Jan Cox Talk 1064

Humor, Though Ubiquitous, Is Least Discussed, & Studied Endeavor

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#1064 Dec 18, 1992 – 1:00 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :33. All the Secondary Level World affronts, threats and insults of civilization are based on the lack of seriousness. All morality is the treating of the being of others seriously. Too much unpredictability, variety = lack of seriousness. Acts can be deadly, only words can be serious.

Note that humor, although ubiquitous as a “time-out” from seriousness, is the least discussed, debated or studied of all human endeavor. Seriousness disguises meaninglessness, emptiness.