Hāsya (Sanskrit: हास्य) is a Sanskrit word for one of the nine rasas or bhava (mood) of Indian aesthetics, usually translated as humour or comedy. The colour associated with hasya is white and deity, Pramatha, and leads to exultation of the mind.
Hāsya often arises out of Sringara as mentioned in Natya Shastra, the classical treatise on the performing arts, of Bharata Muni, theatrologist and musicologist.
1. To look back on the past
یعنی "یه نگاهی به گذشته داشتن و به قبل برگشتن"
When I look back on the past, I feel that I made lots of mistakes in my life.
به گذشته که برمیگردم، احساس میکنم کلی اشتباه تو زندگیم داشتم.
2. Can't help it
یعنی "کاریش نمیتونم بکنم و دست خودم نیس."
All my family tell me to stop smoking but I can't help it.
همه خونواده بهم میگن سیگار کشیدن رو بزارم کنار ولی دست خودم نیست و نمیتونم.
3. To pop into one's head
یعنی "یه چیزی یه دفعه ای به ذهن انسان رسیدن"
A great idea popped into my head.
یه ایده فوق العاده یه دفعه ای به ذهنم اومد.
4. To be back to normal
یعنی "به حالت عادی برگشتن"
It will take a long time for his life to be back to normal.
خیلی طول میکشه تا زندگیش به شرایط عادی برگرده.
I must say that I have so far had THE BEST TIME with my sisters on this #bondingretreat thus far. I can not have asked God to do any more than he has already done. What God is doing is beyond amazing and to have us all under the same roof just brings me to tears. Words will never be able to explain what I feel right now. All I can say is Thank you GOD!!! .
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When I see @doc.fj caught me talking, I can’t help but think of my dad. He was a priest in Korea for 18 years for Maryknoll and was my first world language teacher, teaching me simple Korean words and expressions. I look just like him in this picture with the facial expressions and gestures. There were no opportunities for me to take Korean classes but I did take French which opened so many doors for me and still is. My dad is almost 90, so I wonder @danbuettner could Bilinguals have higher longevity rates?