The Torah teaches us to be ready to laugh. Laugh loudly, laugh often. Adults
average 12 laughs a day. Children laugh over 400 times a day. Become a child in your laughter. You will feel great and inspire
Tell people how much
you care about them. You will be surprised at the love you get back.
Love increases joy and joy is the supreme healer!
strangers. Smile even when you don't feel like smiling. Smile at friends, smile at your family, smile at your pets, smile
at nature, smile when you are alone, smile for the joy at being alive, smile for the goodness you can choose each and everyday
of your life. Smile and let your soul sing for joy! Smile and feel the healing forces well up inside you!
Friends promote healing.
Refuse to get involved in "my story is worse
than yours" contests. You don't have to complain about your friends, parents, kids, boss, or significant other. Complaining discourages healing.
Gratitude begets appreciation. Appreciated people feel happier. Having happy people surround you has an immeasurable
affect on your healing.
Bad moods can be contagious. Move away from bad moods both
in yourself and others. Work
on releasing negativity in
your thinking. It overpowers healing.
Practice Bitichon v'Emunah