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2010-12-09 11:26:46|  分类: 悟-人生 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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      The ability to laugh at your own weaknesses and blunders has been recognized as a sign of maturity. And yet this is one of most difficult aspects of your sense of humor to develop.

Oscar Wilde once offered a valuable insight about the way we live our lives when he said that “Life is too important to be taken seriously” I don’t think he meant you don’t have to take your responsibility, promises, work, etc. He didn’t mean that it’s OK to live life with no integrity. I think he meant that the quality of our life suffers when we approach everything in a serious manner. We are not longer vivid, cheerful and spontaneous as when we were kids when we take everything so seriously.

I think the key here is to take your work and your duties seriously, but take yourself lightly in the process. Otherwise, you will lose many benefits that a cheerful attitude and humor can offer.

There’s a liberating quality that most people experience when they get to the point that they can laugh at themselves. We get so caught up in our anxieties, embarrassments, frustrations and upsets that we carry them around with us throughout the day. But when we find a way to laugh at them, they lose their emotional grip on us and retreat into the background. We feel at peace with the incident, even though it was very embarrassing at that moment.

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