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The best medicine

Developing a greater trait

One of the greatest traits to develop in life, which serves you in any aspect, is laughter, being able to find the positive, even the silly in life. Seeing your own troubles and challenges in life, even your painful past, with a little optimistic sense while you put effort in smiling is of the brave and intelligent.

Help them feel safer

Relationships, especially, require a positive outlook and a calmer mind from you. When problems arise, or when something is argued, the mind must remain calm and get rid of the chaos and anxiety to see a better way, a positive way. Besides, when your partner, or the people around you, sees you more calm, with a comical disposition, then they feel safer around you.

Developing inner strength

Every tension in our bodies is a slow killer, it makes us worry and fall ill, which is why it’s said that laughter is the best medicine. It really is. To be able to allow insults, frustration, anger, contradicting beliefs, to just wash over us. It is about inner strength, and about developing that inner strength further; and for this we must let go of any tension and drama.


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Behind difficult moments.




When we attach to beliefs and certain philosophies, we are being too serious; and thus anyone can come and attack us and bother us.  When we become to rigid and strict on our lifestyle, we might damage relationships by asking the same level from our partner; and thus ruin connection with people.

All this and more is being too into our own ego, too strict, too serious in life; and so, when this happens our minds become intolerant, easily insulted, extremely proud and insensitive.

If we become too proud and insensitive then we fall into negativity, tyranny, and a dark abyss in our subconscious; however, we might not see it happening in ourselves, as our personalities become blinded by this strict and serious poison affecting our minds while we lower self-awareness.

Life can have its ups and downs, your mind might make life difficult, and you might drown in a glass of water, emotionally speaking that is; and so, that is why your mind must be harmonious, peaceful, ready to take things lightly and laugh at the challenges you meet.

And, especially in relationships, you must be flexible, understanding, tolerant, loving, accepting of the other; hence, you must laugh and see the good side of situations and people, be positive and dare see the beauty behind your life, your situations, and behind difficult moments.




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Laugh a little.

For today I thought some funny photos or memes, something to ease the burden we might carry in life.  Because, I was thinking, life is better if seen through the eyes of laughter, for life is not a burden or crippling pain, and life is definitely not depressive; however, I know this still happens because the mind makes it appear so.  The mind then must be trained to see the positive in situations otherwise overwhelming, and through a smile, a joke, or through some laughter we may raise ourselves above all pointless frustration and all suffering.

So don’t think too much, just enjoy them without judging them.  Hope you like these…



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The bright one.

“Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.”  ~ Mother Teresa.

“Lighten up, just enjoy life, smile more, laugh more, and don’t get so worked up about things.”  ~ Kenneth Branagh; Irish actor, director, producer, and screenwriter.

Scientists at the University of Cardiff in Wales say, “It would appear that the way we feel emotions isn’t just restricted to our brain–there are parts of our bodies that help and reinforce the feelings we’re having,” says Michael Lewis, a co-author of the study. “It’s like a feedback loop.”

When you smile then certain muscles trigger a chain reaction of other tiny muscles and chemicals throughout your body, they have great effect on the way you feel; thus, the way you feel makes you see life differently–i.e., if you feel sad, life is sad; if you feel happy, life is happy.

You create your own reality, you mold your perceptions, thus your behaviors, your opportunities.

Seems rather simple and unimportant sometimes, but the act of smiling is the most important expression of our soul.  See, the soul, or our spiritual essence, is always trying to free itself from the bondage of human negativity or from the stressful ego; so, the soul is always looking for positive intentions, thought, actions to be manifested by our humanity which can embrace the purity of the soul, which is love and inner beauty.

But, quite often, the soul gets buried and stifled by and under ignorant and misguided thoughts and actions.

A simple smile then lights up the world because it changes the way we feel and thus experience events in the world. An honest smile also communicates trust and connection to the ones around us.

Remind yourself that to experience happiness and success in what you desire and do in life, you must start by taking little steps, and you begin by smiling every day even if things do not go as planned.

Smiling will remind you that you need to be brave enough to remain positive even in the not so pleasant situations.



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