Practice Play - the spiritual connection

From a webpage called "Practice Play"

Play is the exuberant expression of our being. It is at the heart of our creativity, our sexuality, and our most carefree moments of devotion. It helps us live with absurdity, paradox, and mystery. It feeds our joy and wonder. It keeps our search for meaning down to earth.

Practice play by doing things on the spur of the moment. Take time out to experiment, to try on different parts, to relax. Laugh heartily at jokes, situations, and yourself. Remember, laughter heals body, mind, and soul, and by extension, communities.

Also from the same page:

The word "silly" derives from the Greek "selig" meaning "blessed." There is something sacred in being able to be silly.
Paul Pearsall in The Heart's Code

This is a remarkable collection of resources connecting play and spirituality from Spirituality and Health.

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