Tuesday, April 21, 2015

I once asked Rav Aharon Lichtenstein about the Jewish view on humor. He said (in part) that he felt uncomfortable around someone who didn't seem to have a sense of humor. He said he didn't have a makor for it, said that maybe this viewpoint was from the influence of his "western upbringing."

I think he was saying that it's important for us be human and that it's important for us to let each other know we're human and to connect with each other on a human level.

Yehi zichro baruch.


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