But you can’t please others all the time – that is a very heavy burden and those who try have to give up their own joy. Don’t laugh in class, don’t laugh when someone slips and falls, don’t laugh at your aunt’s quirkiness. Don’t, don’t, don’t…it takes all the fun out of living until eventually we forget to let loose enough to laugh – let loose enough not to care what anyone else thinks of our silly antics and our laughter.
When you see someone having fun, appreciate their fun and the joy they are feeling – especially when you see children laughing appreciate how they are milking the fun that life is giving them in that moment – because they are happy and you want to be happy too.
We tend to take life much more seriously than it is meant to be, and when we do so everything becomes a burden and the fun of living goes out the door. We want to leave the door open to let that joy back in. It starts with giving yourself permission to smile more and laugh more and allow yourself to have fun. Go get a balloon to play with, or have a pillow fight or blow bubbles from a roof top, and just allow yourself to enjoy being in the moment – allowing yourself to feel the joy and express it fully. Start remembering what pure unconditional joy feels like. Life is supposed to feel good. Living is supposed to be fun.
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