7 Responses to Devotion: A Cheerful Heart Is Good Medicine

  1. Ha, ha, ha! Amen, I agree humor is good for our souls. Others have commented on my good sense of humor. My husband married because I know how to be silly like a child. I grieve and cry over my losses but I also giggle and dance that God is God. One time I inadvertently caused the wife a dying patient to laugh deeply. She thanked me. I still don’t know what I did to make her laugh. All I know is that it was medicine we shared like the Woman’s Devotional Bible. Ha!

  2. Karlton: How good to know this “new normal” for you is developing your sense of humour.

    As a person who has stuggled with ADD pretty well all my life, without a proper diagnosis until a few years ago, and one who’s had a stroke, I can testify that laughing has been wonderful therapy for me. I’m so glad God has a wonderful sense of humour and I believe most, if not all, people can develop or re-activate this in their lives.

    I have shared before about my humour file – with funny stories and jokes in it. I just might get it out again as I haven’t checked it out for some time now. There are many good ways to bring humour into our arsenal of “medications” when we look for them.

    I’m so glad you brought this to our attention Karlton. Continue using the absurdities of your life to laugh. It’s powerful stuff.

  3. Thanks Mona and Beth! I appreciate the feedback!

  4. I love to laugh, Karlton. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks Daphne!

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  7. Thanks nun hot :-)

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