It’s been a hectic week for me. What with all the exams and tuition classes, I just could not find time to be where I am right now, before my computer, just spilling my heart out. There are many things that fascinate me in this life I am so thankful for. So, here I am to share with you something I’ve been thinking about for the past few days. Thank you for reading my blog and I hope this helps you in some way.
Have you ever had this experience?
You’re sitting in your room. Your head is hanging above an array of diagrams and equations. You are reading about the Pauli Exclusion principle when you hear something that clearly does not fit into the picture.
And that ‘something’ is what I am going to talk to you about today.
Guess what it is:
I had this experience last week. I was busy doing my work when I heard laughter from the other room, where the rest of my family was busy watching a comedy show.
I felt miserable. Unable to join in the fun, I just sat there. It took all my will power to coerce my mind into focusing on my work again.
The point is:
There is something about laughter that attracts us.
Take an example from our day-to-day life. Ever noticed how much we like people who laugh a lot? It’s amazing. You just love to be around them. It’s like they’ve got a rusty motor working again.
We all live life like it’s a struggle every step of the way. We want to laugh. It’s just that the atmosphere around us is just not going along with it.
Laughter tells us a lot of things. It is a living thing. It talks of confidence, happiness, love, acceptance and warmth. A few of the many things we seem to be losing out on these days. So, when we see somebody laughing, all these emotions come flooding into our mind. And it’s contagious. So we find solace in their presence.
The funny thing is, they may be just as fed up with life as we are. Laughing is something innate for them. So, they laugh. And it helps them too.
Love Mr. Bean?
Ever noticed the invisible audience laughing all the time in his episodes?
Though we may not realize it, that invisible audience makes that episode so much more interesting for us to watch. I’ve noticed how they laugh at some things he does that may not be funny at all for me. So, what do I do? I try to find out what was so funny about that scene and sure enough, in the end, I sympathize with the invisible audience with regard to the humor quality of that scene. So, it makes Mr. Bean much more interesting for me. Even if I don’t find something funny, I still laugh because I don’t want to be left out of the fun. And sure enough that meaningless laugh makes me feel better.
Just laugh. It doesn’t always have to be funny.
When your friend makes a joke and it’s a fail, just laugh like you’ve really enjoyed it.
What’s your gain?
A happy friend and a healthier body and mind.
Sometimes it’s worth it to laugh at nothing. We sure need it.
There is a verse in the Bible that talks of how we should seek peace and pursue it.
Many good things in life are hidden treasures. You’ve got to get out there and claim it. Or it’s going to stay there. And believe me, if you don’t take the time to try to find it and make it your own, you’re losing out on something priceless, something unlimited!!
So laugh and then laugh again. . . …
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It’s odd how the act of laughing feels so restorative. This reminds me of Proverbs 17:22. Who knows? Someday, you may be reading about the Pauli Exclusion principle and laugh out loud. People around you will find that so strange that they laugh too!
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Yeah, I forgot to mention that verse. Let’s all find the time to make sure we take the best medicine. Oh, I checked out your blog and it was awesome!!😉
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