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Getting Passionate About Humor

Passion is an emotional response and a place of unlimited potential. Passion fires our inspiration, piques our curiosity and energizes our lives. Passion is your birthright. What do you have a positive affinity for? What subject or idea are you drawn toward? What makes you feel alive and animated? What do you love to do? One of my passions (you can have many passions) is humor, from the small smile to the deep diaphragm laugh that brings tears to my eyes.

I like the way I feel when I smile. I like the response I get when I smile at someone. I noticed early on that people who laughed and smiled always seemed to be having a good time. I could see that humor was a way to connect to others in a positive way. Thinking and learning about humor was a joy not work. I wanted to find new ways to bring humor into my life every day. Some things I tried worked and some didnít but I felt compelled to search. I read everything I could find about humor and the dozens of ways that humor can be expressed. I find humor everywhere - a mischievous dog stealing my hat or a horse just enjoying a beautiful day and I continue to be fascinated by humor.

Each one of us is molded by our experience. When your mind, body and spirit are engaged your passions are most evident. When you see the world as a place of potential, passion is not far behind. When you tap into your passion you feel enthusiasm and full of life.

May you be successful in finding your passion,


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