“A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes.” –Ludwig Wittgenstein
This blogsite consists of priceless pearls of wisdom – a metaphor of insights on the meaning and purpose of life – that spill overboard from our book – scattered among the author’s seriously funny philosophy of life, the universe, et al. – and The Art in the Everyday by Pierre Leduc.
“God is a comedian, playing to an audience too afraid to laugh.” –Voltaire
Our blog may tweak memories of all you knew when you knew all there is to know, or open new channels of self-awareness, or just relieve boredom. If it makes you grin, smile, and laugh out loud, it’s working. If it inspires you to think up and write a seriously funny philosophical joke, your words could unlock a treasure.
“Many a treasure besides Ali Baba’s is unlocked with a verbal key.” –Henry Van Dyke
This blogger’’s philosophy is simple: We laugh with the gods – a metaphor of infinite happiness in the everyday – when we make light of the cause of our mortal worries in our everyday thoughts and words.
“The person who knows how to laugh at himself will never cease to be amused.” –Shirley MacLaine
To inspire perpetual amusement (our labor of love), we are posting serious and good philosophical pearls of wisdom, in the opinion of our pearl diving crew, who do not judge truth and knowledge. That’s the life boat crew’s job.
“Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of truth and knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods.” –Albert Einstein
And here’s the best part: You can write the seriously funny philosophical jokes. It is easy and quick. In writing the one below, for instance, we only had to give up sex, become holy, admire women, invent democracy, and go to heaven. And it only took for EVER!
All the celibate holy men on earth are voting for the sexiest woman of all time. The Creator of the Universe peeks at their ballots, grins, smiles, laughs out loud, and goes, ‘Oh, Wow! This is AWESOME!’
Any jokes that GODLAUGH.ME inspires you to write in your comments, could help us all laugh with the gods in the everyday.
“I want my everyday to make God belly laugh.”–Shauna Niequist