Without a decent sense of humor, I never would have survived the last couple years, as it was an unbelievably bizarre tragedy. Fortunately, since miles of separation and safety, my innate sense of humor has been able to emerge again. I began to see the tragic comedy or a comedic tragedy of the whole situation and began to picture cartoons to ease the pain of reality.
I just came across some cool site about creating cartoons and comics for various settings.
“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter
and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss
Living on the edge does not mean you have to be a rock climber, sky diver, deep sea explorer or work with explosive chemicals. We can “live on the edge” is like taking the road less traveled.
A Yahoo Answers guest wrote: “It means to live in the moment with no ability to plan for the future or live responsibly. If you are maturing you do not ‘live life on the edge’. That’s a very big part of growing up.”