Saturday, June 5, 2010



"In order for a child to engage in play, boundaries have to be fluid and able to expand and contract. If boundary is stuck or torn, the child is often angry and frustrated, unable to do anything but sit and glare. It is ironic that the same space we learned to play in is the space we need to go to for healing and authentic living."

"...the remedy for frozen boundary is play."

Boundarytime by John Olesnavage


1 comment:

s-p said...

God must play well. :)