#Your Genuine Smile#

The power of a genuine smile is often underestimated. A genuine smile can brighten up someone’s day, make them feel appreciated, and even change their outlook on life.

But with the rise of social media and the constant need to present a perfect image, it’s becoming more and more difficult to tell the difference between a genuine and a fake smile.

But why is a genuine smile so important?

It’s because it’s an expression of genuine happiness and positivity. When you smile genuinely, you’re showing the world that you’re happy, content, and at peace. It’s contagious and can spread joy to those around you.

There is a beautiful story of Lady Lila who feels the difference.

Lila was born into a wealthy family. She had everything she could ever want: a big house, fancy cars, designer clothes, and the best education. Her parents made sure she wanted for nothing. However, despite all her material possessions, Lila was always unhappy.

Lila was born with a resting scowl on her face, which made people think she was unapproachable and unfriendly. She had no real friends, and even her family members seemed to avoid her company. Lila tried to force herself to smile, but it felt fake and forced.

Lila tried to force herself to smile,

One day, Lila decided to visit a small village in the countryside to get away from her lonely life in the city. As she was walking through the village, she saw a group of children playing and laughing together. They seemed so happy and carefree, and Lila couldn’t help but feel envious.

Are you okay?

She approached the children and asked if she could join in their games. But as soon as they saw her scowl, they hesitated and looked at each other. One of the children, a little girl with a big smile on her face, approached Lila and said, “You don’t look very happy. Are you okay?”

Lila was taken aback. No one had ever shown concern for her like that before. She tried to smile, but it felt forced. The little girl looked at her and said, “It’s okay if you don’t feel like smiling. Just be yourself. We’ll like you either way.”

Lila was amazed by the little girl’s kindness. She felt like she had found a friend. She started to spend more time with the children in the village, and soon she felt like a part of their group. They didn’t care about her material possessions or her scowl. They accepted her for who she was.

They all smiled a lot

As Lila spent more time with the children, she noticed that they all had something in common. They all smiled a lot. They smiled when they played, they smiled when they talked, and they even smiled when they were doing chores. Their genuine smiles made Lila feel happy too. She realized that her forced smile was not enough. She needed to learn how to smile genuinely.

One day, Lila decided to ask the little girl who had shown her kindness, how she managed to smile so much. The little girl smiled even wider and said, “I smile because I’m happy. I have a lot of friends, and I feel loved. When you’re happy, it’s easy to smile.”

Lila realized that she had been looking for happiness in all the wrong places. She had thought that her material possessions would bring her happiness, but she had been wrong. Happiness came from genuine human connections, from feeling loved and accepted.

She was no longer the unhappy

Lila started to work on herself. She took the little girl’s advice and started to focus on the things that made her happy. She volunteered at a local animal shelter, started to read more books, and even took up painting. As she started to find happiness in these small things, she found that she was smiling more genuinely.

When Lila returned to the city, her family and friends were amazed by the change in her. She was no longer the unhappy, scowling woman they had known. She was now someone who smiled genuinely and radiated happiness.

She received a valuable lesson

Lila realized that the little girl in the village had taught her a valuable lesson. If you want people to like you, you have to be happy with yourself first. No amount of material possessions or fake smiles could ever replace genuine happiness and human connections.

From that day on, Lila made a promise to herself to focus on the things that made her truly happy. She realized that happiness was not something you could buy or force. It was something that came from within.

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5 replies

  1. Beautiful story with a great message. You’re so right, it’s too easy to get caught up focusing on the wrong things. Happiness has to.come from within, and we need to understand what things will make us happy

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  2. Beautiful work yet again sir! 👏🏻


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