OUR UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

  1. laugh: verb
    gerund or present participle: laughing
    1. 1.
      make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of contempt or derision.
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      Laughing, one of the many things we do. We have many emotions, they can range from the darkest sadness to the happiest smile, but sometimes they blend into each other. For example being bi-polar causes you to be very happy or very sad. You also have depression, where you are very sad on the inside, but your very confused. Your depressed, but you, as well, can have joy. Now, aside from all the miss-matched emotions, you have LAUGHTER. It’s completely different; unlike any other. You can’t get this mixed up. It’s not happy, sad, scared, excited, mad, anxious, etc. It’s its very own.                                                                                           Laughter lightens any mood
                                                                             It causes you to smile                                                                                                                                    It’s even believed that a real laugh can even causes you to live longer
                                                    Laughter is one of the best ways to heal yourself from sadness
                                                                                WHY NOT LAUGH?
       I feel comedians have one of the best jobs ever. I mean whats better than making people feel better, loving your job, and hearing that what you said made a difference in someones life, Big Or Small. 
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             On a different note, have you ever traveled to a place where you had to sit with someone who didn’t speak your language? Well, even though you couldn’t communicate with them on a speaking level, perhaps trying to act out what your saying causes both of you to laugh. Neither one of you knows how to speak to each other, but you both understand the language of laugh. Laughing is one language that everyone knows, and nobody knows where it came from. All we know is that it’s the universal language and that we are happy to have it in our lives.
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      -Rachelle
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2 Responses to OUR UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

  1. ChemE says:

    I Borrowed your Sea Lion. (Seal?). I should know the difference 🙂
    Thanks!

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