalff –

I Want to Play

“I work hard. Sometimes too hard. I even work hard at play. Perhaps you suffer the same affliction. Call it ‘passion’ or ‘devotion’ or ‘loving what you do,’ but it is possible to have too much of a good thing.” Writer Phyllis Cole-Dai describes a writing workshop that she gave to herself as a gift. It resulted in a lovely poem, beginning with this delightful assertion: “I want to play…” Read more about her experience at the workshop, and the full poem here. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, read Diane Ackerman on “Deep Play.” { more }

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