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THE HEALING POWER OF HUMOR

One of the finest examples of the healing power of humor is told by Norman Cousins in his book, "An Anatomy of An Illness". He was diagnosed with a fatal illness and doctors gave him less than one year to live. He decided that he was not going to accept their diagnosis and decided that he could heal himself... with humor. He watched humorous 16mm movies (Keystone Cops, Laurel & Hardy, etc.) in his hospital room every waking moment he had. Within a year he had beaten his illness and had returned to a productive life.

Please heal a little by enjoying the following jokes and personal experiences. Most were received from friends over the Internet, so john takes no responsibility for their original sources. Most are not too risque', nor are they too lame, rather they are just too right...but this is according to john.

john has to start this off by asking .... "have you heard the one about...."

small is beautiful    
THE OVERSIZED LOAD    

KANSAS CITY'S SEASONS

   
GEORGE CARLIN'S VIEWS ON LIFE    
LIFE IN THE 1500'S    
THE HAMPSTERDANCE WEB SITE    
Mind Your P's and Q's    
Rule of Thumb    
The Jewish Buddhist    

Steven Wright

   
ANSWER TO THE THIRD WORD BRAIN TEASER   - not a joke

 

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