God is happiest when his children are at play. I heard that quote again the other day, in the sweet little Robert Redford film, the Legend of Bagger Vance. It’s one of those ubiquitous, variously appearing and seemingly sourceless truisms that bears deeper consideration. In this TEDxBG (Bulgaria) talk from January, Steve Keil makes a compelling case for elevating play to its rightful place in a productive society.
A Players Uprising – A Manifesto for Play