Finding my Funny

I really don't want to write seriously all the time. There is more joy and happiness in laughter than there is in deep contemplation of the human experience. Not that I shouldn't spend time in contemplation but what value is there in attachment to worry, pain and suffering? I need to lighten things up. 

Humour often arises from a place of suffering but can provide comfort. Humour shines the light of awareness on the truth of things. It examines from all perspectives and exposes an unexpected observation that changes perspective. Humour challenges us but in ways that make us laugh. 

We love to laugh and we love to make people laugh. It is good for us. It brings us closer together. 

I'm going to find more funny.

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