Play Is Important

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    Lola Fredrickson Reply

    I love the definition of play you presented here, but I struggle with what activities constitute play for me. Lots of my leisure time is spent with activities similar to what I’m doing at work, e.g., discussing social issues with colleagues with an attempt to contribute to the solution, working in a non-profit or attending a fund-raising event. I need something akin to playing with paper dolls which I did as a child. Does reading count? Should play be active? Who does this well? Can you make suggestions?

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