Discouragement | Healing | Humor | Joy

Have you had a good laugh lately? Dr. Fry calls laughter, “a stationary jogging — there is hardly a system in the body a hearty laugh doesn’t stimulate.” A few years ago, Norman Cousins, famous editor of Saturday Review, actually cured himself of a deadly form of spinal arthritis using massive doses of vitamin C — and a tremendous amount of laughter every day. More than 60 years ago, the world famous physical culturist, Bernard MacFadden, wrote about laughter as a form of exercise. He and his followers derived so much benefit from laughter as an exercise that he called it his “Laugh Cure.” Charles Davis, First Assembly of God, Grand Prairie, Texas.

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