This list includes every page tagged with "Playfulness."

  • From UU World

    We can be cheerleaders for people’s simple joys—even if we don’t share them.

  • By Karen G. Johnston
    From WorshipWeb
    There is magic afoot. And reason. Compassion. Mutual care. Delight. Skepticism. Deep comfort. Disappointment. Tears and laughter. Challenge. It’s all there. It’s our Sunday service.
  • By Melanie Davis
    From WorshipWeb
    Under the right circumstances, playing with fire is a delight—imagine being gathered round a firepit as the crackling flames invite us to sing, dance, and roast a marshmallow or two. ...
  • By Katie Romano Griffin
    From Braver/Wiser
    May I always remember that Tango, like life, is a dance of the people. It’s meant to be shared, not practiced in isolation.
  • By Molly Housh Gordon, Jamila Batchelder
    From WorshipWeb
    Rain falls upon the surface of the earth, and pulled by gravity each drop begins to flow downhill. Drop merges with drop, flowing together, into a trickle, a streamlet, a creek, a mighty river, flowing onward. ..
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    From Braver/Wiser
    We can’t always predict which choices will wind up having a huge impact on us, whether it's bringing home a stuffed animal or taking a particular train to Oxford Circus.
  • By Leslie Takahashi
    From WorshipWeb
    With our shared force we can travel toward oceans of meaning and seas of connection.
  • By Teresa Honey Youngblood
    From Braver/Wiser
    We could see the main path to the swimming hole ahead, but we had to pick our way through sand spurs to get there. Behind us were rattlesnakes. What did the youth do? They started playing.
  • By Christian Schmidt
    From Braver/Wiser
    Our family prays at mealtime to practice gratitude in our lives. I love that my children are taking it as their own, finding their own meaning.
  • By Amanda Poppei
    From Braver/Wiser
    It's an impulse of the human self to be known fully, and that’s almost never possible unless we risk the conversations that help us see past our initial impressions.