To allow yourself to play with another person is no small risk. It means allowing yourself to be open, to be exposed, to be hurt. It is the human equivalent of the dog rolling on its back—I know you won’t hurt me even though you can. It is the dog putting its mouth around your […]Leave your prayer beads and come outside: The spiritual path of play
Whilst my prayer and prayer beads are precious to me, as are my devotional rituals, readings, and writings – this struck a chord for me in my reading this morning.
Play, joy, dance, breath, gratitude: there are themes, no?
I’m looking forward to being able to dance again, and after so long, I’m hoping this time I won’t take that for granted!!!
Collective Joy as Our Birthright by Mary Gelfand (part one)
Collective Joy as Our Birthright by Mary Gelfand (part two)