How can you smile when it seem the world closed its door on you? How can you smile when everything don’t go according to plan? How can you smile when hatred and bitterness lingers on? How can you smile when you’re being laugh at? How can you smile when no one believes in you? How can you smile when hope keep fading away? How can you smile when you keep losing?
One harmless costless gesture yet sometimes can be a hard thing to express.
Smile is very important. It opens door to many opportunities. It brightens people’s day. It’s a window to your soul. Smile draws people to you. Just one simple smile can change circumstances.
Smile – might as well be the first language of love.
When you’re beaten and down it’s hard to smile. When things go bad you can’t smile. When you don’t feel right you can’t smile. When there’s no one to turn to it’s hard to smile. It’s hard to keep a smiling face!
But while ‘smile’ can be freely given sometimes it can be taken the wrong way. Others will think you’re strange or even ask and approach you, ‘What are you smiling at’? In these time of days we have become more careful, protective and somewhat un-trustworthy. But that’s human nature. Our primary concern should always be ourselves.
Smile is like medicine that spread quickly and heals the wandering soul. It’s contagious and acts like an antidote for the lost and unhappy. It’s a silent message of love. It’s a symbol of hope that there’s still good people in the land.
I like to smile and always make sure I greet someone with my smile. But I’m also guilty of being careful, protective and untrustworthy. I too have my days. But I realised when I keep my smiling face the problems or circumstances gradually fade away or solve itself unexpectedly. I also realised people smile back at you and you get a better interaction with another person.
Smile as often as you can. Smile whenever you get a chance. Smile at your problems not because you have them but because you will get through them. Smile even when they don’t smile back. Smile regardless of what people might say or think of you. We all have something to smile about and even if we don’t smile anyway because being alive and having enough for the day is a good reason to keep smiling.
I smile as often as I can whenever I can. I don’t need special reason to smile I just keep on smiling because when I smile all things work out well for me!