It’s been a crazy few weeks. Maybe for you too? I know I’m ready for a good dose of joy to lighten my day.
So I dug up a few minutes of laughter to share with you.
This clip ties into your legacy … and why kids need to know cursive.
I know. Really? Cursive writing? Not what you normally think about when we’re talking about a legacy.
But Jeanne Robertson delivers it royally.
Now … don’t you feel better?
At least your bones should …
… because “A merry heart does good, like medicine, but a broken spirit dries the bones” (Proverbs 17:22).
[bctt tweet=”Laughter’s good for your body and soul. Especially when your spirit is as dry as dust.”]
There’s something that happens when you experience laughter and joy. Deep inside a warmth begins to spread over the tired areas of your soul … the hurting regions … the dry spots.
Your body reflects that change.
The movie, Patch Adams, reflects this. It’s the story of a medical student who treats patients via humor. The movie brought a new perspective to the healing community, though its wisdom was always there … hidden in Proverbs 17:22.
Will your legacy reflect a merry heart? Maybe that’s a work in progress for you, but it’s a healthy pursuit.
Your turn: Tell me about the one thing that always makes you laugh.
Giggling along with you,