There's Something about your Smile
Smile more often, something about your smile. smile shows your heart
Have you ever looked at someone that's smiling and thought to yourself, ‘Wow, there’s just something about their smile that touches me.’ It’s for that reason that one of the best compliments you can receive is someone telling you that you have a beautiful smile.
And you can’t fake a genuine smile. I believe that when you smile you are opening the viewing window into your heart.
Now if you take a look at the photo I posted today, you may be cringing asking me, LeeZa, this guy, really? Yes it’s a picture of Simon Cowell smiling and thank you Simon for allowing me to use you to prove a point. Simon has the reputation for being a bit harsh on the talent shows he hosts. But when he’s touched by someone, his smile certainly shows something else as he displays his genuine self. Some of you may think that it he’s smiling because he’s found an odd talent that will make him millions, but I see something different. I see a warm loving, caring man who has let the cat out of the bag to those of us who are sensitive to knowing the difference.
Now Simon, I’m sure that by me writing this, most people won’t believe me, so if I’m right it will stay between you and I and those closest to you. I know that there’s more to you than meets the eye and your smile shows your true nature that under that “so called” mean exterior is a heart that shines so bright, it warms those it touches.
Okay, enough about Simon Cowell. Let’s talk about you now. Did you also know that smiling actually makes you feel better inside and can brighten someone else’s day? I share my smile, hoping that it touches the receiver's heart. It's in those greetings to passers-by when my love shines through my smile.
Even the people with harsh reputations show their heart when they smile. Why not try smiling more often and sharing your heart with the world!
Wishing you a day filled with smiles and love,
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