Play

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“Play – the ability to laugh and let go, to inhabit the present, and to be immersed in mirth and lightness of being – can be an ultimate act of love and belongingness. When we can laugh and joke, we are remembering our joint humanity, our mutual desire for happiness and love, and our fundamental interconnectedness.” Thank you to Emma Seppala, Ph.D, Science Director of Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and author of “The Happiness Track” for this.

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