In the Life in the Body thread I talk about the need for play and joy for all people, all ages. One place a find that joy is in juggling. Sounds silly, right? Well that is exactly the point. Juggling is a wonderful, often difficult, occasionally frustrating, but always joyous activity.
One tends to see juggling as a solitary passtime. Although in terms of basic skill acquisition and component practice that is often true, the activity itself is most enjoyed in the collaborative framework of a juggling group.
Jugglers share skills and fellowship, but mostly there is a shared joy in the activity that can not easily be described.