When the joints creak and the eyes begin to squint, Dare to Laugh. When your children are grown . . . really grown, like, with children of their own and those children have children, too Dare to Laugh. In the midst of loss and pain, when your heart feels as though it will rupture from the sadness, Dare to Laugh. When your life's experiences become well-refined wisdom, Dare to Laugh.
Challenge yourself to chuckle at the everyday problems around you. Laughter is healing power and the sweet, heartfelt devotions found in this book prove the ache in one's heart may remain, but when the tears are given to God, joy comes—even in darkness. All the light of laughter to return to your life.
Lean back. Relax. Dig into the life lessons and then. . .dare to laugh.