Humour: The Jam on the Toast of LifeThe only way to survive is to have a sense of humour!
A sense of humour is the dancing of a happy stream down a wooded mountainside, laughing around boulders, giggling gleefully in downward bounce, bubbling all the while it is cool, refreshing, soothing to the head, throat and feet.
True humour is natural, spontaneous and has a childlike quality about it.
We pay large amounts of money to get professional comics to make us laugh. We love clowns in weird attire, they perform outrageous and hilarious antics to make us laugh, to help us see the simple truth about our human frailties, and fragilities.
Deep down we are clowns; some of us more polished, sophisticated clowns, performing our strange antics in the theatre of this world.
This childlike quality of fun, frolic and light-heartedness is disappearing from our society. Rarely do we hear spontaneous, uproarious laughter.
Mencius said, "The great man is he who does not lose his child's heart".
It is important to have a sense of humour so that we can live life to the fullest, brush our worries away, not let stressful situations take a toll on us and enjoy every moment.
Excerpts from The Teenager Today – Article by Prof. Dr. John Mathews
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