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Diane Ackerman in A Natural History of Love The heart is a museum
We can't afford to play without accomplishing something We can't afford to play without accomplishing something
Thrill seeking is a form of deep play Thrill seeking is a form of deep play
Deep play helps us evade society for a few moments Deep play helps us evade society for a few moments
Deep play leads to the sacred Deep play leads to the sacred
I want to have lived the width of life I want to have lived the width of life
The Moon by Whale Light Poetic and illuminating nature writing about bats, penguins, crocodilians, and whales.
Deep Play A dazzling job of delineating the multidimensional aspects of play.
The Rarest of the Rare Celebrates in luxuriant prose the delights of being an earth ecstatic.
A Natural History of Love Savors the great intangibles of love.