75 Questions: Day 56

Riddle:  How many seconds are there in one year? (answer near the end of page)

There are 75  days before the exciting start of a new Gregorian calendar year. So, for the next 19 days (Monday – Sunday) the blog postings will ask you just one question. That question may inspire you, it may perplex you, it may anger you, it may be the tipping point to change, or it may even tickle you.

The valuable intent of the 75 questions is to probe, to prompt a reaction, to get you to stretch, to press beyond tradition or boundaries, to think broader, to break free, to face the fear, or liberate you by confirming what you already know for sure. You are only asked to respond with a thoughtful answer to the question.

It’s about loving you. The 75 questions allows you to probe and accept who you are and will become without judgment or criticism.

Riddle Answer: 12 of them: January 2nd, February 2nd, March 2nd, April 2nd, May 2nd, June 2nd, July 2nd, August 2nd, September 2nd, October 2nd, November 2nd, December 2nd.

These 75 question precipitate change. The question is to be a inquiry into pathways of inner change that leaves you feeling more safe, in control, powerful, intrigued, and authentic.

When these amazing emotions are opened up within you (they already exist), you change and your world changes and the whole world changes with you.

Question 56:  Will you share a clean, funny riddle?

Funny Friday

Laughter really is the best healing medicine.  Oftentimes we take ourselves and circumstances to serious and assume a harsh response, but you do not have to live life uptight and defensive.  Lighten up!  Laugh out loud!!!!

Funny joke:

A job applicant was asked, “What would you consider to be your main strengths and weaknesses?”

“Well,” he began, “my main weakness would definitely be my issues with reality—telling what’s real from what’s not.”

“Okay,” said the interviewer. “And what are your strengths?”

“I’m Batman.”  (from readersdigest.com)

Big laughs to you!  Let’s keep it real. Happy Friday.

Friday Funnies

Laughter is medicinal according to author Bill Sears. He contends that God Loves Laughter in his book. Phyllis Diller seems to agree that laughter is the best medicine when she made this pun, “Look at Bob Hope. Look at Milton Berle, George Burns. Look how long they lived.  Seeing the funny side of things keeps you alive.”

Laughter may cultivate optimism. With that in mind, especially since laughter is therapy for those who climb obstacles, I  will devote Fridays to laughter. You may find a joke, riddle, quote, book recommendation, or a cartoon to lighten your life.  This is my first installment.

Laugh – love LIFE!

How do radios greet each other?

                                                                                    A. With airwaves


Send me your jokes. I may publish them here, but they must be clean and contain no profanity. Let’s keep laughter a loud joke.