Misbah has written an excellent article in response to Brenda's prompt. The science behind laughter and how the limbic system comes into play is very enlightening. I also loved the jokes in the end. Thanks for sharing. The link is as below.
https://hubpages.com/literature/33-Joke … -and-Smile
This was a very interesting article by Misbah, on the effects of laughter on our bodies and mind. The jokes made me laugh too.
Thanks for sharing, Ravi.
Thank you so much for sharing my article and for your kind words, Ravi. Your kindness is much appreciated.
Take care and have a great time.
Blessings to you!
This was an intriguing article full of knowledge about the concept of laughter and several jokes to make us smile and be happy. I loved the fun jokes, Misbah. Wishing you all the best to give us the mojo of the day.
Thanks, Ravi, for sharing her work.
This is a wonderful response to Brenda's prompt. This is good information about happiness. I enjoyed reading everything, and the jokes were funny! Thanks for sharing it.
Much love and many blessings for you Misbah.
Thanks for posting Misbah's article, Ravi.
Excellent response to the word prompt, Happy.
You have very well explained the science behind laughter and happiness. Your jokes certainly made me smile and I had not heard them before.
Keep spreading happiness and joy. My best wishes to you.
Thank you Raviji for sharing this in the forum.
Thanks for your article on Happy.
Sorry about my delay in responding.
Your article, "The Science of Laughter and 10 Jokes to Make You Smile and Happy" is very enlightening.
I must agree that laughter is beneficial to our health.
It's the best drug that I know & it costs nothing.
You tell us Laughter brightens our mood & relieves stress.
I didn't realize there was a Science behind it. That the left & right side of our brains had so much function.
I'm going to have to start counting the number of times i laugh per day...perhaps I need more.
The details you include are quite interesting.
Great quote by Carolyn Birmingham & nice video.
Thanks for those jokes.
I think i really like the first one best.
It's great to smile and laugh...thank you.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
Dear Bredz, thank you so much for reading and for your lovely comment. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
It's a good idea to keep track of how many times you laugh in a day. We certainly need to laugh more and cry less; being happy and making others happy is a wonderful way to live, but in this universe there also exist something we call 'Balance.' Every good/positive thing we do or have, I believe, has an equal share of its opposite as well like we laugh and cry, we live and die, and... the list goes on and on!
Take care and have a fabulous weekend
Blessings and love as always!
That's a great thought...everything balances out together.
I'm going to make sure I laugh each day...
At least I have these kittys here and they're like a constant cartoon.
Have a great day
Ha ha. What about petting a mouse? It'd be like the Tom and Jerry show.
Lol! The kids got this covered.
Buddy was playing with one awhile back. Batting it back & forth on his blanket on the floor...i thought it was his toy mouse..until it moved by itself
Laughter indeed is an essential element of our daily life. A very interesting article, Misbah! And I enjoyed reading the jokes. Thank you for sharing this Ravi.
Thank you for sharing Ravi. Nice to meet you! Hello Misbah, I enjoyed reading the science behind laughter and the jokes at the end. Thanks!
I haven't been feeling well, but I am keeping the tv tuned to a few laughs.
I love comedians...stand up comics seem to have several channels.
Thanks for reminding me about laughter...at least 17 times a day
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