Someone once said, "Dying is easy; it's comedy that's hard." Developing a sense of humor about our life seems to be beneficial not only spiritually, but it is also now considered good for our health and physical well-being. Norman Cousins and others have written on the healing and life-enhancing value of laughter. We really don't have to take our lives and ourselves so very seriously. There are lots of things to laugh at about our situation as human beings on this earth. Some days are so filled with ambiguities and absurdities, that the most healing thing we can do is see the humor in the midst of all the apparent chaos. As a Zen Master once said, "The final enlightenment may be so deep and profound that there is nothing to do but sit down and have a good laugh." Let yourself laugh often and well.