1. Hello Shalilah,
      Yes, I recall reading somewhere that laughter triggers the release of some chemicals in our body; reduces stress and improves healing.
      Interesting, nature’s ready antidotes for some of our ills.

      Body’s defences
      Search within for ready cures
      Magic of nature

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

  1. It is impossible to be angry and laugh the same time, and difficult to find things funny in the heat of anger.

    next time try laughing
    when you feel more like killing
    can’t do both at once

    1. Good one, Sarah
      It’ll work I reckon unless we encounter a laughing killer such as the Joker.
      Thank you for your spontaneous haiku πŸ™‚

      Chainsaw fires up
      Screams lost in raspy throttle
      Trees fall one by one

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

  2. I love belly laughs most of all! I remember a monthly column in the Readers Digest when I first began to read magazines that was titled “Laughter is the Best Medicine”. It stuck with me.

    1. Hello Ina,
      Yes, I grew up on β€œLaughter the best medicine” too, and usually turned to that page before reading the rest of the book-sized magazine.
      Thank you for triggering the happy memories,

      God’s sense of humour
      Clowns created for his fun
      Puppetry of life

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

  3. If you want to remain young and vibrant, laughter certainly helps with the facial muscles. Frowning and anger just cause too much unwanted wrinkles.

    1. Hello Windy dear,
      Very true – and medically proven too, I believe. Laugh lines etch a happy face. Frown lines deflects people.
      Luv and hugz,

      Frown lines make one old
      Do not age before your time
      Laugh and remain young

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

    1. Hello Lauren,
      Laughter is the best – and readily available without prescription too.
      Glad to have given a good start to the week. Trust it has been great all week through, dear friend.
      Cheers! πŸ™‚

      Happy starts welcomed
      Some say start bad to end well
      Good starts can end well

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

    1. Now, that is definitely right, Ian
      Some laughter can be threatening. And the tone and magnitude reveals situation and character.
      Thank you and have a great week ahead,

      Sound on a spectrum
      Instills joy, also threatens
      Light noise, dark danger

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

    1. LOL! Yes, good one πŸ™‚

      A gap is funny
      “Impossible” – a dead end
      Seek the gap – slip through πŸ™‚

      Haiku: Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018

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