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“There are only two profound ways to reach enlightenment: Laugh by yourself, or get tickled.” —Saurabh Sharma

funny thingHumor’s way to life’s sweet spot climaxes in the laughter of insight.

“Humor is the affectionate communication of insight.” —Leo Rosten

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“Thought is the wind, knowledge the sail, and mankind the vessel.” August Hale

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The Art in the Everyday

Humor’s way weaves intermingling streams of thought into our laughable and laughing self. funny thing

“The only cure for vanity is laughter, and the only fault that is laughable is vanity.” —Henri Bergson

The literal current tickles the intellect.

“Be able to defend your arguments in a rational way. Otherwise, all you have is an opinion.” Marilyn vos Savant

This is the reasoning faculty, the high court of thought.

“Everything must justify its existence before the judgment seat of Reason, or give up existence.” —Friedrich Engels

If is logical, analytical, critical and, above all, rational. But humorless. No worries. The metaphoric current tickles a different organ.

“Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.”—Edward de Bono

The imaging faculty lets us see the banana peel on vanity’s way.

“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.” —Mark Twain

Where literal straight lines meet metaphoric punch lines, a funny thing happens.

“Reason is the natural order of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning.” —C. S. Lewis

The intermingled streams tickle thought till we laugh.

“As soon as you have made a thought, laugh at it.” —Lao-Tzu

And the best laughs are insights into our self.

“The only journey is the one within.”—Rainer Maria Rilke

23MAR19 (50%)“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” –William Arthur Ward

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