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gigantes 9 year s ago
i understand it's a beneficial thing, but i'm not sure it needs to be heavily pursued. a balanced life will generally produce plenty of healing laughter. a lot of that will arise from peace of mind... which will spontaneously find plenty of things amusing and laugh-worthy.

a culture full of empty laughter is not necessarily a good thing, i suspect.
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
I guess I'm a regular God since I post hilarious comments here almost everyday. You can all thank me and send me money...

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Laughter eases and relaxes muscle tension

Laughing has the ability to ease tension by relaxing the muscles throughout the body, particularly the muscles of the face, neck, shoulder and abdomen. When laughter is uncontrolled, this creates a convulsive reaction that helps loosen muscular tension and mobilize breathing.

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