The secret power of a smile.

There are hundreds of languages in the world but a smile speaks them all. Anonymous.

October 5th, 2012 is Word Smile Day.  Do an act of kindness. Help one person smile!

World Smile Day is celebrated on the first Friday in the month of October every year. The idea of World Smile Day was coined and initiated by Harvey Ball, a commercial artist from Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvey Ball is known to have created the Smiley Face in 1963.[1] The World’s first World Smile Day was held in the year 1999 and has been held annually since.-from Wikipedia.

The Au Pair program is a cultural exchange program. The program helps Au Pairs and Host Families explore other cultures. If they don’t understand sometimes each other- here is the secret power of a smile 🙂 – the universal language of kindness.

Did you know that a smile can predict how long you will live and that a simple smile has a significant impact on your well-being in general?

Scientifically proven that smiling prolong life. A smile strengthens your immune system. A smile can really improve your physical health too. Your body is more relaxed when you smile, which promotes good health.

A smile relieves stress. Your body immediately starts to produce endorphins, when you smile, even when forcing yourself to do it. This sudden change of mood to help you feel better and relieve stress.

A smile makes a person more attractive, sociable and confident.  When people smile a lot they are more likely to be successful.

Also smile is a universal sign of happiness. Despite the fact that the handshakes, hugs and bows have different meanings in different cultures. A smile is known around the world and in all cultures as a sign of happiness and approval 🙂

A smile is an international language, everybody can understand a  smile.

Lets celebrate World Smile Day – and make someone smile today!

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Hilma
    Jan 07, 2013 @ 18:42:49

    Heya, I came across this blog and I find It truly helpful & it helped me out much.

    Reply

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