07 Nov 2015 | John Stamoulos |
Laughter communicates the same lightheartedness and joy in any country, any culture and any age group. The actual context of the expression may change with geography, age and societal norms, but laughter is the response to tickling that universal funny bone.
In today’s world of war, anger, competition, stress and anxiety, we are often more inclined to view life as dark and filled with drama. If we allow it to work its magic, laughter is a rare commodity that is the antidote for much of what ails us.
Bring Laughter into Your Life
We all can use more laughter in our lives and, unlike other indulgences we turn to that can cause addictions, there are no side effects and you cannot overdose on it. Let laughter add a positive note to your greatest challenges and notice your life transforms for you and for others around you.
Psssst – it’s contagious in the best way ever!