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“It’s never too late to have a happy childhood.” –Tom Robbins

flashback-a-serues-by-pierre-leducThis is the story of an ageless bundle of joy.

“The creative adult is the child who has survived.” –Ursula K. Le Guin

yellowSurviving age is the serious side of the story. 

“Man is most nearly himself when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play.” –Heraclitus

blueThe fun side is resetting the default mode of a bundle of nerves.

“Adults are obsolete children.” –Dr. Seuss

blue-1This erases everything learned in school since kindergarten.

“Children are natural Zen masters; their world is brand new in each and every moment.” –John Bradshaw

redIt reflashes the imaginative, intuitive, insightful faculty.

“Play is the only way the highest intelligence of humankind can unfold.” Joseph Chilton Pearce

red-1It reboots the innate, inquisitive, inventive facility.

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso

blue-2It resolves ageless desires.

“In every real man a child is hidden that wants to play.” –Friedrich Nietzsche

1Resetting the default revitalizes the whole bundle of nerves.

“We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves, or more deeply engrossed in anything than when we are playing.” –Charles Schaefer

3Best of all, it resets the bio-clock before beddy-bye.

“In my dreams, I never have an age.” –Madeleine L’Engle

2The dream cancels the illusion of time, and the dreamer wakes up in a flashback. 

The moral of the story: Being an ageless bundle of joy is adult child’s play.

“Life is playfulness… We need to play so that we can rediscover the magic all around us.” –Flora Colao

 

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