“Humour is the shock absorbers of life.”
- Barbara Johnson
Have you ever laughed until your stomach hurt? Or have you fallen out of your chair because you were laughing so hard? Why does it feel so good to laugh? It seems that something called “endorphins” are released every time you laugh—actually making you feel better. It’s like nature’s antidepressant.
Laughter is a universal language. It’s so contagious that you can be in a country where you don’t speak the native language and can get a whole bus load of people laughing, Simply by laughing yourself.
Don’t put a lid on your laughter. Laugh a lot. It’s a great remedy for what alls you. Laughter can help you deal with disappointment or despair. Have you ever gone through bad times, turned on the television, and found yourself laughing at some comedian’s routine? For the moment, your problems were lost in the laughter.
What would the world be like if everybody laughed more? Probably a lot different than laugh can also be taught to love.
Laugh it up!