Making Positive Changes: Play

Einstein said “Play is the highest form of research.”

Plato said “Life must be based on play.”

Emerson said “It is a happy talent to know how to play.”

Confucius said “It is better to play than do nothing.”

Jordan said “Just play. Have fun. Enjoy the game”

 

As adults we often feel play is limited to those under the age of 10. We assume a role of seriousness, meeting deadlines, being the provider and play can feel immature, unrecognisable and a waste of time. We've become so ‘careful’ in how we manage our lives that we’ve simply forgotten how to get play. Play means creativity. Play means connection. Play means learning how to be in sync with each other. Play can, and ought to, be brought more easily into every day life. We're seeing it much more in the movement industry, in tech and wellness.

Play isn’t just for kids. Join us in our new home at One Girl Band in Vine Street for this month’s Making Positive Changes and let us remind you how to play.