Stop. Think. When was the last time you laughed a hearty, full-bodied chuckle? When was the last time you acted silly and felt really good doing it? When was the last time you truly enjoyed yourself? If these questions are hard for you to answer you may have caught a case of “too insightful for my own good syndrome,” meaning all of your wisdom, awakeness or pondering the deeper meanings of existence have taken full precedence of one of life’s greatest gifts…laughter and joy.
Four reasons you should stop taking yourself and life so seriously:
- Life gets dull and so do you
- You gain a fresh perspective on things
- There is a wisdom and maturity that comes from being able to laugh at oneself
- We feel relaxed more often than not
At a certain point in life we must start trusting that something here has our back and is watching out for us. In that knowing, fun and relaxation is much easier to find in a majority of life’s circumstances. Life has a funny way of showing us exactly what lesson is next in line for our evolution and growth.
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