Tuesday, September 22, 2009

“Humour is dead. Long live humour!”

"Humourlessness is a sort of cultural swine flu. Given the epidemic proportion it has now reached, humour needs to be put on a high premium nationally. The gain thereby is sure to be, in the long run, far greater than the loss or harm that could eventuate from it. And that will be the case, even for the aam aadmi".

Read the entire article at http://www.hindu.com/2009/09/22/stories/2009092255370900.htm

2 comments:

indianhomemaker said...

Haven't yet seen the article yet, but seeing how holy humour can be, or how unholy...cow! err I mean wow!! I value humour!
Given the epidemic proportion it has now reached, humour needs to be put on a high premium nationally.

Krishnan said...

yes Indianhomemaker, we should know to laugh at ourselves. Humour is highly therapeutic.