A Play-Full Life: Slowing Down & Seeking Peace by Jaco J. Hamman

By Jaco J. Hamman

A Play-Full lifestyles explores the methods of being and turning into knowledgeable through the life-giving and balance-inducing strength of play. even if subjective play, casual social play, or perhaps execs at play, play is essentially an perspective to lifestyles that is going past particular actions. A Play-Full existence empowers Christians to discover the that means of a Sabbath-like lifestyles conversing of simplicity, serenity, and sensing the fullness of lifestyles. Readers will obtain functional directions on tips on how to stability their religious, own, tasks on the way to domesticate a play-full self. The e-book positive factors a few reports of normal humans and religion groups residing play-full lives.

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A play-full person certainly can be competitive, but not in a desperate attempt to feel better or to become someone in winning even if it comes at the cost of others. The self-acceptance and other-acceptance inherent to play-fullness keep competition from becoming something needed to strengthen a weak and insecure self. Play-fullness finds enjoyment in healthy competition. Competition, according to the Greek philosopher Plato, is best understood in terms of completion, coordination, and cooperation.

Perfectionism is a form of competition against the self in which the self loses every time. Purely driven by internal forces, but strengthened by external forces, we need no one to compete against. Do not confuse perfectionism with excellence, which is doing your best or striving to reach your potential. Excellence is always mindful of abilities and gifts, of place and The Enemies of Becoming Play-full 41 time. Perfectionism, however, does not discern. It is a pervasive force that permeates your life, and like competition, it offers the promise of a better self while working in conjunction with your inner critic.

In the opening show of the series, Monk has to interrupt his detective work to rush home because he is convinced he left the stove on. Walking down the street, he touches and counts every parking meter he passes, and he then finds it impossible to enter an elevator because a coughing woman has awakened his fear of getting sick. Later, a murderer moves past him on a ladder because Monk is paralyzed by his fear of heights. As a television show, Monk is doing much to show not only how restrictive obsessions and compulsions are, but also how one overcomes compulsion.

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