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Published on May 26, 2012
Those that follow my daily videos know that for the past week I have engaged in what I call "laughter therapy" as a result of watching the documentary: LAUGHOLOGY. In trying to maintain the practice and discipline, I admit that it is sometimes really hard to laugh. When I hear about things like my friend Carolyn Meyers being in the hospital, whistleblower Bill Brockbrader being arrested and other gross injustices in the system, crying feels like a more appropriate response than laughing. Indeed, there have been a few times that my laughter attempts turned to tears. I wish I could say that they were tears of joy; but that would not be true. I still feel much sadness.