Why do we play? We play because it is fun and brings us pleasure. Play is proven to be useful. It teaches us how to survive. It helps us to socialize successfully and to make sound judgments. Play stimulates brain development, stimulates nerve growth, and helps us to process our emotions. Play activity helps sculpt the brain. The genius of our play is that it creates imaginative cognitive combinations.
Play is a profound organic process of life. It promotes survival, fosters empathy, and lies in the core of the creative development. Our play is pure and true expression of humanity. We feel most alive and have the best memories when we are at play.