Monday, February 16, 2009

The Value Of The Invaluable Genuine Smile

Among many things that can make a person like you; a smile tops the list. It is a simple way for the first good impression. Thus cultivating a sweet smile can work wonders into your life; in relationship and at the work place.

A research conducted by Communication scientist indicated that those who smile3 more frequently live longer than their frowning counterparts. Just consider this: a lot of energy is used while frowning than smiling! Researchers in America found out that women smiled more than men by checking their faces; women in the study had laugh lines while men had furrow lines.

A smile always costs nothing but creates much for it enriches those who receive it without improvising those who give it. A smile is the only thing that you can give and receive it at the same time. A sweet genuine smile may happen in a flash but it memory sometimes lasts forever.

So great is the value of a genuine smile that none is so rich they can’t go along without it and so poor but are richer from its benefit. A sweet genuine smile creates happiness in the home’ foster good will in business and is the counter sign of friendship.

Happy couples can be gauged by how often they smile together and at each other for it shows appreciation of each other. In a relationship a genuine smile is rest to couples weary of the world, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine when sad and nature’s best antidote for world’s trouble. So when your partner is so tired to give you a smile; may you leave one of yours? For nobody needs a smile so much as those with none left to give.

The value of a genuine is so great that it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen for it is something that is of no earthly good to anybody till it is given away. A genuine smile comes from the heart compared to plastic or rubbery smile meant to pacify and flatter.

Consider this anecdote for the value of a genuine smile:

One Christmas a young poor girl was to sing a carol at a humble church. The congregation sat silently as the girl walked to the podium; her hair was held back by a simple ribbon and the cheap clothes were pressed neatly. Although poor the girl had a big heart full of love. On the congregation sat a millionaire who was passing through the village. The millionaire was sad because his doctor had diagnosed him of cancer and he had a year to live.

All the eyes trailed the girl; she turned faced the congregation and gave a sweet beaming smile that lit up the church. The millionaire felt the heavy cloud of despair being lifted, the valley of depression filling with joy and the mountain of sadness melting away.

A year later on his will the millionaire instructed his lawyer to divide his wealth to everybody who made him happy and guess what: the little girl was an heiress.

Please smile
For it costs nothing but creates much
Your smile is rest when am weary
The daylight when discouraged
Sweet sunshine when sad
Please give me the nature’s best antidote for trouble
Hey girl please smile
When am so tired, angry and frowning
May I ask you to leave a soothing smile
For thou smile is sweet
To whoever has none to offer
Just part your rosy lips
Just give me the invaluable smile
So that I can see your dimple
On a beautiful face without a pimple
Truly thy smile can’t be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen
For a sweet smile is void of earthly good
Till it is given away
Face the world with a big smile
The big mirror reflects on what you do
It will truly smile back;
Create happiness in the home
Foster good will in the business
Countersign friendship and love
Hi my girl
Though in a flash you may smile
The sweet memoirs are forever etched in me heart
Thus smile but not from a mile
So if you want people to like you: SMILE

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