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“Play is something done for its own sake,” he explains. “It’s voluntary, it’s pleasurable, it offers a sense of engagement, it takes you out of time. And the act itself is more important than the outcome.” {source} In his book Play, Brown also compares play to oxygen, noting “…it’s all around us, yet goes mostly unnoticed or unappreciated until it is missing.”

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