I can relate to this quote, and know it 's true because when you laugh your body reacts in a positive way. Sometimes get angry and my head starts to hurt, but when something funny happens and I laugh, my headache then goes away. Laughter also affects you because if one day something very embarrassing to you, you can about it, but if you laugh at your mistakes then you wont feel that bad. I can perfectly relate to this because I used to care a lot about what I did, and as the years passed I started to laugh at my mistakes.
Lundberg states that positive humor is nurturing and makes everyone feel good. According to Goodman (1992), "Laughing with others builds confidence, brings people together, and pokes fun at our common dilemmas. Humor is laughter made from pain, not pain inflicted by laughter." In a study conducted by Keltner and Bonanno (1997), it was asserted that bereaved persons when engage in humor become more involved in their ongoing experiences and less dedicated to reminiscence and involvement with their past. This involvement enhances the likelihood that they will engage in their social groups once again, and will protect them from the negative experiences of their stressful lives.
I love feeling good inside like someone just lit a light inside me, making me glow with joy. It makes me want to do more to get that feeling. So like doing my chores and routines and getting praise. Now I can just imagine what it could do if I went around making people feel important. I would have no trouble at all.
Chris, dumb genious, happily depressed, or wisely naive whatever you view him to be he was loved by all without waver. Chris made an impact in everyone's lives he touched. Whether that be from his knowledge and being able to connect with them, his happiness and joy for life that drew others in, or his childlike standpoint on some subjects that made people want to step in as a mother hen he had many attributes that made others attach to him so quickly. Chris was a huge part of everyone's lives that he
The Ellen Show has affected my life in positive ways such as it is able to make me laugh, making me want to be a better person, and bringing me joy. Ellen is a very humorous person so the things she does never fail to make me laugh. She is always spreading her kindness to others. As a result, all the nice things she does makes me want to be a better person. Also, she is always bringing me joy and happiness because of all the nice things she does.
He spoke of his past experiences and was upbeat and humorous during the presentation. He gained his audience’s attention in the best way possible i.e. by relieving stress. He opened with a joke about the title of the lecture series and later did a series of pushups. This technique was effective as it diverted his audience’s attention from his illness to the gist of his talk.
I usually see myself doing it. I also think that I am a generally funny person because I usually laugh every day and that goes for other people around me. I just make my friends laugh to have a good time. I also think that I am loving because I feel no hate fo anyone off the bat if I don’t know them and I also think hate is a strong word so to really use the word hate you just have to
If they didn’t play the game, then he would start describing the basics of the game and how it worked. Asher is very humorous, and he excels at making everyone laugh. He is very practiced at causes chuckles, and can always be counted on to get everyone to start giggling. It is not necessarily that he knows a lot of jokes, which he does, but it is more the fact that he can turn everyday events into something to laugh at. Much of his humor is not that complex, but it can still crack you up.
He has taught me to love without ending, laugh without fear, and he makes me want to be a better person. I want to make a difference in this world so when it is time for him to go out into it, maybe it will be safer and won 't take away his imagination and everything he has now that makes everyone who meets him, love him. Michael loves to climb and play. He is always on something bouncing around or hanging upside down like a monkey. My heart warms when I see his smile or when he hugs me a huge hug.
I was happy and confident on the court and my team members kept giving me shout outs. Overall, it was a very pleasurable experience. In conclusion, I believe that philanthropy and fun are both very enjoyable activities to do. When I do them, my brain releases a lot of dopamine, which makes me content. Nevertheless, in philanthropy, even though it did not give me the confidence and arrogance to conquer to world like tennis did, felt overall more pleasurable than tennis.