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Julian Ray's picture

The Importance Of Playing #1

One of the first, most important, and longest lasting victims of any conflict or pandemic is play. The ability for people, children, of all ages to play and be silly is critical to the health of all.
Over the next few weeks I will be sharing a few images of people doing one of the most “normal” things in life.
Let’s hope we all can get back to playing soon.
“We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
— George Bernard Shaw

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Alan Brown's picture

Great moment capturing of the joys of youth Julian. This certainly tells the story of a time we have not seen for so long and need to get back to.

Hank Rintjema's picture

Fantastic! What JOY!!! And... NO MASKS!!! We're going mask-less on the 21st... yahoo!