Tag: smile

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There is a huge difference between smiling even when you are suffering and suffering even when you are smiling. The difference is the “platform” where you believe you are placed on and who you believe yourself to be. If you come from the understanding of who you really are and what you are made of, you will…




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Rejoicing is an important State of feeling which makes us feel good. It is a sharing feeling with others about their good deeds. If we become habituated to this practice, then it will bring us happiness, even with the small, good activities of others. Rejoicing in the happiness of other’s is a wonderful way to…




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Smiling, anger and clumsiness etc. Why do those expressions change our facial expression often? Are they due to changes in our body? These expressions are like changing colors of a flower, on our face. These facial expressions are a projection of our inner attitudes or states of mind. They are just a medium, through which…




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Mar 19

Future?

“So, what are you gonna do when you graduate? Do you have a plan? Did you apply for a job? Where do you want to work? Are you looking for something? You should just get out there and network?” -people, family, friends, etc. that care about you. … Ever feel overwhelmed about “finding your purpose”?…




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Trigger Warning- this post will be discussing self-harm. Please don’t read it if you’re sensitive to content of this nature, and take care of yourself! Hello Internet, it’s me, Queertastic (again. I’m on here a lot. If you want to hear more from me about mental health issues and other miscellaneous nonsense, find me at…




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I think we all under estimate the power of our words. The amazing feeling that rushes through our veins when we receive a compliment from a loved one, friend or even a complete stranger. I think we should all make more of a conscious effort to encourage positive thinking within others, all it takes is one sentence…




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Ron Gutman reviews a raft of studies about smiling, and reveals some surprising results. Did you know your smile can be a predictor of how long you’ll live — and that a simple smile has a measurable effect on your overall well-being? Prepare to flex a few facial muscles as you learn more about this…