Play shows us that we can. We can throw a ball, we can guess a picture, we can tag someone to be “it.” It shows us that others see us as human and equal.Read More
How many of you feel like you are too busy? And how many of you feel that that busyness is at least partly due to your own choices?
Imagine what it would feel like to practice idleness - even a little bit. In the midst of your day, taking an hour or even 30 minutes out to do nothing...Read More
Laughing out ourselves usually does not mean that we think less of ourselves. Quite the opposite. It means we have come to a point of comfort and acceptance with who we are - so much so that we are prepared to allow others to join with us in seeing who we are.Read More
Whether we are employers or employees or both, we have responsibilities about work.
When we are employers, our values call upon us to make work rewarding for those whose work we influence. We can not let the profit motive overcome our concern for the growth, development, and satisfaction of our fellow human beings.
“It’s a vision problem that no laser surgery can cure, a hyperopia that keeps us from seeing the central source of happiness right next to us. That problem is called adulthood. Those who are afflicted with this condition have trouble focusing on nearby objects of amusement and the realm that delivers the most enjoyment per square inch: play. Adults are oblivious to what they knew as kids — that play is where you live.”Read More