Success Factory

Get ready for success, Beautiful People, as we at the Lasting Joy Club are doing our homework for the next get-together on March 27th.

Lasting Joy Club

Your brain is busily working for you, manufacturing biochemicals called endorphins. Research has shown that those incredible little hormones infuse your blood stream and circulate through your entire body even when you act AS IF you were joyful, not only when you actually are happy. Think about it, says Rabbi Pliskin: your experience is totally imaginary, yet your endorphin factory, your miraculous brain, still produces a healthy doze of joy, entirely free!

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Yes, I am a certified Potter-head! But this image has a message to it. Rabbi Pliskin recalls a school principal who had “an interesting school policy. His teachers had to promote laughter before giving tests. In his experience, the students invariably got higher grades when they were in a humorous state. Endorphins produced by laughter enable a student’s brain to work at optimal level” (Life Is Now, Chapter 26).

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow fantastic, Dolly have a great time and enjoy to the fullest.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Kamal!

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  2. spearfruit says:

    Totally agree.. Everything is easier with laughter. Keep those endorphins comming! They are good for us all!

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    1. I am glad you agree, Gary! Keep smiling, whether you want to or not!

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  3. Laughter is the best medicine even if they do say it makes you fat. LOL. You help create your destiny so you have 2 choices, sit on your butt or keep striving to reach your goals until you succeed. Remember Failure isn’t a bad thing because the “big whigs” failed multiple times before they succeeded.

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    1. You are so right, dear Crystal! And I don’t believe laughter makes you fat – hasn’t made me far, that’s for sure.
      Meows and purrs to Daisy Mae!

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  4. debz3163 says:

    Those same endorphins release pain relieving goodness too!

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    1. Very true! Thank you for your comment, darling!

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