Wisdom From A Laugh 161, 162


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Two pieces of Humor with Life Lesson points for reflection

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Wisdom From A Laugh 161, 162

  1. 1. 4 Wisdom From A Laugh 161 The Worst Day Bob went over to his friend Joe's house and was amazed at how well Joe treated his wife. He often told her how attractive she was, complimented her on her cooking and showered her with hugs and kisses. "Gee," Bob remarked later, "you really make a big fuss over your wife". "I started to appreciate her more about six months ago," Joe said. "It has revived our marriage and we couldn't be happier." Inspired, Bob hurried home, hugged his wife and told her how much he loved her and said he wanted to hear all about her day. But she burst into tears. "Honey," Bob said, "what’s the matter?". "This has been the worst day," she replied. "This morning Billy fell off his bike and broke his ankle, then the washing machine broke. Now to top it off, you come home drunk !". Reflections * A person’s good unexpected action or behavior can be misconstrued even though there’s sincerity. * A husband and wife should not take each other for granted. Appreciation, trust, love and understanding must be shown always and not just once in long while.
  2. 2. Wisdom From A Laugh 162 High Blood Pressure When a physician remarked on a new patient's extraordinarily ruddy complexion, he said, "High blood pressure, Doc. It comes from my family." "Your mother's side or your father's?" the doctor asked. "Neither," he replied. "It's from my wife's family." "Oh, come now," the doctor said. "How could your wife's family give you high blood pressure?" He sighed. "You ought to meet them sometime, Doc!" Reflections * High Blood Pressure can be attributed to various factors: genetic, too much salt intake, and stress. * We must learn to have the right attitude towards our work and relationship with others. A mind that is calm, free from worry, anger or ill-will will be healthier.