A Park To Play In

children playing
image: Ronn Tan

Children don’t spend hours planning in fine detail which park they’d like to go to play in. If they did, they’d never have any time left for the important part – playing.

Whichever park they’re taken to, they happily make use of whatever is there, and enjoy themselves.

With our creative work, we can benefit greatly from this approach too.

Pick something, one thing, block out some time to work on it, create.

Enjoy whatever arises.

Don’t live your life in frustrated deliberation, devoid of any creation.

Pick a park, start playing.

 

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