When I was younger and someone offended me, I would frown so much that my father would tell me that if I didn’t stop, my face would remain like that.
I was scared of my face becoming wrinkled and ugly and so I tried to smile whenever I caught myself frowning. These days, smiling has become second nature and I feel so much lighter when I smile, like the troubles of this world can’t touch me.
Smiling, has a way of lightening the heart of its burdens. Smiles can work wonders, open doors and melt hearts. It is a common saying also that smiling makes your enemies confused.
So, smile all the time if you can and you will live a healthier and happier life.
– May Okanigbe