If you ever desire to have a laugh with God, tell him that your bitterness is really just righteous anger.
How do I know? I did it once and what came back to me was this image of uncontrollable yet correcting laughter. I was quickly reminded of righteousness and in no way did it even closely resemble my heart. I sought for the offense to be rectified rather than the offender be healed.
So I realized, there is absolutely a time for anger. Be angered by the sin, chaos, and injustice in our world knowing the tremendous hurt that others face as a result, but never act out of anger or hold onto to it so tightly that it roots bitterness in your heart. Instead let it move you to compassion that you may lend a hand, an ear, or speak a prayer that opens a door for healing.
So will you choose to have a laugh with God today or just admit what He already knows?