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How to Play Today


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 […]

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The Vital Work of Play


  Back when I first started this series on Self-Care, you might wondered why “creative play” was in the list of things writers need to do for Self-Care when I’ve always promoted play as Process. The great thing about Play is that it can be Process or Self-Care or even Product Time. When play is […]

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