Station 10 - The Authenticity of Play and the Play of Authenticity …the Truth of a Child

Journal Questions

***Journal reflections represent an interior dialogue with my deepest center. These responses are for me. The relational practice of journaling allows me to objectify a response in written form. This exercise may assist in achieving clarity regarding insights to share with others.

What images, sounds, or quotations from The Truth of a Child captured my attention? What do I remember from this module?


The "truth of a child" is:


Examples of the "truth of a child" I have experienced include:


"Play" is:

The role "play" plays in my life is:


The perspective of a child I wish to re-incorporate into my life as a practice is:


The message Fr. Richard Fragomeni, Ph.D. is attempting to communicate in this quote regarding the relationship between service and authenticity is:

... when consciousness expands to this place of non-grasping… then it seems naturally we find ...our greatest passion in emptying ourselves for the sake of others...
- Fr. Richard Fragomeni, Ph.D.


Other questions I wish the group to discuss are:


Group Questions

What images, sounds, or quotations linger in your memory from The Truth of a Child? What do you remember?

If you were to choose one of the voices in this module to converse with over the next twenty years, what quote prompted your attention and what is the nature of the dialogue you might wish to pursue?

What is the "truth of a child?"

Where have you experienced the "truth of a child" in your own life?

What is "play?" What is the role "play" plays in your life?

What personal practices might you consider re-incorporating in your life that represent the perspective of a child?

What is the message Fr. Richard Fragomeni, Ph.D. is attempting to communicate in this quote regarding the relationship between service and authenticity?

... when consciousness expands to this place of non-grasping… then it seems naturally we find ...our greatest passion in emptying ourselves for the sake of others...
- Fr. Richard Fragomeni, Ph.D.

What additional questions do you wish the group to discuss?

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