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LAUGH TO KEEP FROM CRYING!
Comedy is often the sarcastic realization of inescapable tragedy. Brian H. McGill
It’s a good thing most have Comedy in their lives, even in dire circumstances we have to laugh as well as cry.
With all the drama, greed, lust, power, vanity, including the things I cannot name, it seems as if we are in a constant state of War while believing The sun will come out tomorrow. So, in my opinion, it’s a good thing most have a sense of humor.
Peoples just don’t understand the importance of the Art of Comedy, but there is good news, all that want to laugh can, whether we understand it or not compared to The Art of War, where there is no laughter and only the dead have seen peace.
With that being said, laughter is the one thing we all share, no matter what we are going through laughter has the power to heal all wounds, coupled with its contagious.
Did you know life, love, and happiness usually ends up as beautiful smiles and joyful laughter when we apply it to our everyday lives, not to mention smiles make a lot of friends?
Many authors have said; Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor. It seems to me as if the best way to make life a dream is to Kill the opposition with success then bury them with a smile.
While you’re laughing know this, a different approach is needed when it comes to the games played by fools to wipe that smile off of our face. I don’t let the Haters wipe anything off my face by smiling even brighter, hoping it will send a message to the haters that I am the one who’s in control of my happiness.
I think a heads-up is needed right now; did you know it’s not in our best interest to think only a smile is needed when it comes to haters because it has also been said The greatest fools are often more clever than the men who laugh at them. George R.R. Martin.
I agree with George’s opinion, I would just like to add my own; The greatest fools I know are the young, and am constantly laughing at the fact that they think old people are fools–only to find out the old people know the real fools are the young who think their not. This will be proven if the young live long enough to find themselves in the very same position the elderly are in now.
I wonder how will they feel knowing they are not as valued as they should be, because of the knowledge they hold? I’ll answer that, they won’t feel a thing. I suspect they will be laughing the same way the elderly are now, coupled with a big old headache trying to get the young to understand anything, and that ain’t funny.
I started with a Number Two Pencil; I can share from there and someone should take advantage of it simply because it’s not a Laughing Matter.
FYI; In support of the elderly, the youth may know the rules, but the elderly know the exceptions, plus old people know the things that can screw up the best of lives. Hint; living life the way you think it’s supposed to be by sticking with a failed plan, and all the while wondering where is your joy. That type of thinking is laughable to me, as well as sad.
Do something about that deadpan face because a simple smile or a small chuckle open doors to a joyful heart and awaken our mind to compassion, coupled with laughter; the Universal language for kindness? I believe that and am loving the fact that the best part of expressing our joy through our faces is, The smile is the vainest thing you can do without it costing you anything?
From experience, I have learned The one who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger, and like George R. Martin once wrote, The living should smile, for the dead cannot. Even Minnie Mouse chimed in and said, Smile, and let the world wonder why. In others words, Life is beautiful, most of the time, but when it’s not we still have to smile through the BS.
So just put a smile on your face and get over it. Laughter will always be the best medicine, silence will always be the best revenge, and love will always be all you need.
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