A cheerful heart is a good medicine but a crashed spirit dries up the bones.
One of the greatest battles over your life is the battle over your joy.
One of the greatest secrets of handling challenging times is to “laugh at it”.
Laughter has long been propounded as medicine. A hearty heart is a form of “internal jogging” that exercises the lungs and stimulates the circulatory system.
Health care professionals have noted that laughter acts as an anesthetic by distracting the patient’s attention from pain. Laughter decreases tension and increases the production of endorphins which are natural pain killers.
Psychologists have noted that clowns or comedians and their regressive form of humor can coax people out of state of withdrawal and depression.
Laughter is a universal language; you can laugh in any language and will be well understood. Laughter is to life, laughter is the cheapest any man has. It is the greatest manual tonic known to man, the second most powerful emotion known after love. It dispels anxiety; helps manage stress, depression, fear and worry.
It also stimulate healing processes, has psychological, social and even spiritual benefits, stirs up the blood, expands the chest, electrifies the nerves and clears “cobwebs” from the brain.
My dear readers, whenever you find yourself in that difficult situation, just take a deep breath and laugh it out. It helps!