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|You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. A sense of humour is the |
perfect antidote for pride. Humour teaches tolerance. “You cannot make fun of the
disabled!” says the moralist. Well, I put it to you that there are no serious ...
|Mandino, Og You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humor |
teaches tolerance. - Maugham, W. Somerset Laugh at yourself first, before
anyone else can. - Maxwell, Elsa One horse-laugh is worth ten thousand
|You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humor teaches tolerance|
. - Maugham, W. Somerset Anyone can tell the truth, but only very few of us can
make epigrams. - Maugham, W. Somerset The great critic must be a philosopher,
|„You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humor teaches |
tolerance", behauptet er, „and the humorist with a smile and perhaps a sigh, is
more likely to shrug his shoulders than to condemn. He does not moralize, he is
content to ...
|I cannot bring myself to judge my fellows, I am content to observe them." When I |
asked Maugham what his long life has taught him, he answered: "Tolerance. You
are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humor teaches tolerance ...
|Wenn so der "sense of humour" seinen Besitzer zu einer Einseitigkeit des |
Sehens verleiten könne, so biete er doch dafür einen Ersatz, er lehre
Duldsamkeit: "You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humour
teaches tolerance ...
|is a heavy price to pay for a sense of humour, there is a compensation that has a |
value too. You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humour
teaches tolerance, and the humorist, with a smile and perhaps a sigh, is more
likely to ...
|Don't tolerate biased humor. If you laugh at an ethnic joke, you're giving your |
child the message that humor at the expense of someone else's background is ...
Teach him that this form of humor or language shows disrespect to people who
are different. ... If you hear him use inappropriate language, don't get angry, but
don't ignore it either. ... Ask them to not talk like that in your or your children's
|well do you think you could tolerate the negative situations or conditions you |
have not yet experienced? ... Take a walk, go downtown, or simply watch your
own family members to see how people handle impatience, dislikes, and overt
seriousness ... or anger, create a positive memory in your daughter's mind by
showing the Patience-Tolerance-Sense of Humor of a saint at a grand dinner
party. CREATIVE VALUE: Teaches us to laugh at, and accept mistakes, no matter
what their size.