H U M O R’S * W A Y
“There are only two profound ways to reach enlightenment: Laugh by yourself, or get tickled.” —Saurabh Sharma
Humor’s way makes light of life’s laughable illusions.
“Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.” —Douglas Adams
Its setups and punch lines, metaphoric and literal, tickle the head bone with the funny bone.
“Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.” —Edward de Bono
Mixing life’s defining metaphors with insightful wit, pulls the leg, elbows the ribs and splits the sides of fraught figments of imagination.
“Any real belief in death is just wishful thinking.” —Chuck Palahniuk
Metaphor is psychoactive; laced with wit, hey can be addictive.
“This I conceive to be the chemical function of humor: to change the character of our thought.” —Lin Yutang
A funny thing happens on humor’s way.
“Humor must not professedly teach and it must not professedly preach, but it must do both if it would live forever.” —Mark Twain
We find that what we call time is a metaphor of something that contracts or expands and dims or brightens, according to the food for thought we choose to swallow.
“The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.” —Marcus Aurelius
The food for thought on humor’s way to life’s sweet spot is to laugh, to love, and to live for.
“Who laughs, lasts.” —Mary Pettibone Poole
In the post that reads like a book, every serious thought is tickled.
“Some thing are so serious you have to laugh at them.” —Niels Bohr
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