The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness - The Play Connection Summary & Analysis

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The Play Connection Summary and Analysis

Summary. People should take the time to play.

Primal Play. It is important to play, even as adults. In prehistoric times, it helped people experiment and process, and also blow off steam. It creates new brain patterns and helps one deal with one's emotions. People know that children need play, even rough-housing, but neglecting to play as adults reduces intelligence as well. Some of the most innovative workplaces encourage play. Play has no attachment to outcome. It is not a distraction, but an end in itself. It helps one's relationships and a sense of connection to others. However, treating it as a chore—as something one ought to do—misses the point. In the modern workaday world, even an hour of play is a start.

The Play of Art. Art can be a form of...

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