ON THE SACRED ACT OF PLAY / FATHER’S DAY
“Play is, first and foremost, an expression of freedom. It is what one wants to do as opposed to what one is obliged to do. The joy of play is the ecstatic feeling of liberty. Play is not always accompanied by smiles and laughter, nor are smiles and laughter always signs of play; but play is always accompanied by a feeling of ‘Yes, this is what I want to do right now.’” - Dr. Peter Gray
“In India, the world is not seen as an artifact, but as a drama. And therefore God is not the maker and architect of the universe but the actor of it, and is playing all the parts at once.” - Alan Watts.