Quote by Doris Roberts
Humor is imperative, more important than food. You have a choice when someone dies. You can lie down or get back into life. Do something for someone else.
This quote emphasizes the critical role of humor in our lives, asserting that it is even more vital than satisfying our basic needs like food. When faced with the loss of a loved one, the quote suggests that we confront a choice - to succumb to grief and withdraw from life or to retain our active engagement in the world. By encouraging us to do something for others, it implies that helping and supporting others holds the key to recovering from personal pain and finding renewed purpose and joy. Humor becomes a powerful tool to find lightness and hope amid darkness.
Ese mismo aÃ±o, un grupo de astrÃ³nomos encabezado por Cornell H. Mayer recibiÃ³ ondas deradio procedentes de Venus y quedÃ³ atÃ³nito al ver que la intensidad de esas ondas equivalÃa a la quecabÃa esperar de un objeto mucho mÃ¡s caliente de lo que se creÃa que era Venus. De ser eso cierto, nopodrÃa haber ocÃ©ano planetario en Venus; de hecho, no podÃa haber agua lÃquida de ninguna clase (y asÃse echÃ³ a perder mi pobre novela, que sÃ³lo hacÃa dos aÃ±os que habÃa sido publicada).
Every year I tell myself that I'm not going to read any reviews and then I do. We're all human and when I read something negative it hurts. I think when you write it's part of the game, you're going to get some good reviews and some bad reviews and that's how it goes. I don't write for the reviews.