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The saddest people try hard to make people happy

I Think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.” Robin Williams

Why do I laugh so much, many ask me. Why? Otherwise, I’d be crying. That’s my answer, in the form of a joke. People laugh some more. And, walk away with a smile.

I do genuinely try to find the “funny” in situations. I almost always do. Sometimes, even when things should be somber. I’m predisposed to joy. To feel joy. But life has never been easy. And, underneath it all lurks a darker emotional world. And, so it is for many.

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  1. “I Think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.”

    -Robin Williams

    This Brought A Tear
    To My Eye For Two

    Reasons

    i Am No Longer
    Sad And i Am Strong
    Enough To Also Be

    A Real

    Man

    And

    Never Give Up
    On For Giving
    Thanks Giving Caring

    This Way i Always
    Hang Around A Bit
    Longer With Dance And Song…

    Yet True Now THere Is Also A
    Depression Beyond Sadness
    That Tears Won’t Cure Beyond

    All Measure

    It Is No

    Different

    Than

    HeLL And
    Heaven Of
    Love Tears And SMiles
    What It Means To Living Breathe

    Be The FRiEnD Who Has

    Been
    THere
    And Survives Always

    Be Your Best FRiEnD Who Stays…

    If We Can Will Dance Sing

    Naked

    Love

    And

    Be The Wind
    Without Shape
    Without Form

    Color

    Of

    Forever Now
    Painting Free Spirit Waves 🌊

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  2. For me, I think I laugh and use humor because it’s the only way to be able to have those feelings. The world is a bittersweet world, it’s easy to dwell in the bitter, so sometimes it helps to add sweetener. I like this post. Be well.

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