The best medicine for healing the emotional
and spiritual “insult” of our current pandemic
When I smile, I’m more the “real” me.
Whom am I really, whom is the “real” me?
Am I more “me” when I frown, or ridicule, or use sarcasm?
Smiling reminds me who I am at my core, at the center of the center of me.
Smiling allows me to function from that beautiful point of light within me, to feel the Spirit’s soothing touch and warming glow, and to embrace (not with resignation or submission) my true nature and my true mission in life.
Smiling helps me to be more genuine, authentic, and transparent.
A genuine smile says, “I am what you see here. I have nothing to hide. I carry not pretenses, and I wear no masks. I am the real me!”
Smile, it is the key that fits
the lock of everybody’s heart.
From The Power of Smiling: Using Positive Psychology For Optimal Health & Healing by Richard P. Johnson, PhD