A joker is the wonderful creation of God. He /she is a person who just has an amazing power to make anyone laugh till their stomachs ache and their eyes are full of happy tears. A joker is anyone who tells jokes, does comedy, makes fun, ignites laughter everywhere he goes. But we just don’t know how that person lives or how are his surroundings, how he sees life, how he deals with his problems or we probably think that the joker as a human being is 1 of the luckiest persons because he just laughs out his problems or maybe he experiences joyful and positive emotions only. But the reality is different- because God created us, humans, with some or the other problems.
God had already decided that in order to live life, there must exist both problems and solutions, lows and highs, joys and sorrows, comfort and exhaustion, hatred and love, smiles and cries, laughter and tension- as it is said every coin has 2 sides- so does life. If you’re a human, however perfect you may be or look, there’s always at least some flaw or problem in your life. Life without problems isn’t life, it’s just an imagination. Yes, jokers are humans too, and they’ve many different problems about which we’re unaware of, probably because of our above-mentioned misconception or because we never interacted with a joker.
Usually, it is seen that jokers come from lower economic backgrounds, they have a small or poor family, some of them don’t even have parents and have siblings to look after for or any other issues for which they need money. Or else they may belong to some rich family but there may have been some kind of heartbreak in their life. Their lives are not as easy as we perceive. For their family’s wellbeing or any other major reason, they may enter in circuses, comedy shows, and events. They just like any other human, go through a lot of hardships. And thus hiding their true selves behind that mask, makeup, or smiling face, they make others laugh just to earn money for their needs or yes, there are some jokers who do for so for their talents. But the majority are from low-income backgrounds. Yet with all their flaws, problems, sorrows, they accept themselves as they are and never give up on their jobs of being a joker.
They teach us the very important value of accepting and being ourselves as we are and thank God for every single resource that we have with us. Also, they teach us that laughter is the best medicine for any kind of pain. People always suffer from a lot of pain and problems, and they sometimes hate their life and want to end it, they take stress - but if they just start believing in God’s timing for happiness and pain, they live their life by making oneself and others smile or laugh, then their life will become smooth and easy. Lastly, we must help people like these jokers as much as we can just by being a listener to them. Sometimes people feel too much and hide everything by keeping it all inside but this has further adverse effects on their mind and body, so just by being a listener to such people and asking them to let it all out can count and help a lot.