We lost George Harrison 10 years ago today.  He died of lung cancer at age  58 on November 29, 2001. But his musical legacy lives on and most of us remember his heartfelt spirituality and his distinctly Liverpudlian wit.  Well, o.k., wait.  Maybe not everyone remembers his wit.  But his humor found an outlet through the production company he co-founded, Handmade Films, which produced the hilarious Monty Python film, Life of Brian (which most likely wouldn't have been made without him).  George put to rest (or should have) the notion that someone who's dedicated to a spiritual path has no sense of humor.  To that end, let me offer you a clip from Life of Brian, just in time for the Christmas holiday: