As some of you know, I've been working diligently in my laboratory to develop important tools for change. My latest breakthrough is the development of an aerosol spray that heightens compassion. I've been testing it out on myself the past few days, and now I'm ready to release it into the atmosphere. In 2013, I will be spreading the compassion spray everywhere I go, including government buildings, military bases, corporate headquarters, prisons, businesses, schools, and just about everywhere else I can think of. If you'd like to help administer this compassion spray, I'll be happy to drop off a case or two of it to get you started.
My latest video features some drumming, dedicated to all those impacted by gun violence in recent days.
What do Newtown CT and Chenpeng, China, have in common? On the same day, just hours apart, two men with murderous intentions entered schools in these two towns and went on a rampage. Both men attacked schoolchildren and adults. The man in China was wielding a knife, whereas the man in Newtown used a rifle like the one pictured here. In the Chinese incident, 23 people were injured but nobody was killed. As you know, the Newtown incident resulted in 28 deaths. Nobody is saying that control of semiautomatic weapons will end violence, but it will certainly limit the carnage caused by those with violent impulses.
Anyone who doesn't think that construction is play has never used a Ramset. Using a charge of gunpowder and a hammer, you can blast a nail through concrete. What can be better than that? In this video, I demonstrate how I incorporate the Ramset into my practice of dedicated play:
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