Food For Thought Friday

💡 Who are you becoming?

💡 Indecision is a decision.

💡 The right time is now. Do it now!

💡 Resist the temptation to make excuses.

💡 Sometimes it’s ok to say nothing.

💡 The truth is often uncomfortable.

💡 Ask for advice versus an opinion. One creates a partnership, the other produces a critic.

💡 Help someone who can’t help you back.

💡 Overthinking is a problem. Failure to think is doom. Exercise balance.

💡 Remember, active minds have constraints.

Food For Thought Friday

💡 There’s more to discover beneath the surface. Dig deeper.

💡 You need people who can tell you what you don’t want to hear.

💡 Be the best version of your authentic self.

💡 The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are, not someone else.

💡 Avoiding reality is to your detriment.

💡 If you have life, you have purpose.

💡 How do you know it’s working?

💡 Discover the genius hibernating in your brain.

💡 Imagination unleashed goes beyond the limitations of the past.

💡 Quiet, calm deliberation disentangles every knot.

Laughter

Laughter is a natural adrenaline rush. It increases our energy and generally lifts the spirits of all involved.

We often hear that laughter is the best medicine, but can it be prescribed to anyone?

Although most drugs affect people differently, laughter remains the same. It provides many benefits, from strengthening our immune systems to bringing joy into our lives.

Having a sense of humor will turn a lot of dull moments into memorable ones. That’s one of the reasons we are attracted to funny people.

Humor goes beyond telling jokes. It’s how we view the world.

Situations don’t generate our stress. The meaning we place on them causes stress.

Have you ever wondered how some people can laugh in the face of danger and adversity?

Laughter fuels personal empowerment and provides a sense of control.

Laughter and humor are a release, an expression, a new perspective, and a reminder that life isn’t that bad.

To quote Mark Twain, “The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.”