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LOL4REAL! with Oni @ 2nd Session

All the Activity Directors at the Senior Center sounded upbeat and interested but no one was calling back! All of September I drove to schools, senior centers, giving and mailing out postcards. 596 more words

LOL4REAL! Laughter Yoga

The High Museum of Art

To continue our exciting events for 2017, The Sid Foundation will be at The High Museum of Art on Sunday November 12, 2017 for the FREE Second Sunday! 99 more words

The Sid Foundation

‘Wonderful Physical Stuff’: The Joys Of Laughter Yoga

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Monday mornings at Pathways, a healing center in Minneapolis, begin with a flurry of unique exercises.

The day starts with clapping hands, stomping feet and the hitting of armpits. 437 more words

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FMM 9 22 17 Dry Wit

“Everything is funny, as long as it’s happening to somebody else.”~ Will Rogers.

My father had a strange sense of humor.  His jokes would often be met with a split second of silence, before the audience, whether in church, the classroom, or the huge assembly hall where as chaplain he would lead morning devotions each Friday, would recognize and respond and finally laugh.  1,035 more words

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More Laughter Yoga!

This is a follow-up to my earlier post about Laughter Yoga, with a few more resources to help you explore this phenomenon. At the end, you’ll see why I am posting this today, a special day for laughter yoga. 298 more words

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Someone Needs Your Voice - guest blog post by Laura Tarasoff

Like the advice from school teachers to ask your question because someone else, probably, has the same question but is afraid to ask; writing in your own voice can be a frightening thought. 960 more words

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Laugh Your Way Through Writer’s Block - guest blog post by Eileen Murphy

If you’re blocked and can’t write, what’s the best way to get yourself pounding the keyboard again? Or let’s say you’re like me and you have a routine, so you force yourself to write even when you’re blocked, only to discover you’re producing dreck. 1,066 more words

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