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Give A Smile A Day
Making a Difference in the World with a Smile is all it Takes
Posted May 22, 2012 in
A smile is one of the most powerful gestures on planet earth!
A smile is free, and can be given as well as received for nothing. It takes very little energy from the body, and the rewards that can be created from them are priceless.
So make a difference in someones life today, a stranger on the street, your spouse, co-worker, friend, or someone you love.
Smiles are contagious and can spread rapidly
Around the world people are campaigning to spread smiles.
A group of volunteer group "
Students Spreading Smiles
International University of Science and Technology
has a goal to spread as many smiles as possible to people of all ages...
In Canada, the
Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association
World's Largest Smiley Face
Record with 2961 people helping it to happen.
Avolon Heights International School
Vashi, Navi Mumba
i, started a campaign "
." The group "Citizen Journalist" came up with the idea spreading smiles globally, in the
Design for Change contest.
In a country where peace and love are rare
, has a goal to
on as many underprivileged and sick children in
, as they possibly can.
Even a little
music, along with a simple deck of cards can create a smile
Music can make us smile, but most of the time it is the person behind the music that really creates it. Nominated with the best smile in the world,
one man was able to to make millions smile
with one of the most beautiful, sincere smiles in the world.
Share a smile.
"You'll find that life is still worthwhile, if you just smile."
― Charles Chaplin
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