I’ve been trying to find a way to write about how to handle it when someone you love is doing something you think is hurtful and wrong…without sounding preachy. I give up; I’ll discuss something else.
The Toastmasters Club at my office recently presented a competition on comedic speeches. I was thinking of joining Toastmasters until this came along! Wow, I am not funny. The only person who laughs at my humor is my middle stepdaughter, God bless her, who has the same situational humor. If you’ve never heard of “situational humor,” it’s because I made it up to console myself.
God must have a sense of humor, since so many people do. All good things are a part of Him. if you haven’t discovered these comedy sources, they will surely brighten your day:
We non-humorists must have something to make up for it. An uncanny knack for remembering the most annoying facts at the most inopportune time! No?
Truly, how about those of us who can only receive humor? Perhaps being able to laugh at someone else’s joke (though never come up with one of my own) is akin to someone’s ability to appreciate art (though you can barely draw a stick figure). Every form of art needs someone to receive it on the other end!