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Using our hands to tell stories. (Or art therapy for beginners).

Using our hands to tell stories. (Or art therapy for beginners).

Expressing feelings for all but the most sophisticated wordsmiths is not easy and, there is a very simple reason for that. The part of our brain that houses our emotions does not have any language capabilities. In other ‘words’ it is near impossible to use ‘words’ to describe music, taste, smell and love. In fact, the only way we talk about these feelings is by using other ‘senses’ from the same palette, so we talk about love in terms of music, or we talk about smell in terms of food.

 

Play Hard. Work Better.

Play Hard. Work Better.

There is something wonderful and apparently completely illogical about baby sea lions – they have an insatiable appetite for play. They dive in and out of the surf, attack each other, play catch with sea urchins, chase fish. 

But here is the seemingly illogical part – baby sea lions who play die younger.