Tag: Self-care

LAUGHTER IS SINLESS

If you were asked to stay with someone in a closed house for weeks and throughout, not a laugh nor a smile escapes from the person’s mouth, how would you feel? Joyous? Sad? Angry? Frustrated?. Now, let’s have another scenario. Assuming you were asked to stay with someone in a closed building for weeks and throughout, the person puts on smiles and laugh often, how would you feel?When we were kids, laughter emanated often from us. We smiled at little things and laughed for no reason but as we grew older, challenges began to weigh us down forgetting that Laughter...

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