MOHAMMAD SKATI


To Laugh Happily Is To Be Or Not To Be


Laughing is great and wonderful Because it means that we're greatly Happy and pleased anytime, We need to laugh just to be or not to be, To be means to be happy and Not to be means that we're greatly sad, We need laughing and we need To be happy and not to be sad, We have no options other than To be happy and always on the side of happiness, Laughing means smiling faces, Happy hearts, and great emotions and feelings, To laugh is a must, so We need to laugh to be or not to be.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Topic(s): happy


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