Linda Lancashire Psychic

A Sense Of Humour

Hello Readers,

 

‘Laughter is the best medicine’ is a popular saying with so many of us. If you could choose one characteristic that would get you through life, choose a sense of humour.  Laugher is a powerful antidote to stress, pain and conflict.  Nothing works faster or more dependably to bring the mind and body back into balance than a good laugh.  Humour lightens your burdens, inspires hope, connects you to others and keeps your grounded, focused and alert.  Laughter makes you feel good and the good feelings that you experience when you laugh remains with you even after the laughter subsides.  Sometimes crying and laughing are the only two options left and for me, laughing always feels so much better and if we couldn’t laugh, we would all go insane! 

 

In everyday life people suffer from a tremendous amount of stress and tension. Comedy has the power of changing a person’s moods.  It can take someone out of a dark and desperate place and make them feel so much better, if only for a short while.  Humour is one of the most crucial aspects of our everyday lives because it is often the tool we use to face some of the hardest times of our lives and appreciate some of the most outstanding achievements.  Some people believe that humour is the key to happiness and I think they have a very valid point.  Just think of all the people you enjoy spending your time with are usually the ones who make you feel happy, the joy givers of this life, rather than the joy drainers.  Humour can be suitable in any life situation and if your life is doomed with dark shadows looming overhead, humour is the best thing to give you a helping hand.  If we lack humour in our life, situations can soon begin to look a bit grim and hardships can become even more difficult to handle and stresses never seem to want to go and grief is also more problematic to overcome. 

 

A sense of humour can be a person’s greatest asset because this skill can help you interact and communicate easily with other people.  Being funny means being able to express humour with perhaps telling a funny story or joke.  Through humour you can soften some of the worst blows life delivers and once you find laughter, no matter how painful your situation might be, you can survive it.  A sense

 

Everyone has a sense of humour.  If you don’t laugh at jokes you probably laugh at opinions, but you will always laugh at something. A sense of humour defines people, as factions, deeper rooted than religious or political views.  Opinions are much easier to set aside, but those who share the same sense of humour become a person’s closest friends because they are the ones who make the biggest influence upon our lives.  Laugh at yourself by sharing your most embarrassing moment.  The best way to take yourself less seriously is to talk about the times when you took yourself too seriously.  Look for the humour in bad situations and uncover the irony and ridiculousness in life.  This will help both your mood and those around you to feel lighter and uplifted. 

 

Anyone without a sense of humour is at the mercy of everyone else because people possess a sense of humour have a better sense of life.

 

Until Next Week,

 

Love and Light,

 

Linda and The Lulas xxx

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