When I was a kid, I loved reading the Reader's Digest. I had two favorite sections - "Laughter is the Best Medicine" and "Humor in Uniform". Both are lighthearted short stories intended to bring a smile to your face and a little cheer to your day. I guess I was attracted to these sections in the magazine because they made me laugh. In fact, I gravitate toward laughter! I find it is like a magnet to my soul. Whenever I hear a group of folks laughing, it lifts my spirits - almost releasing some type of hidden "energy" within. Much happens with laughter - medically speaking. Yet, laughter can conceal a great deal of hurt behind it! Laughter can conceal a heavy heart, but when the laughter ends, the grief remains. (Proverbs 14:13 NLT) Did you know the average person laughs somewhere around 15-20 times a day? If you are considering a face-lift due to a few sagging facial muscles, you might consider getting a steady dose of laughter each day!