Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.
A little perspective, like a little humor, goes a long way.
You may not be able to change a situation, but with humor you can change your attitude about it.
Research has shown that people who volunteer often live longer.
When times get tough, at some point, people instinctively know they need to lighten up in order to get through it.
Zen teaches that once we can open up to the inevitability of our demise, we can begin to transform that situation and lighten up about it.
It has been said that 80% of what people learn is visual.
Laughter can help relieve tension in even the heaviest of matters.
No matter what has happened, you too have the power to enjoy yourself.
Today's business and health care climate may not be pleasant. Cutbacks, pay cuts and layoffs do not make anyone's job easy. But that does not mean that the humor need stop.
When you think about advertisements, it makes sense that they want to hold and retain our attention.
And, unlike the earlier bombing on the World Trade Center, a major landmark and symbol of the strength of the financial world was, not just damaged but, totally destroyed.
I contend that not only can you laugh at adversity, but it is essential to do so if you are to deal with setbacks without defeat.
Humor does not diminish the pain - it makes the space around it get bigger.
Humor can alter any situation and help us cope at the very instant we are laughing.
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