Does Laughter Inspire Change?

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What do you think?
#change #inspire #laughter
  • Profile picture of the author kebgolfer
    It most certainly can inspire change. Laughter is like a universal language. It almost always brings a smile to everyone's face. Laughter is also very healthy for you.

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  • Profile picture of the author webwriter
    Laughter is positive, that's for sure. After having a good laugh, I feel good and am ready to get back to work.
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  • Profile picture of the author jennypitts
    There is nothing better than a good laugh. With all the negative things that our world has been facing, there is nothing better than putting on a good comedy, and laughing for awhile. Once you do, your soul seems renewed and you will feel re-energized. I am not sure where it is, but I know there are some places where you can get laugh therapy...
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Laughter is also a great stress relief stategy. It definately is a merry medicine for the mind, body and soul!

      It's great fun as well, so Laugh ON!

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  • Profile picture of the author acms
    I definitely agree that laughter inspires change, and because of the inherently good nature of the activity the change is most always positive.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raygun
    I agree also. Laughing at ones self and the situation around you can help tremendously. It all comes down to attitude often and having the ability to always stay positive, even when times get tough.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrmoonlight
    Laughter can definitely cause a change in your attitude. When we feel great, we can do great things. That of course, assumes you are doing the laughing. The other side of laughter includes being laughed at. Being laughed at can also inspire change, maybe even more so. But, it can also stop us dead in our tracks if we let it.
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  • Profile picture of the author HugoG
    It depends what is change to you... If you are talking about generic change. DEFINITELY, laughter is not a major healer in life but also shifts the energy in your body.

    And lot only that but it also elevates your whole body vibration.

    So in a short answer. YES
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  • Profile picture of the author fusiongenesis
    Definitely! We are all aware of how many muscles we use in laughing than frowning right? Right from our physical change, it does really inspire change. How much more for the emotional changes in our lives?
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  • Profile picture of the author scortillion
    Originally Posted by acrasial View Post

    What do you think?
    laughing can turn your mood around and give you a fresh look at the challenges you are facing.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjarel
    Originally Posted by acrasial View Post

    What do you think?
    For me,it really works...
    Laughter produces endorphin which work as natural pain reliever. When a nerve impulse reaches the spinal cord, endorphins are released which prevent nerve cells from releasing more pain signals. Scientific research has reported that laughter lowers blood pressure, strengthens cardiovascular functions, reduces stress hormones, boosts immune system, and produces a general sense of well being and many more healthy benefits.
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  • Profile picture of the author grannywriteswell
    When I want to cry I laugh instead (where appropriate of course) and I have found it makes a huge difference to my perspective on a negative situation. And that is all a negative situation is, imho, my own perspective.

    So I laugh whenever I can - its good for you

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  • Profile picture of the author jushuaburnham
    When you laugh it means you're happy and everything is fine eventually you fell good and your mind is positive indeed then you can think better and plan well.
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