Crank Up The Volume

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Laughter is wine for the soul – laugh soft, or loud and deep, tinged through with seriousness.

Comedy and tragedy step through life together, arm in arm…

Once we can laugh, we can live.

~ Sean O’Casey

It was with the sad news that most of us woke up this morning to the news that actor and comedian, Robin Williams, was dead.

But even in death there are so many lessons one can take.

With thousands of tributes pouring in, Robin Williams’ life is proof that you can change the world by simply making others laugh and smile.

It is such a beautiful reminder to us all to be kind to everyone we meet for we do not know what another is going through.

Laughter helps lighten our load on the journey through life.

It bonds us to others and deepens us as human beings.

To find the courage to laugh at ourselves in all our frailty is a blessing

That ensures we do not become bitter and twisted.

Laughter is the divine effervescing!

Charlie Chaplin once said, to truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain, and play with it. I think that is pure testament to what Robin Williams was able to do. Despite battling his own demons, he played and make the world laugh.

So laugh and spread some sunshine today

For it will be dark soon enough.

~ Happy ChooseDay Everyone ~

~ RIP Robbin Williams, thanks for the laughs. May you finally find peace ~

(July 21, 1951 – August 11, 2014)

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. paranoiasnfm
    Dec 26, 2014 @ 20:11:10

    Perfect! <3

    Reply

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