3 Reasons You Want To Be Laughed At

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3 Reasons You Want To Be Laughed At

Think about the last time you were laughed at. Many people will think of this as a negative experience. Sometimes this hurt their self esteem and made them feel worthless. In-fact quite the opposite is true. Being laughed should be good for your ego, not bad!

1. You Are Different

This is different on any level. But what is important is that being different meant you were being yourself. There is no better way to achieve inner peace than being completely true to you.

2. You Are Good

Weak people, with weak minds, bodies, and spirits desire, as all people do, to feel important. In an attempt to feel above others, people often laugh at them, as if they are better. But what they don’t realize is they are only ensuring themselves a spot amongst weak minded people, not talented artists like yourself.

3. You Are What The Other Wishes They Were

The flaws we find in other people often make us feel uncomfortable because they remind us of flaws in ourselves. The same is true about the good characteristics. If someone is jealous of your qualities it is because they desire to have them for themselves. Therefore take solace in the laughing, for they must laugh to cover up how they wish they could be like you.

This post was written by Aaron Aslin. Aaron is an entrepreneur, amateur philosopher, and blogger. He uses his background in marketing to bring people to ideas that inspire, motivate, and create purpose in their lives. You can follow him @aaronaslin and facebook.com/aaronaslin

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2 thoughts on “3 Reasons You Want To Be Laughed At

  1. This is so true, but often more painful when it’s not just acquaintances laughing, but “friends.” It is in these moments where our passions and plans are really tested. Great post and wise words.

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