The Sense Of Humor: Let Humor Fast Track You to Healthier, Happier Living

During these uncertain times, what people need most is a good laugh. Imagine what would happen if you understood there is an untapped force, contained within you, that has the power to totally change your life. And what if you discovered all you had to do in order to unlock this secret is simply to start using it? So it is with humor. The Sense of Humor is designed to demonstrate the sense that humor can make in the life of anyone who is willing to use it. Humor will deliver direct health benefits to the user. Outside of this primary benefit, humor will touch the lives of everyone around the user in positive ways for relationships, families, education, at work, in ministries, and so much more. The Sense of Humor cuts across social, economic, ethnic, and educational barriers. Music had been said to be a universal language. So, too, is laughter

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  1. put a smile on your lips During these uncertain times, what do people need most? In The Sense of Humor, author Max Elliot Anderson, who has spent most of his life in the production of documentary and dramatic films, client videos, and television commercials, and has also written many wonderful adventure and mystery books for middle grade readers eight and up, says that the answer is a good laugh. In his Introduction, Anderson says that the basic premise of the book is that “Humor and a sense of humor are unique…

  2. Great Uplifting Book We live in a world where everyday we hear about shootings, terrorist attacks and other emotionally charged events. When was the last time you laughed so hard your face hurt? It has been awhile for me and with all the tragedies going on around us, I find myself not laughing or being cheerful at all. The trials of the world can easily distract us and keep us in a depression. 

  3. Tickle Your Funny Bone If you’ve never thought or read about humor and laughter being good for the body and soul, then this book is for you. In the first part of the book, the author tells of his research into the subject. Each beginning chapter deals with humor in different places and situations, i.e., medical, workplace, etc. In most of the chapters, I felt the author diverting from the subject at hand and just going on about humor. I found this part of the book tedious to get through. I did appreciate the…

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