Month of Thanks

Month of Thanks: Day 25

Day 25: Laughter

Heh. heh.
Hee hee!
Ho Ho!
Haha!
BaHaHa!
MWAHAHA!

Laughter is awesome! Laughter shows so many different forms of happiness whether it be good or evil, boisterous or pitiful. The act of laughing shows us so much about someone. It can tell us what they’re feeling almost instantly, or if they’re faking. What’s more is that laughing is infectious.

It spreads like wildfire, or yawns, and it’s nearly impossible not to join in, especially when there’s that one person who chortles like a hyena, snickers like a snake, snorts like a pig, or squeals they’re suffocating(this one’s me. Don’t worry. I’m fine. :p). Each person laughs differently. It’s like a tiny glimpse into the type of person they are, reflecting their personality with each breath.

Then, there’s the healing effect. Laughing, even when faked, has a way of spreading and warming the heart. It can be the medicine when words fail. It can be the distraction from sorrow. It can be the way to forgive and forget a betrayal. Laughter is a force to be reckoned with and I’m so grateful for it and all the power it holds. Perhaps we should change the saying from ‘an apple a day’ to ‘a laugh a day’ because that’s how powerful a laugh it is.

“Laughter is poison to fear.”
― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones


List of Thanks

Day 1: Family
Day 2: Music
Day 3: Health
Day 4: Coffee
Day 5: Friends
Day 6: Language
Day 7: Pets
Day 8: Stories
Day 9: Fire
Day 10: Technology
Day 11: Snow
Day 12: Pain
Day 13: Diversity
Day 14: Nature
Day 15: Education
Day 16: Time
Day 17: Color
Day 18: Handwritten Letters
Day 19: Food
Day 20: Dance
Day 21: The 5 Senses
Day 22: Smiles
Day 23: Freedom
Day 24: Clean Water

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2 thoughts on “Month of Thanks: Day 25”

  1. Laughter is so healing. I don’t laugh enough but know that even if I fake laughter, I lighten up. Love the list of your thanks – I can see freedom on the list. 🙂

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