366 days of gratitude

In the introduction to All I really Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten, Robert Fulghum includes the Storytellers’ Creed,  one line of which says: . . . I believe that laughter is the only cure for grief. . . 

In the wake of the death of a loved family member or friend there are tears, but in the sharing of memories and recounting of stories, there is also laughter.

Today I’m grateful for the healing power of both tears and laughter.

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