Quote of the day: Laughter

We are able to laugh when we achieve detach­ment, if only for a moment.”
May Sar­ton

I do at least a dozen sil­ly things every day, thanks in part to fibro fog. The soon­er I let go of my anger and frus­tra­tion and laugh at myself, the soon­er my stress lev­els go back down, allow­ing me to think more clear­ly again.

December 5, 2006 · cyn · 5 Comments
Posted in: Quotations, Relaxation

5 Responses

  1. Victoria - December 6, 2006

    I do so many sil­ly things that my daugh­ter and I joke about me being ‘bro­ken’. But it’s done in a fun and lov­ing way, because she under­stands why I am this way. Then we laugh and move on, until I do some­thing else sil­ly. 😉

  2. oc@oc.com - June 4, 2007

    Laugh­ter is very good. It induces you into a state of trance. This is very very sub­lim­i­nal. I real­ly agree with what Vic­to­ria sad. She’s the one.

  3. Andrea - September 3, 2007

    In the past I had a seri­ous prob­lem and I had to try a nar­conon drug rehab. There I’ve learned lots of good things that I use in this day too. The most impor­tant thing is to real­ize that life is won­der­ful and we have to live it no mat­ter what.

  4. sabina.buruiana@gmail.com - September 26, 2007

    Laugh­ing is a good rem­e­dy that is real­ly required if you want to get rid of that dai­ly stress. Just my opin­ion.

  5. alin360@gmail.com - November 5, 2007

    The human race has one real­ly effec­tive weapon, and that is laugh­ter” — Mark Twain.