I am out of town the first week of September, so let's meet up on the last Sunday of August (8/27) to discuss the virtue of Humor!
"Seeing the funny sides of situations and of oneself doesn’t sound very serious, but it is integral to wisdom, because it’s a sign that one is able to put a benevolent nger on the gap between what we want to happen and what life can actually provide; what we dream of being and what we actually are, what we hope other people will be like and what they are actually like. Like anger, humour springs from disappointment, but it’s disappointment optimally channelled. It’s one of the best things we can do with our sadness."
Let's get some breakfast and some coffee and talk about how humor has helped us, how it can help us, and how it might help to nurture our best selves.