Monday, November 9, 2009

I live to laugh and laugh to live (Milton Berle, 1908 ~ 2002)

Learning to laugh again is a skill after any traumatic incident is difficult. The comfort exists in the knowledge that after you get yourself back on track, once you can do it, you can regain balance as many times as necessary for the rest of your life.

Thanks to a group of supportive, female colleagues I am able to laugh again.
Don't suffer alone in silence. Share what is bothering you with people who can help you make constructive decision; don't allow yourself to be dragged down to suffer alone.

Sacred scripture says "A cheerful disposition is good for your health; gloom and doom leave you bone-tired." (Proverbs 17:22, )

but what do you do if you don't have a merry heart or cheerful disposition?

The answer is LAUGH. After all, as William James (1842 ~ 1910) said, "We don't laugh because we're happy -- we're happy because we laugh."

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