A Sense of Humor

A sense of humor makes it easier to meet the challenges that arise in daily experience and helps to eliminate the friction that would interfere with harmonious relationships. Its effect is like oil in machinery or shock absorbers on an automobile.

Many times, however, humor does not accomplish these worthy purposes. It may be misunderstood, even though well-intentioned. Or it may have a sting to it—someone laughing at another's expense. Frivolity and shallow thinking often try to masquerade as humor, and a false sense of humor does not appeal to the highest standards of thought.

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