Humour

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Nature’s recipe for stress,

Just For Laughs, Monty Python (old school), just take a look at your favourite comedy store (internet) to get your daily giggle,

We all loose the ability to laugh from time to time,

It can be severe, Depression or mild, one of several reasons,

Being best man at my friends wedding and flubbing a impromptu effort is the worse,

I turned many shades of red as I realized the layers of mistakes made by me doing this one poor excuse for a speech,

But we live to fold on stage another day,

No risk, no reward,

I am always looking for a way to laugh my way through the day,

I just refuse to kill the joke or others in the process.

For me, many good humorists make up for my lack of talent, what is your excuse?

LOL, as often and as harmlessly as possible,

Huge humour, small humour, what is the difference when it produces a good laugh.

Birds That Flock Together Stay Together

”Associate with people who are likely to improve you.”
~Seneca
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stoic-self-reflect-journaling/id1312926037?l=pl&ls=1&mt=8

In this Dialogue Johnathan and Michael talk about hanging out.

Michael: who do you think you are?

Johnathan: a talking bird.

M: okay, but you act like a friend, don’t you?

J: You are my friend Michael.

M: And I am yours. Walk with me.

J: Fly with me.

Happy Birthday Mom

Roses Are Red,well these ones are pink,Violets are blue, sugar is sweet and so are you. Well now that I have you over to this page, I wrote a little meditation about time. It could be about the value of anyone, any place, or time!

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Contemplating the Value of Time

Spending is important to do, earning too!

Learning what to do and what not to do.

Identifying this and that,

Finding how ends meet and why,

Doing what I said I’d do.

Making lots of things go poo!

More waste, more time to kill and more over spending,

Learning what to do…

The Code

Truth and beauty -that is all.The famous lines Beauty is truth, truth beauty’, that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know’ are taken from the Ode On A Grecian Urn by John Keats. It emphasizes the identity of beauty and truth.

This may sound a tad simplistic, but the point has to do with our identity.

Truth can be good or bad or somewhere in between.

Same goes for beauty.

Jung points this out with images using what he calls archetypes and the unconscious.

The criminal sees opportunity where the compassionate will eventually see the problem.

First, we need to see it in ourselves then we can see it in others.

Yet, we are guilty of deluding ourselves, but mostly ourselves,” Oh what a tangled web we weave,
When first we practice to deceive.”
– Sir Walter Scott (Marmion, 1808)

My favorite paraphrase comes from a lady on the bus, she was listening to CBC.ca and recalled a paraphrase from a show, “People are a messy business.”

I guess there really is no answer, just being human, it is fair to think the worst and hope for the best.

Oh, how curious we are,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humanity

 

 

#59

Affection and womanly (sister and mother) charm,

It’s my birthday, isn’t that for kids?

Don’t we all celebrate children as a way to help them be a healthy human being?

Okay, I won’t be a ‘smug martyr’ like Romesh Ranganathan.

But I do enjoy being low key.

But , be you, do you, vision and voice, you!

It’s a time to express the affection you have for yourself while allowing others to do the same.

In my case, mom and sis.

But there is more.  Really?

I’m loving to go to a movie and doing some reading and writing, and research, and journaling and philosophy, photography, talking, good habits (sleep, eat, exercise) and that is being responsible for expressing me!

But what’s it like on the inside?

Good, bad, ugly-it is a human mess.

And its also nice to see a little of that to spice up your day.

Maybe, in my case, I’ll do a little intrapersonal psychology throughout the year to express some of my mess.

In any case, be yourself, don’t let others push too hard, express yourself and let others express themselves too.  Happy living!

Feeling Right About Time

I don’t know if I can write down my stuff about time.

It may be a little unclear, even to me.

But let me try… first, it seems like this present is going really slow, but it doesn’t take any time at all.

And the past seems like it went really fast, but it is extremely slow because it is over and doesn’t move at all.

And the future is never going to arrive and feels like it is going slower than something slow.

This is just an exercise in how the last few hours appear to feel to me.

My feelings of time in the past, present and future are extremely subjective.

For example, another cliché about time is boy, was that fast, where did all the time go, my perception of time is similar to everyone lessees.  Especially when I am busy and focus on the here and now, as in the task at hand, whatever it may be.

My experience at being too busy, is that I am feeling excessively worried about the future or trying to control everything I need to do.

I project this into all that I say and do.

I kinda get a little obsessed with the task or job and end up trying too hard and the job becomes a lot harder, out of control and harmful to myself and others.

Again, I am being very subjective.  But in this case, I am expressing  my primary belief:  do no harm.

It is fun to use ‘time’ and my own behaviour when I act out of control, to express a pseudo description of time and what is best to do.

Who am I to do either, excepting, as the writer I am and this is my art form.

This is an example of an original blank verse poem, disguised in the form of a blog or journal entry!

 

 

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Okay, I am an eBook and Kobo fan, but I want the world to know I am also a ‘ Kiss My Asterisk’ fan. And I think you should be too.

Seldom does this much humour and good grammar become worth reading in the same place. Not only is the author a good writer, humorist,grammarian, and English teacher, but she is motivating me to learn very useful information.

Pick up your device and read her eBook today, you may not be laughing all the time but you will smile while you are learning important information for students and writers alike….