YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR by Julius Gordon

YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The presentation, by a Rabbi, of a philosophy of life at a popular level, this is a discussion of humor -- not wit -- as a ""sense of values, a sense of balance, a sense of perspective"". Know yourself -- and laugh at yourself; use humor in your marriage, with your children, and your friends; and apply it to offset prejudice and snobbery, to enhance the pleasures of traveling, reading, worship, and to counteract suffering in times of sickness, war, and death. A point of view, which has a variety of illustration- from Schopenhauer to Sinatra, and which offers some practical pointers for self help and improvement. Know thy market.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1950
Publisher: Didier