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Today is April 14, and welcome to The Daily Quote – a podcast designed to kickstart your day in a positive way. I’m your host, Andrew McGivern, and I’m happy you are here with me today.

On April 14, we celebrate International Moment of Laughter Day, a day dedicated to the power of laughter and its ability to provide joy, reduce stress, and bring people together. It’s a reminder that a good chuckle can be as beneficial as a trip to the gym. Well, almost.

In honor of this joyful occasion, our quote of the day is from the brilliant mind of Ellen DeGeneres:

Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedian, television host, and actress. She gained fame as a stand-up comedian before starring in her sitcom, “Ellen,” from 1994 to 1998, which was notable for her character’s coming-out episode. Ellen is best known for hosting the popular daytime talk show “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” which aired from 2003 to 2021. She has received multiple Emmy Awards and is also an advocate for LGBTQ rights.

Ellen DeGeneres once said…

“Laugh as much as you can until you’re physically exhausted, and then just a little bit more.”

Ellen, renowned for her comedic talent and ability to bring laughter to the masses, encapsulates the spirit of today perfectly. Her advice is not just to laugh but to laugh until we think we can’t anymore—and then push past that. It’s a reminder that laughter can be an escape, a healer, and a way to bring people together.

On this International Moment of Laughter Day, let Ellen’s words remind us to seek out and create moments of humor. Whether through a funny movie, a joke with friends, or even those delightful internet memes, make it a point to laugh thoroughly and often.

Thank you for joining me today on The Daily Quote. Let’s make sure to follow Ellen’s advice: laugh, recharge, and then laugh some more. Have a delightfully giggly day!

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