Foolosophy: Humor Is the Key to a Healthy Mind

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Happy About, Jan 1, 2007 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 189 pages
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If you can develop your sense of humor and learn to laugh at yourself daily, I guarantee you will feel like the most successful person on Earth. The only problem with this advice is it is coming to you from the biggest fool/failure that ever lived. In my mind, it only proves how effective humor and laughing at oneself can be to overcome everything in life, even our own thoughts and feeling of being worthless. It is the beautiful expression coined on Saturday Night Live (SNL), 'I'm not worthy...' In foolosophy, everyone is worthy of being laughed at with the proper love and intention."

The book is a compilation of stories and essays written and told through Darrell Ruocco's voice about the importance of keeping humor in mind at all times. ' Does My Smile Confuse You?' explains humor so that the reader can go out in the streets and develop their own sense of it based on what they see.

The goal for the book is to raise people's awareness of the importance of humor. With humor in mind, all negatives become positives. Hopefully, the book will be the beginning of a movement in the right direction...

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