The positive effects of humor have been known since biblical times. (Schwartz, Enid A., RN, MA, MC. Infusing Humor into Healthcare. p 77. CE Express.)

Discusses theological perspective that “God” has a sense of humor. States that laughter has always been connected with the divine. (Dossey, Larry, MD. Healing Beyond the Body. p 140-149. Boston: Shambhala Publications, Inc., 2001.)

Many Christian women are afraid to enjoy themselves in life. They tend to assume a role of pain and picture a “God” that tells them to stop laughing. In reality, the Bible portrays “God” as a being who laughs and rejoices over creation. (Conway, Jim and Sally. Women In Midlife Crisis. p 302-304. IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1971.)

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