1 Corinthians 13
Pride and anger are enemies of humor, and Paul addresses both of these menaces in 1 Cor 13- . “Love is . . . not proud . . . it is not easily angered.” One of the basic ingredients of a healthy sense of humor is the ability to laugh at yourself. When we’re puffed up with pride, we don’t laugh at ourselves; rather we get angry and huffy when things go wrong. If you want people to feel comfortable around you, to enjoy being with you, then learn to laugh at yourself and find humor in life’s little mishaps. Laughter oils the squeeky parts of life and keeps your engine hummin’.