I watched a kids’ baseball game. The players, umpires and managers all wore uniforms. There was a concession stand, electric scoreboard, pristine grass. Then laughter from a nearby field where a ragtag collection of kids played baseball without uniforms or umpires. Everyone batted until they got a hit. Everyone cheered for the batter, even the other team! They pushed a boy in a wheelchair around the bases. The least able player received the most encouragement. There were no rules I could discern … except that everyone have fun. They were having a blast … and so was I … even in my dreams.