By practising 'creative' simulations, we experience what Einstein called ‘a childlike inclination for play.’
A “play maker” experiences how the most mundane and everyday errands are the greatest opportunities to create, share and bring life into existence.
I close my eyes to create.
I’m driving the car. Sunroof is down, and the music playing loud. Drenched in the rays of summer. Vibing after a class of hot yoga. I’m high on my supply. And the supply is pure. I park outside the health food store. I need raw milk. Yoga, music, sun, milk. A composition of energy. A compounding of interests. I walk down the aisle toward the cash register. Catching eyes with a beautiful soul. Energy attracts energy. Life appreciates life.
I can’t help but appreciate the gift of their presence. I pay for my milk and leave the store. I stop for a split second in pure intuition. Do I want to meet this person? Yes, I want to meet this person. I go back into the store. “Excuse me, this is may be the first or last time I do this, but are you single?” They pause. They smile. They respond in style. The world wants to experience life as much as life wants to experience the world.