I think so too. There's like two sides of laughter, one is where it's liberating and one where it absorbs the holy light it tries to 'reveal'. Like how all people do shine, but in different light.
I like how you're able to scatter your thoughts into words. The synthesizing mind can make wonder of something broken into pieces and give it a sort of function, that serves to shaping the world in due time and so forth, hopefully, with divine guidance.
Usually I think it's like this: "I can't make up my own damn mind about *shit* and *shit* is BAD! Thinking *shit* is *wrongthink*!. This is why I *need* to laugh at *shit*".
Thus choosing pain every time being reminded about the splinter in the sole of feet.
Often I think it's sex that really hits the nerve. I don't think it's beneficial for greater good to make fun of people being "bad". I don't even think I should laugh at people unless they're making fun of themselves or something flip-floppety silly, like how the wind changes or the waddle of a duck walking. Admitting your ego is the silliest part about yourself is a great statement, I think.
The ego is incredibly good at lowering standards for the gain of its own inflation, even though it never can materialize itself, which I think it believes it can. I think you need to draw lines in the sand about that. The human spirit really do choose suffering often, and you won't be able to think yourself back to God.
Loving everything unconditionally is a great way to reach God, as the energy is a mystery and the only real standard, or force, is how love just is, and is a never ending stream directly from the creator.
It's the Ego version that makes fun of our drives and directives, and the higher ones is the one that has to do with revelations and insights.
Like laughing at people being genuinely unlucky and hurting themselves badly - and trying to laugh away your compassion that makes you feel the pain on yourself.
You simply can love everything away, like pain. Fear. Sorrow. Truths help as well. And I tend to stick to them. Will helps, too, and happiness fuels you and is just a moment away from love if you give the energy away with compassion, generocity and care. We really are what we do. Life is movement. We create energy around us.
Truths are often very humorous. Insights might be as well when they're healing, I think. Looking at people getting hurt might not be, but they might just be incredibly stupid as well. The result of their actions might come instantaneously.
May we all be able to shrug off our compassion to be better suited elsewhere when people are too far away from our reach to help, and our hearts can't show us the way.
In even the darkest part of one's being lies the seed of some"thing" to shine - or jump out from the void. In the biggest of hearts lies the potential of a black hole.
Most humor in public is degrading something, or someone. It can be very addicting for people to laugh of things that overall, in my opinion, instead would be neutral in context. If people don't realize they're leeching off the energy they're just robots for the devil.
They're trying to make sense of it. Their sense.
God is in all of us and all of us are able to create the tune that heals everything around us. Fear is not bad. It can tell when something is off the charts or someone close to you aren't nice to be around. You just got a choice to make about it. Let things come, and so, hopefully, let them be. For me, the prayer to be able to let bygones be bygones is what it takes to move on, and contemplation in silence is the best prayer there is. That's inner peace.
That was my ramble-bamble! Thanks for yours!