Movement as a catalyst for the evolution of the mind, body and soul.
Time Out For Fun
by Henry Miller
Work is the very opposite of creation… which is play. The state and all institutions are a great aggregation of individuals who repeat the mistakes of their forefathers, they were caught in the wheel from birth and they kept at it until death—and this treadmill they tried to dignify by calling it ‘life’. If you asked them to explain it… you would be met with a blank look. “You’ve got to eat, haven’t you?” is a stopgap. Historically, the men who were most ‘in’ life, who were molding life, who were life itself, ate little, slept little, owned little or nothing. They had no illusions about duty, or the perpetuation of their kith or kin or the state. They were interested in truth, and truth alone. They recognized only one kind of activity, creation.