Those Who Laugh Last

“A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person’s strength.” -Ancient Proverb

This entry will be to the point. Laugh more, live stronger. There you go. You want something that will help you weather the storms of life? Then you need to develop a cheerful disposition. It’s okay to laugh and have a little fun. Even if you aren’t the life of the party, it certainly can’t hurt to smile more, but most important of all is developing a cheerful heart, a deep, inner, and abiding sense of joy that can’t easily be taken away even when things get tough. You see,Laughter can conceal a heavy heart, but when the laughter ends, the grief remains (Ancient Proverb). There are a lot of things in life that will seek to break your spirit, things that have the potential to wound you to the core. Even though these things may not kill you, they can and will take your strength if you allow it. The best defense is to walk in joy. You’ve heard it said, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” but I would like to suggest a much better prescription that won’t even cost you the price of an apple. “A daily dose of  joy is good for your health.”

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