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We are able to laugh when we achieve detachment, if only for a moment.
We don't laugh because we feel good; we feel good because we laugh.
I really love laughing.
We laugh a lot. That's for sure. Sure beats the alternative, doesn't it?
Life has a higher end, than to be amused.
Serious work gets done ... in congenial surroundings, which tend to make you laugh.
Inject laughter into tense situations to save the day; laughter calms tempers and soothes jangled nerves.
Laughter is the best medicine for a long and happy life. He who laughs lasts!
A good time for laughing is when you can.
Social laughter is momentary, soon burns itself out and passes away like the fire and smokes of straw, but genius shakes the very skies with its lasting, inextinguishable laughter.
Laughter is born out of the discovery of the contradictory.
Ellen laughs, as we've both made fun of those nauseating Facebook posts that use a religious concept to justify their thinly veiled bragging.
We're not laughing at you - we're laughing near you
That diversion of life towards mechanism is the real cause of laughter
It seems to me at this moment that laughing is a serious thing, that it connects us with truth and love and God.
He who laughs last laughs ... doesn't get it.
Things from real life are the things that get people laughing.
My lover asks me: "What is the difference between me and the sky?" The difference, my love, Is that when you laugh, I forget about the sky
He laughed hysterically.
Don't you know that I laugh because it is my last defense against tears?
Life is a vale of tears in which there are moments you just can't stop giggling.
He who laughs most, learns best
Can you restrain your laughter, my friends?
Can't you ever stop joking?"
"No, why should I? Laughter is one of the two things that make life worthwhile. Aren't you going to ask what the other one is?
each other and laughed.
When you laugh, you receive luck
There are things we cannot control about ourselves. One of these things is the degree to which we find something to be funny. It
Laughter heals, gives solace, and is life enhancing.
Those who laugh often never grow old.
Laughter is an important part of healthy living.
It's a mystery to me what makes people laugh.
I'm sad, but I'm laughing.
Many times what cannot be refuted by arguments can be parried by laughter.
Laughter is no enemy to learning
Laughter is the loaded latency given us by nature as part of our native equipment to break up the stalemates of our lives and urge us on to deeper and more complex forms of knowing.
Laughter takes the tyranny of the lies we are told and told and told and it blows them apart.
Laughter attracts joy, releases negativity, and leads to miraculous cures.
There is a time to laugh and a time not to laugh, and this is not one of them".
-- Inspector Clouseau
Time spent laughing is time well spent.
What are you laughing at?"
"The way you don't react as everybody else does nowadays.
If you aren't laughing, you aren't living!
Laughter is the valve on the pressure cooker of life. Either you laugh and suffer, or you got your beans or brains on the ceiling.
I dearly love a laugh.
Laughter makes the bitter swallowing of truth, for some, a little easier.
Incongruity is the mainspring of laughter.
About chocolate: This is what laughing tastes like.
Humor is a means of obtaining pleasure in spite of the distressing effects that interface with it.
What people don't understand, they laugh at.
What is so funny about us is precisely that we take ourselves too seriously. Laughter is the same and healthy response to the innocent foibles of men; and even to some which are not innocent.
Life is so funny sometimes that you just have to laugh.
Life deserves laughter, hence people laugh at it.
In the darkest of times, laughter helps revolutionize our perspective.
Never underestimate the power of a good laugh.
Sometimes I make myself laugh, but that's because I appreciate my sense of humor.
My son Jack once said to me, 'Dad, do you think people are laughing with you or at you?' And I said, 'I don't care as long as they're laughing.'
Silly giggles of laughter
I store upon a shelf
I give some to other
I save some for myself
I am rich beyond all measure
Though not with worldly wealth
I store up these treasures
For my heart and soulful health.
Laughter brings out the child in all of us.
Shared laughter creates a bond of friendship.
Perhaps the greatest magic of the human spirit is the ability to laugh, at ourselves, at each other, and at our sometimes hopeless situation. Laughter normalized our lives
Humor makes our heavy burdens light and smoothes the rough spots in our pathways.
I like laughter around me.
Laughter helps things slide into the thinking.
Laughter is to life what shock absorbers are to automobiles. It won't take the potholes out of the road, but it sure makes the ride smoother
Laughter is the language of the soul.
A day without laughter is like living in darkness; you try to find your way around, but you can't see clearly.
He who laughs last laughs the laughiest.
He is not always at ease who laughs.
Sometimes laughin' is all a body can do, child. It's laugh or lose your mind.
I laugh at my heart, and do its will.
Laughing is good. so long as you are not insulting anyone.
People may ask "why do you laugh at simple things?" Tell them that why don't you? Life is too short to make it so miserable.
Laughing at our mistakes can lengthen our own life. Laughing at someone else's can shorten it.
We both laugh. And it feels good. A release. Like laughing at a funeral. Maybe inappropriate, but definitely needed.
...giggling disconnected from humor.
Have a little fun. A few laughs.
Is there anything more enlightened, more intelligent, more intellectual than laughter?
I've found out why people laugh. They laugh because it hurts so much ... because it's the only thing that'll make it stop hurting.
I laugh for sheer medicinal purposes; because I feel I might die otherwise.
Laugh now, cry later.
I just like to make people laugh.
...methinks the older that one grows,
Inclines us more to laugh the scold, though laughter
Leaves us so doubly serious shortly after.
Laughing makes everything easier.
Laughter not only makes the journey endurable and even enjoyable, it also helps keep us healthy ... Be like a child: learn to laugh more!
Laughter can relieve tension, soothe the pain of disappointment, and strengthen the spirit for the formidable tasks that always lie ahead.
Because sometimes, laughter is what you need
We laugh, that we may not cry.
A human being should beware how he laughs, for then he shows all his faults.
Laughter comes from living.
Laughter lifts our spirits, surprises and sometime shocks our expectations, allows us to cross boundaries, reorders our priorities, and gives us access to ideas and associations we rarely ever thought to have.
Laughter distances us from that which is ugly and therefore potentially distressing, and indeed enables us to obtain paradoxical pleasure and therapeutic benefit from it.
Look on the bright side ... " David said.
I waited. Then he roared with laughter.
"I can't think of anything."
But hey - what's life (and relationships) without laughter?
Precious laughing time is wasted, because I have to put up with Satan's stupid minions who smile without attempting to anger somebody else - leave us alone already.
Laughter brightens the eye, increases the perspiration, expands the chest, forces the poisoned air from the least-used cells, and tends to restore that exquisite poise or balance which we call health.
Laughing at our friends, we avenge the disappointment they have caused.
Humor simultaneously wounds and heals, indicts and pardons, diminishes and enlarges; it constitutes inner growth at the expense of outer gain, and those who possess and honestly practice it make themselves more through a willingness to make themselves less.
He who laughs has not yet heard the bad news.
Laughter rises out of tragedy when you need it the most, and rewards you for your courage.
If I didn't laugh, absurdity would get the best of me.
Life has a sense of humour; it hides its best treasures in unexpected places.