“Delusion was an essential fact of life for the average person” – The Thirst by Jo Nesbo
Invariably, I get in various degrees of trouble in those moments when I forget how to laugh. Laugh at myself. At the situation. With someone.
It’s just my humble opinion and I hope you won’t resent me sharing it with you, but I sense that too many of us have forgot how to laugh.
As I think about it, I’ve somehow developed another weakness. I’m beginning to take myself too seriously.
Living with these crippling weaknesses does not make old Robert a happy camper. So I have discovered.
What to do? What to do? I’m not sure. Seems to me though that the more important concern is laughter. Laughter – the cornerstone to a good life.
Possibly a big note on the bedroom door. One I would be sure to see first thing every morning. BOB – BE SURE TO LAUGH TODAY AND DON’T TAKE YOURSELF TOO SERIOUSLY.
“Nothing you do particularly matters but I’m not sure that’s a great excuse for doing it poorly” – John Malkovich