Laughter is a spiritual form of communing; without words we can say to one another I’m with you, I get it….knowing laughter embodies the relief and connection we experience when we realise the poser of sharing our stories-we’re not laughing at each other but with each other.
Laughter is a bubbly effervescent form of holiness.
I love this! For years I had a photo of a laughing child that I’d clipped out of a magazine and pinned on the noticeboard by my desk. Every time I looked at it I couldn’t help but smile. This photo does the same – without words or language or even sound, you can see when someone is happy x
It is exactly that photo isn’t it? I mean I just defy anyone NOT to smile, even a tiny bit, seeing that boy’s utter delight and glee and joie do vivre. Just strapping on my roller-skates now…
I will always love this photo!
Cracker isn’t it? I wonder if any babies in our family would look like this?
I’ve had this photo, which was yours!, on my wall and SWBIRS and will now put it on my wall at new job! The tradition continues! XX
He’s a much travelled little boy and still brings mirth wherever he goes. Glad to know you are looking after him and that he is going to weave his magic in another location! I’d love to know who took the photo but can’t find any credits online!? Strap on the skates baby