Laugh all along !


If you  talk to me on phone or in person, you will agree and appreciate my sense of humor. I can find humor in everything, but I never mock people down. I can easily laugh at myself and others can join me too, I don't get offended that easily, but if I do then god save you  :)

Last night I was entering a crowded restaurant, at the entrance I was admiring the beautiful ambience and failed to notice the shiny marble floor until I just slipped and fell! ( fell very slowly it was as if I just slid and sat on the floor)

Few strangers who were busy eating, just looked at me not knowing how to react  and so did the people walking right behind me. I gracefully got up and smiled and said "I am fine " and I laughed at myself.

To truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain, and play with it!
 ~   Charlie Chaplin.

I can laugh when  in pain. Sometimes I think it is a defense mechanism from childhood, where you're in so much pain you have to laugh it out. It is a survival mechanism. What other option do we  have? 
Life is short. We have to be able to laugh at our pain or we can never move on. It's easy to be sad and upset about situations which are not working in our favor. But do we really want to?

My focus is to forget the pain of life. Forget the pain, mock the pain, reduce it, just fight it out !
 Laugh out loud, without being labelled as 'crazy'.

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Sometimes you almost have to laugh to keep from crying to deal with the pain. I will admit there are times when I easily become Lachrymose, means shedding tears, crying or weeping.I have cried and still do cry continuously, loudly feeling all low as if its the end of the world. But then once its over, its out of the system.


I would never preach or talk about anything I have not experienced or I don't practice, I would never say my troubles are more/less compared to yours but I can say If you want to sulk, Why not in an entertaining way ;)



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34 comments:

  1. I tend to laugh inappropriately. Like when Mr. Sexy is REALLY mad. Or when I would get in trouble as a tween. It's a coping mechanism for sure as inappropriate as that can be sometimes. Laughing is so good for the soul. I had a day last week where, during our evening hike, I laughed. It was my first laugh of the entire day. It felt WONDERFUL. And I felt bad for not laughing or even smiling at all before that. Ugh. I need to laugh more.

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  2. We must laugh at ourselves. That is the best way to enjoy life. Chaplin himself lived a life of incredible pain, but how well he masked that in his on-screen persona. Your'e right, Ananya. It is a rare gift to be able to laugh at oneself. Glad you have it in you :)

    ~Shailaja's latest A~Z post

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  3. Enjoy the life in every possible ways .. best mantra of happiness :)

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  4. Nice post Ananya babe! I loved this one.. and a lovely pic too

    ~S(t)ri
    Participant|AtoZ Challenge 2014
    Smile, it makes (y)our day!

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  5. Loved the pic and the post. Sometimes I think if I laugh enough when I am sad, I actually start feeling happy. Wish this would work every time though :)

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  6. I've learned from a very young age to use laughter to diffuse tense situations. And I laugh at myself before anyone else does.

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  7. When one learns to laugh at oneself, there won't be any dearth of entertainment. :)

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  8. laughing at self is best way to avoid others mocking us! good one ananya :-)

    http://swathishenoy.blogspot.in/2014/04/l-for-love.html?m=1
    a-z participant

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  9. Love to laugh...even at myself. LOVE the picture! New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" and I look forward to visiting again.

    Sylvia
    http://www.writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/

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  10. I laugh at myself all the time. If u have read my previous posts you would know I am quite good at kicking myself... Not to mention all the blunders that I keep doing. But most of all, it's better I laugh at myself than someone else doing it for me :) loved your post. I dnt think my laughter is because of pain I am trying to hide. But each one has their own unique story.

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  11. My fav quote - I stongly believe is - The easy way to deal with problems is making fun of them - Frank Clark but I strongly believe having/ making fun doesn't help me always :)
    good lck

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  12. I am with you all the way. Sorry for that fall on marble though - must have hurt..:-( I can laugh at myself also- and do not take myself seriously:-) Great post!

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  13. Nice post, Ananya! The last line is very well said. Keep laughing, and stay happy.

    Beauty Interprets, Expresses, Manifests the Eternal

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  14. I need to learn to laugh...even in happiness i laugh little...

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  15. Keep laughing, and happiness follows !! Lovely post, Ananya :) Appreciate your ability to laugh at yourself. That actually shows your confidence !

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  16. yeah one should not hesitate to laugh.It lightens the mood. Just not at someone though :).I think the best person to laugh at is ourselves

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2014/04/lamp-light/

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  17. This is an endearing quality! And you know what this makes us deal with life easily :) Loving this series....
    L for loved-Random Thoughts Naba

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  18. I agree laughing at your own mistakes is a way to deal with a situation and let go off the stress. But its easier said than done :) Loved the pic in the end :)

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  19. 'If you want to sulk, why not in an entertaining way' ... I believe in that too. Laugh and the world laughs with you. Cry and you cry alone..

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  20. I laugh, but don't know if I would react in the same way if I fell in front of so many people :) Might just get up and rush to my seat, embarrassed. You are cool, loved your post.

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  21. when we laugh at ourselves I don't think the world any more can laugh at us ;) Good one :)

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  22. Smiling does drive the blues away !

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  23. "If you want to sulk, why not in an entertaining way'... I liked that attitude and that's the best way to handle tough times!! :)

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  24. "Laughter is the best medicine", as they say. :) Great attitude!
    Debbie @ The Doglady's Den

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  25. U know not many understand there is a subtle difference in ribbing n offending!

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  26. I always say, if you can't laugh at yourself, you're probably pretty boring. :)

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  27. Good post Ananya. A mix of the tragi-comic but so is life and I agree I've always thought ,when one has no way out of something one maight as well laugh and go through it. Hugs.

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  28. That's some seriously funny advice :-) I laugh at myself all the time!

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  29. I'm fortunate to have a husband with a great, weird sense of humour, who makes me laugh every day. :)

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  30. That's a brilliant attitude!

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  31. The best attitude in the world. Glad you can see the world and your glass half full.
    no-its-yes.html

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  32. I think laughing at your self or in a situation that warrants it is a habit - a good habit. When it is a habit you respond a lot more positively to negative situations.

    Carol @ Battered Hope

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  33. This is so like me, I too cry and once i cry its all out of the system.Nice read Ananya.

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  34. Thats a very good way of treating such situations.. Liked the Charlie Chaplin quote!!

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