“Laughter is man’s most distinctive emotional expression.” ― Margaret Mead
The laughter of children is one of the most joyful sounds we know. It often comes with discovery – seeing a pigeon for the first time, chasing bubbles, being rained on. It arises from sheer enjoyment of being alive, exercising our faculties, making a new discovery.
Occasionally you’ll hear this kind of laugh from an adult, hardly ever at work.
Which means to my mind, that there’s something wrong with work.