I am grateful for humour.
There is joy in making others laugh and there is joy in laughing.
In the later grades of elementary school I sat at the back of the class with my buddy Gerald Togtema. Gerry had a great sense of humour himself but was especially good at amplifying the funny comments I would whisper to him for the whole class to hear. I was grateful that he was willing to take the heat from the teacher.
On the improv stage, failure is funny. We try to do seemingly impossible things like making up a song on the spot. Sometimes there is comedy magic but more often it is falling on our face failure that generates the most laughs. The reality is, the harder you try to be funny, the less funny you are. Funny, not that is, as Yoda would say.
Where do you find funny?