The next time you are sick and need to go to the doctor, try this miracle pill. Although it is not yet approved by the FDA and not covered by insurance, it is still an amazing drug.
This miracle drug:
- Releases endorphins in your body which are natural pain killers, they also boost your bodies’ natural immune system
- Improves your blood circulation by naturally elevating your heart rate and blood pressure, which in turn, help to stimulate your heart and lungs
- Improves oxygen flow into the bloodstream causing an natural increase in energy, mental clarity, and focus
- And while you’re on it, it burns 78 times more calories than when you’re sitting at your normal resting heart rate
So, how much would you pay for an over the counter drug that provides all of that? Well, good news, it is FREE! Yes, FREE!
And NO, I’m not talking about exercise!
You know the old saying, “Laughter is the best medicine?” Literally, it is! The magic pill is laughter.
If you want to break the ice at work, learn a new joke. If you want to bring the family together, watch America’s Funniest Home Videos together. If you need to impress that special someone, nothing makes a date better than sharing a good laugh. If you want to increase the quality of your life, especially in these times, lighten up and laugh more.
Just to illustrate my point, when was the last time you had a really hard belly laugh? Can you even remember? Finding, telling, and mastering the art of telling good, honest, clean jokes can be learned by anyone! You will naturally become the hit of the party, improve your relationships and attract people to you while having FUN doing it!
“By the way, did you see the church bulletin last week? It read, “Bertha Belch, a missionary from Africa will be speaking tonight at Memorial Church. Come tonight and hear Berth Belch all the way from Africa.”
“A student was asked if he knew what Roe vs. Wade was all about. He answered that he thought it was the decision George Washington had to make when he decided to cross the Delaware.”
~Jokes taken from “Healing through Humor,” by Charles Francis Hunter
Do you have some favorite jokes you’d like to share? Post them below, we want to hear them!