On Porpoise

The dolphin’s gleeful smile is just a feature of its anatomy, but as far as we can tell their amazing above-water acrobatics are something they do for fun, just because they can. Play is just part of their “porpoise” in life.

How do you play?

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One response to “On Porpoise

  1. patt behler

    Right now I have two ways to play: (1) I make corny, silly comments about something in a conversation or something apparent in the environment and expect others to laugh too (sometimes I’m successful and if not, I explain my silliness!… perhaps boring to others but I get a kick out of it. (2) during Tai Chi, since it’s both physical and mental, I often get a silly idea from one of the movements or mental imagery and I chuckle to myself.

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