Life is funny if you allow it to be. Even when you feel like it must not be, deep down in your character there is humor waiting in order to giggle out into the world. David E. Jacobson reminds us to let this laughter loose in his guide, “The 7 ½ Practices of Highly Humorous Folks.” It isn’t a joke guide, but it is a delightful memory to watch for the jokes associated with, even, or maybe especially, those that are on you.
David has experienced his fair share of comments played on him. Is usually he bitter? Not i could tell. He releases happiness through the pages connected with his book. He gives joy and it’s contagious. Know that you will not be able to read this guide without cracking a smile and certain will come away from it a much better person. Of the 7 ½ habits you’ll learn about, I do think the half habit is a vital and the best way to get started about changing your life. Simply, you should change the way you think. Not really a simple task! Turning this negative thought into a good one is challenging, but the benefits are immeasurable. What choosing the positive does for yourself is usually life changing, and the thoughts people share with others can have a serious influence on them. The other 6 habits are equally a ponderer and uplifting, from seeing that humor is a necessity in order to humorizing with humorgy (you’ll have to read the book to learn what that means!); the teachings within this book are not used to simply help a class clown to develop his style but for show the world the power of laughter.
David uses his self announced necessary self-effacing humor to spread out his world to the viewer. It becomes very easy to understand precisely how he needed to let out all those giggles and how it improved his life. Throughout the guide he throws in one line and obtuse observations which made me laugh out loud. It can be a funny read, but also an amazing life lesson guide. Do you go to a guru who is located atop a unicycle? You should. This book is professionally penned and easily accepted as reality. It holds deep insights about inner spirit and increased powers, and interpretations connected with classic comedy. This is a mixture you cannot miss! I simply wish it were lengthier and my visit with Jesse were not over.