"When we play, we are engaged in the purest expression of our humanity." —Stuart Brown, MD
When we reflect on loved ones who are no longer with us, whether separated by distance or the passage of time, we are often reminded of this simple truth:
Our most precious memories are often our most playful ones.
Many of the obituaries published in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy are testimonies to this truth.
New York Times
profiles included tributes to "A Spitball-Shooting Executive," "A Lover of Laughter," and "The Lawn King: A Practical Joker with Heart."
We cherish the times spent in the playful presence of those we love.
Times when we were so lost in delight that time. stood. still.
It's ironic that one of our most memorable qualities, our playfulness, is also the quality we are most likely to forget or neglect in favor of our never-ending "to do" list, work pressures, and social obligations.
And yet, our playfulness is one of the best gifts we can give ourselves and each other. The gift of joyful presence.
This month, we invite you to explore the healing power of un-adult-erated play in honor of National Recovery Month
and National Wellness Week
Can't remember the last time you had fun?!
We encourage you to contact us
to discover how fun coaching can help you liberate more joy in all areas of your life!