The Song of Laughter

I launched my fundraising attempt on KICKSTARTER for the web series I wrote and am currently in pre production for.  If you feel inclined, check it out (click on the link), contribute some money, and pass it along.  Why?

Because once the web series is shot, it will make you laugh, and laughter is a good thing.

In yoga class a few weeks back, the teacher mentioned the power of music.  If you’re in a bad mood, music can bring you back to a happy place, and if you are heart broken, music can help heighten those dramatic floor-crying moments.  Music has the power to shift the mentality of those listening, heighten the present moment, or launch you into a totally different space.

With that said, what music are you playing?  I’m NOT talking about the music you listen to on your IPOD.  I’m talking about the music your SELF plays.  If you have no idea what I’m talking about, look around.  Look at your friends, look at the people you hang around, look at the activities you find yourself participating in.  Observe the people around you, and the effect you have upon them (AND the effect they have upon YOU).  You’ll find a pretty good indication of the tune your soul sings.

Are you in tune with happiness? Do you laugh a lot and pass the laughter along?  Check out this article about the benefits of laughter.

Yes, I’m plugging my web series.  But I’m also making a point.  Surround yourself with those who make you smile and laugh and sing the type of songs you’d like to sing along to.  Surround yourself with those who support you and encourage you to pursue your dream (thank you Kate and Cristal for all your support).  Find those who sing the tune you want to dance to, otherwise you’ll find yourself constantly out of tune.

Live your life with happiness and laughter.  You’ll create a song worth listening all the way through.

Wise words from Mr. Charles Parker Newton: “Live Your life:”

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