As you know by now, we’ve discontinued our Spirit’s Friday Frolics because of an apparent lack of interest. However, we decided to do what you might call a “parting shot” — a last funny video sent to me by a dear friend. Thank you, Eoin!
I find it rather interesting we should be publishing this blog post about laughter on Friday the 13th — which, for superstitious people, is a day of “bad luck.”
As one of the folks commenting on the video said, “Laughter is a good medication for worries, sadness and depression….Laughter is ultimate teaching. Everybody understands it.”
You can probably guess there’s a lot of laughing in this video, and it’s contagious. Just stay with it — it’s only about 7 minutes long. I think you’ll be glad you did. It will be good for you.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. It’s called Laughing Buddha.
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