‘We were filled with laughter,
and we sang for joy.
And the other nations said,
“What amazing things the LORD has done for them.” (Psalm 126:2 NLT)
What can you do today to increase your laughter?
Laughter heals. It is a gift from The Almighty that comes as a medicine for the tough times – a strengthener for later. It leads to wholeness and a certain mending of the heart. Whatever brings healing laughter is sacred Dearheart. We tend to get stuck in gloom and doom goggles – lenses that need to be shattered away. When laughter helps without doing harm, when laughter lightens, realigns, reorders, reasserts strength and power – this is the laughter that heals. It severs us from anger, changes our habits of thinking, adds color to the dullest darkness. Laughter makes us better, more generous, more sensitive. Laughter is sacred. A gift from Father God.
Search it out. Make a note-to-self of the people and places that bring you to a doubled-over, hold your gut, roll in the floor, tears streaming down the cheeks kind of in control. Sometimes, we just need to go there.
(I must have been dreaming of my brother, Russell Fred Coon!!!! Tee, hee, hee! )