The Importance of Play

Play, which is often treated by the distress patterns of the oppressive society as if it were “amusement” or “entertainment” or even “wasting time,” is a very basic, profound, and effective learning process. Young people who are allowed to play together without mistreatment and given access to information learn very, very rapidly.

Harvey Jackins

From page 72 of The Kind, Friendly Universe

(Present Time 182, January 2016)

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