Tag Archives: Laughter

A Rare and Precious Gift – “What’s So Funny” Part Two

“Humor has in it a liberating element … “It refuses to be hurt by the arrows of reality or to be compelled to suffer. It insists that it is impervious to the wounds dealt by the outside world, that these … Continue reading

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What’s So Funny?

     Neuroscientists Think (?) They’ve Nailed Laughter–NY Times I wonder what Mark Twain or Woody Allen or David Sedaris (even) would make of this recent NY Times piece.  Would that I could get their reactions. Endorphins!  The source of the pleasure … Continue reading

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The Assault of Laughter

(c) Copyright 2013, Margaret Langstaff All Rights Reserved As with an unfortunate minority of similarly wired souls, winter is always a down time for me. The gloom, the shorter days, the cold. They drain me utterly and I have to … Continue reading

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