Play invites us to pause the constant flurry of doing, which is so often a desperate search for meaning — and in that pausing, we remember our Being that is the true source of meaning.
Play opens the door to beauty, joy, imagination and gratitude because it opens our hearts and our minds.
Today is the day to play. Don’t wait until you finish some “important” task. Play now and you’ll discover that play is the important non-task that illuminates your life and your writing/art.
Start with what you enjoy and people you love.
Or start by playing this — trust me, this TED Talk with Louie Schwartzberg is worth your time and attention.