At an early age my mother once told me to ” Dare to be different as you smile”. And so the stage was set for life. Agree with me. Being hired because of smile and a dare to be different was definitely a weird scenario. Yet, to some extent a large lingering lesson from earlier times had been reinforced.
Smile. The action of release engages the inner child. No matter how old you feel, how shattering your day, look for the smile.
“At all Times Dare to Be” the one who starts the migration of the smile.
Dare to be the best you can be.
So many people have past by the smallest of uplifting experiences.
Given up hope of ever again having a smile touch the lips of an angel land upon their face.
The dark of the gloom leaves when the soft breeze of the butterfly wings graces their day.
A child you see from the caterpillar comes a emerges a butterfly.
Until the time a child knows that from the caterpillar emerges a butterfly they live in wonder.
Where too would a balloon float too. Is there a balloon heaven somewhere out, in these galaxies? How far the older knowledge has changed?
Yet, in their innocence they dare to question the sameness of their world.
As adults sometimes the loss may be felt as we wonder “Where have all the smiles gone?” Did they float away too?
Until a smile is released. Dare to come your way with the lightest touch of grace, innocence and wonder.
Everywhere you go. Everyone you talk too needs a Smile. Dare to stand out. Let the world see you both smile and, as Steve Maraboli one stated, “At all times dare to be”. Especially as you smile.
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