This is a Laughter yoga competition at the Veteran Home of Taoyuan, in Taiwan. Members of this team all suffer from either Alzheimer or Dementia. They practice laughter yoga exercises every day and like it very much.
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This is the story of a man who laughed lots, made others laugh, and still felt like dying. Frank used humor, and lots of it. The jokes were on him, all self-deprecating. Truth is, Frank hated himself. This story has a happy ending though. Watch this:
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The regular practice of Laughter Yoga helps affirm and manifest what is best in mankind: love, peace, goodwill, trust, joy and much more. It is the purest form of laughter there is because there is no reason for it. Does this make it a spiritual practice?