Again celebrating a sabbath day of rest, I decided to finish a video I started yesterday as I spent part of the weekend making art. So happy.
Then today I read the two words put together---"holy playfulness" in Richard Rohr's book "Everything Belongs", which I'm reading for a second time. I was intrigued by this combination. I just love the idea of playfulness that is sacred, holy, joy-filled, child-like, renewing, and fun. That's the kind of weekend I had.
So I worked on an art project that had been hibernating. I have maybe 30 semi-blank projects that I'd started about 6 months ago but have been unable to finish. Suddenly, I'm not afraid anymore, and it's okay with me that they be less-than-perfect. I had fun finishing one that I show you below.
Then today, in honor of the sabbath, I made the video a little bit more playful than usual. I hope you like it. It's 2:39 long: