A daily dose of Inspiration for you!

Yada, yada, yada!  Have you used this famous phrase to shorten a story?  If so, the phrase may also make you smile or laugh.  When it was first used on Seinfeld to shorten stories by George’s girlfriend he liked it.  When it got funny for viewers is when she used it to shorten a story and George wanted all the details of the story.  We do not know if Jerry Seinfeld or his co-writer Larry David came up with yada, yada, yada, but one thing is known.  Jerry Seinfeld has produced laughs for years.

Comedy and laughter produce mental and health benefits.  Comedy not only makes people happy, it can also inspire us.  Jerry Seinfeld’s semiautobiographical comedy has improved many lives and is still changing and inspiring people.  Jerry Seinfeld is known as a comedian, actor, writer, and producer.  Seinfeld is in syndication and has been a part of our culture since 1989. A lot more could be said about the show, but I’ll just say, “Yada, yada, yada.”

Comedy can be inspirational, however Jerry Seinfeld is inspirational for more than his humor.  He has been married to his wife Jessica since 1999.  He is a father of three children.  He has created and invested in things that he cares about.  The Seinfeld Family Foundation invests in education, children’s services, health charities, Jewish organizations, and funding for the arts.  Jessica Seinfeld founded a charity in 2000 that supports underprivileged women and children.  She has also authored a healthy cookbook designed to instill good eating habits in children.

Cars, baseball, and politics are a big part of Jerry Seinfeld’s life.  Yada, yada, yada.  Smile, laugh, share some comedy today!

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