Jesus is Giggling?

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The Got Jesus Talk Blog has everyone giggling. Who would have thought that giggling could reveal the teaching of Jesus Christ on a deeper level? The latest article posted on the Got Jesus Talk blog does exactly that.

The latest article entitled “Joy” posted on the Got Jesus Talk Blog has everyone around the world giggling. One reader writes "I cannot stop giggling." The article is about Archbishop Desmond Tutu who is best known for his anti-apartheid activism, but he is also Nobel Laureate and the recent winner of the prestigious Gandhi Peace Award. He has been and continues to be an outspoken critic of the United States led war in Iraq as well as the related issues of torture and imprisonment without legal representation, but the article primary focus is not on his activism or his theological beliefs – it is about his famous giggle.

Even when making a serious statement the Archbishop Tutu is known to start giggling simply because he cannot contain the Joy he feels. He sees everyone as basically good and his refreshing perspective helps to bring laughter into an otherwise serious world. This Jesus Blog takes a deep look at the source of his laughter and reveals that giggling can actually help you understand the teaching of Jesus on a much deeper level.

There is just something funny about the thought that giggling can help you understand the teaching of Jesus, but you simply giggle when you read this article. One reader writes, “Reading the article was a bit refreshing. I never thought that giggling or laughter for that matter is a way to Jesus.” Another reader adds, “I think Jesus will be very happy if at list half of the population of our planet giggles or laughs more often.”

Jesus is getting a good giggle out of this article. Laughter is truly the best medicine and this Jesus Blog is bringing some much needed laughter into the world. World new has been depressing for all of us, but there is nothing like a good giggle to help all of us take ourselves a lot less seriously. This is a great article for anyone who wants their spirits lifted with a good giggle.


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