What is Tears to Laughter?

Tears to Laughter is inspired by the people who have hit rock bottom and come out victorious. It is inspired by the people who hung on even in their darkest hour. Tears to Laughter is the understanding that life will get tough just so you get tougher. It is about embracing those dark moments because they make your story that much more miraculous. Tears to laughter is about accepting reality, whilst rejecting mediocrity.
Tears to Laughter represents the faith it takes to understand what is to come is better than what has gone. Tears to Laughter means pushing through the tears knowing there is laughter on the other side. Tears to Laughter is recognising there is a message and a blessing in every tough thing we go through.
On this blog, we share journeys of many aspects of life – education, love, mental health, careers, family, self-love, relationships and so much more. If you are having a rough day or even a good one, I advise you to read one of our blog posts – be inspired

“…..Tears may flow in the night, but joy comes in the morning ” – Psalm 30:5


“There is little success where there is little laughter.”Andrew Carnegie

“A day without laughter is like living in darkness; you try to find your way around, but you can’t see clearly.”Emily Mitchell

“It’s true that laughter really is cheap medicine. It’s a prescription anyone can afford. And best of all, you can fill it right now.” – Steve Goodier

“As soap is to the body, so laughter is to the soul”Unknown

“He who laughs, lasts!” Mary Pettibone Poole

“Laughter is God’s hand on the shoulder of a troubled world.” – Bettenell Huntznic

“The person who can bring the spirit of laughter into a room is indeed blessed.” – Bennett Cerf

“Sometimes crying or laughing are the only options left, and laughing feels better right now.” Veronica Roth

“You have as much laughter as you have faith.” Martin Luther King

“It is cheerful to God when you rejoice or laugh from the bottom of your heart.” – Martin Luther King Jr

and we laugh and laugh and all I know is at this moment I feel like I can do anything I want and be anyone I want and go anywhere on the globe and still call it home” – Kirsten Smith