Kuto’s life was always filled with laughter. Even when he was a child, his friends and family would always say that he had the best laugh in the world. It wasn’t until he was an adult that Kuto realized that his laughter was actually a coping mechanism for all of the pain and suffering he had endured in his life.
Born in Jamaica, Kuto grew up in a poor neighborhood where violence and crime were rampant. He witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of poverty and injustice, which only made him laugh harder. He told himself that if he could just keep laughing, then maybe one day all of this would go away.
And for a while, it worked. Kuto found himself enjoying life more than ever before. He traveled to different countries, made new friends, and experienced things he never thought possible. But eventually, the pain caught up to him again. His loved ones began to die off one by one, until there was nobody left who could make him laugh like they used to.
But even in his darkest moments, Kuto still held on to hope. He knew that as long as he kept laughing, there was still a chance for happiness somewhere down the road