Back in the 1950s, the Reader’s Digest used to have a little feature called ‘Laughter Is The Best Medicine’, one of the many pearls of wisdom imparted by that amazing publication.
Today, I had cause to be angry with someone, so I composed an email, detailing the causes of my anger with ice-cold precision. It took me about an hour to write.
I didn’t send it, of course, and nobody, including me, will ever read it. But it did the trick. By the time I pressed the ‘Don’t Save’ button, I was laughing, mainly at myself.