When a Navajo baby laughs for the first time, the whole community celebrates. It’s regarded as the moment when the child completes his or her transition from the spirit realm into the physical world. The person who caused the baby’s laughter is charged with planning the First Laugh Ceremony, a party to commemorate the magical event. I foresee a comparable development in your life. You won’t be laughing for the first time, but your sense of humor reaches new ripeness. You may be able to find humor in stuff you’ve taken too seriously. Maybe you suddenly have a deeper appreciation for life’s ongoing cosmic jokes. Or you stumble upon reasons to laugh longer, harder and louder than ever.