When (and How) to Laugh

All things have their season . . . A time to weep, and a time to laugh. Eccl. 3:1, 4 Didymus the Blind (313-398) tells us that there are two kinds of weeping, one praiseworthy, one reprehensible; and likewise with laughing. Laughter is destructive when it proceeds from “a life which is prone more toContinue reading “When (and How) to Laugh”