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February 1, 2012 at 9:02 am - Reply
Making them laugh
February 1, 2012 at 10:21 am - Reply
Ah, that’s always a wonderful way to have a positive impact. I love doing laughing meditation with groups of people… laughing “for no reason” for at least one minute. SO fun! Thank you for shining your light Priscilla!
February 2, 2012 at 3:59 am - Reply
I’m not sure if I do this consciously or subconsciously, but I can’t help from making the people I encounter, from either smiling or laughing. Even driving in my car, if I happen to lock eyes with someone, I always give them a smile. I make sure I hold doors open, for both female and males, and I’m be very courteous to all drivers. In general, I never want to give out any negative energy. My own worst enemy is, I can’t say no to anyone who asks for my help. I’m house bound about 95% of the time, due to a chronic pain condition, but that doesn’t stop me from doing anything I can to make sure that my problem never interferes with anybody’s happiness. I wish I could impact more lives than I do, so I guess that’s why I make sure to leave all people who cross my path, feeling better than they did before they met me.
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