Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The open spaces where we played are cruelly lost to today's children

"So many places, from city squares to airports, have dispensed altogether with the concept of people with arms and legs that swing and stride, with bodies that need to move, and eyes that want to look, and souls that yearn for a horizon, or even for a mature tree."

Sobering article by Rachel Cooke over at The Guardian.

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