A Culture of Humor

Humor is typically in the eye of the beholder. Our culture shifts on what people think is humorous. Those in younger generations look at slap stick comedy and twist up their faces as not understanding it. Older generations look at comedians working the circuit today and don’t appreciate their comments about the present day situations. Humor can both bring us together as much as it can push us apart. The challenge is respecting the various opinions each person has on the subject matter and allowing them their space to enjoy it accordingly.