Humor is infectious, especially  roaring laughter. Not only that,  when laughter is shared, it  brings people together by breaking down social barriers, self-consciousness and  facilitates intimacy. It  triggers healthy physical changes in the body by strengthening  our immune system, boosting energy, diminishing pain and stress.

“Your sense of humor is one of the most powerful tools you have to make certain that your daily mood and emotional state support good health.”

~ Paul E. McGhee, Ph.D.

Yep, laughter is a powerful antidote to stress, pain, and conflict.

 Humor lightens our burdens, inspires hope and keeps us in reality.

Laughter is free.

Laughter is powerful.

Laughter is contagious and addictive.



18 thoughts on “Laughter

  1. So true! I know with Mom, though sad the situation is, we laugh at some of the things she says and does. Somehow when we do, it does not seem so “sad.” Thanks for sharing and God Bless, SR


  2. I love the picture of the little one in the red looking at the “pig.” Now that is a face of trying to “take it all in!” 🙂 They are all three so precious! God Bless, SR


  3. I have found that laughter is one of my most valued gifts from my cats. Yes, cats. No matter how bad my day is, there is not one that goes by without the two of them making me laugh. I treasure that daily dose of ‘happy.’


  4. Babies and children responds when I laugh. It’s not rocket science that we are attracted to laughter. I like looking at the image of Laughing Jesus. I makes me smile all the time. Good one.


  5. Love these pictures, Melanie! Laughter is indeed good medicine for the soul. Thanks for the smiles!
    Also, I did my award post and linked back to you. I combined several awards in one long post so it’s a biggie lol! Thanks again for that nomination. 🙂


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