Stuart Wilde February 25 2013
Laughter is a form of love and a very powerful medicine.
We find reasons to laugh many times a day. Sometimes I tell my friends funny stories and soon the whole room is filled with the warmth of the fire and the shimmer of shared laughter.
Or, I crack a joke with the barman at the local Dog & Duck, we chuckle and make a circle of light with our feelings which others are drawn into. And lilting laughter brightens the eyes of the curly haired lady in the chemist with the good soul, as I pretend to write myself a prescription for some good stuff with my finger on the counter. We share a jolly moment and she passes the warmth onto the next person that enters with her jovial banter that breathes life force into their being.