See Life Through Laughter 1

 

Laughter is the purest meditation. When we encounter any problem, laugh first and the problem will go away. – SMCH

1. FINDING A MEDICAL TERM

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A man went into a doctor’s office and told the doctor that he had a problem. He said that he could not do anything around the house to help his wife at all. So the doctor gave him a good, thorough examination.  The patient asked, “What is wrong with me, doctor? Just tell me in simpleterms .What’s wrong with me?”  The doctor said, “Okay, really simply: You are lazy.” So the patient said, “Okay. But now you have to give me a medical term so that I can explain to my wife.”

2. GIVING THANKS!

A teenager had just received her permit to drive for the first time, so she drove her parents to the church. It was a hair-raising, goose-bump filled ride from the house to the church. After they finally arrived at the church, the mother got out. “Thank you!” And the daughter said, “Any time!” So the mother said, “ I wasn’t talking to you !””

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3. UNINVITED GUESTS

After checking into his hotel room, a businessman saw a dead cockroach on the floor, so he called the service counter and demanded to speak to the manager.

When he got through, he complained with great, great commotion.

“Please calm down, sir,” said the manager.

“Since the cockroach is already dead, it won’t do you any harm.”

The businessman replied, “The deceased is fine, but the relatives and friends who come to attend his funeral really make me sick!”

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4. WHY DOCTORS WEAR MARKS

Once a small child asked his father, “Father, why do doctors always have to wear masks in the operating room?” And the father replied, “In case something goes wrong, no one will know who they are.”

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5. GOD’S CHILD

A preschooler asked his mother, “Mom, tomorrow our teacher is going to ask who my father is. What should I say?” The mother said, “Just tell her that God is your father!”

The next day, the boy went to school, and the teacher asked him, “Who is your father?” Scratching his scalp, the boy could not find an answer to the question. The teacher asked again, “Who is your father?”

The child confessed, “I used to think that Mr. Smith was my father. But yesterday my mother told me that I am the son of another person, and I cannot remember his name!”

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