Dr. Abraham Khoureis

A lion’s laugh

A lion’s laugh

by Abraham Khoureis, Ph.D., M.A.

Have you seen a lion’s laugh?

Well, look at the picture accompanying this post again and again until the image of the laughing lion is captured, memorized and become subconsciously ingrained in your collective memory, and recalled at the behest of your desire, wants and wishes.

Unlike its arch enemy the hyena, which, wickedly laughs when its prey is left unattended, undefended and ready to be eaten.

The lion laughs to exhibit its courage and strength.

The lion laughs to exhibit its courage and strength.

What type of a laugh do you have?

The laugh of a lion, or the wicked laugh of a hyena?

Send me your response privately for an interpretation report.

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