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November 04, 2005


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this is so so good thanks

i try to have fun all the time. sometimes i have too much fun for other people's comfort. however, most of my fun is tied in with work of various sorts. so is that really play? not according to this book.

I'm suprised Johnston didn't mention Josef Pieper's classic, "Leisure: The Basis of Culture"

I just found this post as I did a search on theology of play. I touched on this on my blog in relation to Burning Man Festival, and incorporated a section of it in my graduate thesis on the topic. Keep up this line of thinking!

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