Why do we spend our life worrying when we should be smiling?
Laughter – the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision.
A simple gesture that we use to show our emotions, a gesture that can have many meanings to it. Sometimes a laugh can be a moment of pure happiness that only the simplistic nature of smile can better – the feeling of being carefree a moment of freedom.
Sometimes a laugh can be of pure evil. Though some of you may be thinking you only see it on TV via a Bond villain or Dr. Evil, the fact is that a laugh of evil is to laugh at someone else’s misfortune and that in my eyes is defiantly evil.
Even at times a laugh can be heartfelt, felt with so much emotion that love becomes introduced, the love of a new born child to the man/women of your dreams. A laugh can of good humour the teller of dad jokes.
After all laughing is something we need because without it we are miserable. We realise everyday that smiling at someone on the street will change their day, we don’t know what each and every person we meet or see are really going through, we can only make their day bearable. A smile may only be part time for us all but laughing is all round even if it’s laughing at ourselves or whatever else we go through – we must never stay sad.
“It is impossible for you to be angry and laugh at the same time. Anger and laughter are mutually exclusive and you have the power to choose either.”
- Wayne Dyer