Smile, my dear, And do so broadly, With cheer; Don’t frown; Don’t wear That dirty frowny look On your face; It doesn’t go well; What’s perfect, Undoubtedly, Is a smile! When you smile, You pull down the fence Round my heart, And you can see me Star at you With teary eyes of love Never before known.
I don’t like the look On your face; Wherefrom comes That look? What a frowning face You have! Which indicates Something wrong; You don’t need That frown; What you need On your face Is a smile; Smile! Laugh! And be happy; Instead of wearing A frown, Which makes you ugly; Wear a smile.
Smile to me my love; I don’t like when you frown To me; Smile broadly to me; Your mind is like sun rays; It brightens my day; Smile to me, And warm my heart; Smile to me If you see my spirits down; Feed my Heart with your smiles. When you frown, I am sick; When you frown, You spoil my day; The best thing you can do To me is smile to me.
Be strong and determined Today; And look to the future With hope Not just if the weather Of your aspirations Is bright, But even if the clouds In the sky are darker Than they’ve ever been; Put on a smile Of gratitude to God; If yesterday had its pains, And sorrows, Do not let that ruin The joy of this day; Make way for love, Good feelings, and hope To flow through you This day; Give everyone a smile; And see how your life Will be a chain of smiles.
Soon I will smile again; Good things are beginning To happen to me; Good things had gone On holiday; And was lonely and cold, Like someone sitting on ice; But my hope was not lost; My confidence ad well; I knew better days were ahead; Though coming at slow speed, Coming all the same; And soon to arrive; That is what will happen; And soon I will smile again; As good things will soon Happen again to me.
Smile like me; Please, smile like me; If you see my face As I write this piece, I am smiling; Smiling broadly; I am smiling sweetly; If you want to know why, Many things went well For me today; And continue to do so; The day has been good; And I want a way To let the joy in me Flow to you; I want you to share The joy in my heart; I want your heart to Glow with the light Of happiness like mine. I want you to smile Like me. Will you? Tell me You are smiling like me.
Googling gives you billion answers in nanosecond !
Nothing to compare as to what I am going to tell !!!
If you are eager to know , just answer the following question.
How to tell some one that their breath stinks without hurting their feelings ?
1. When. 2. Where and 3. how to say nice words at the same time stressing the point.
Many times we have seen relationship getting worse when somebody is frank.
Sadly we even avoid the person while in conversation.
And even dread meeting the person.
Or you think it is rude even to give hints etc.
Or just forget everything and continue conversation with the person and just move on….
And quite a few with bad breath go into depression and tend to avoid people or remain in isolation.
Any members ,aware of any Etiquette…if at all it is there ??
Is the ‘Mint’ only solution to overcome this problem ?
That is the reason the World celebrates ‘World Oral Health day’ March 20 and to-day is that day !
Who doesn’t love sparkling smile with lovely set of teeth ?
Why not each and every one of us see the Dentist regularly (once in 6 months) as required.
What are the minimum things we are supposed to do regularly ?
1.Start the dental care for the kids as soon as teeth start forming.2.Brush twice a day,by using proper technique and never forget flossing daily.If you are not aware of flossing take help of you tube or your Dentist.3.Change the tooth-brush once in 3 or 4 months.4.Before going to bed rinse the mouth with anti bacterial solution.5.Forget smoking,tobacco and all other related stuff.6.Eat healthy diet and I need not stress how important this is.7.Consult Dentist once in 6 months.
Ok.Now I come to some common dental problems we face because of our irresponsible habits.
Of course ,these things you already know.
1.BAD breath…this is how I started my topic. 2.Tooth decay.3.Gum disease,4.Tooth sensitivity.5.Oral cancer.6.Of course who enjoys your unpleasant & un-attractive smile ?
Members suggestions/ opinions appreciated.
Image credit -FDI World Dental Federation.
World Oral Health Day is celebrated every year on 20 March. It is an international day to celebrate the benefits of a healthy mouth and to promote worldwide awareness of the issues around oral health and the importance of oral hygiene to looking after everyone old and young. source-World Dental Federation-FDI
alone this morning, in the sun, with miles of smiles… I’ve led a life few know
or could imagine. I ran the gamut of memories – from death-defying
courageousness to the fonder moments of sledding, crabbing, and sailing off the
beaches of the Chesapeake Bay. I’ve ventured to places some only read about,
such as Hong Kong and Korea, but I always returned to the comforts of my heart.
age and experience equal wisdom, I find myself now complete. I can honestly say
I know who I am today, but in the beginning, it was a “Rocky Horror Show.” I began
as an educationally handicapped child who also suffered through my parent’s
complexing divorce situation. Every day it seemed each of their tales led nowhere
or even served a purpose. Then one day, they passed in grace, along with my
predecessors. Could fate allow me to live a better life?
often asked myself how many times will God
give us a second chance? Some friends lived through heart attacks, and some
should be dead from serious accidents. How often God picks us up and brushes us
off, I don’t know, but I do know He protects us like no other insurance plan.
In three months, my high school class will celebrate our 50th-year reunion. Many will come to celebrate and some cannot, but the miles of smiles will include my love for each one. The comradery we share will live in infamy. As I read the list of classmate obituaries, I recognize they, too, touched my life. I pray for them as God, I’m sure, will take them home to be with Him one day. This is their second chance at life!
miles of smiles over the years had a few frowns, but it was just a smile turned
upside down. Today I look back and wish only one thing… I listened to God when
He first whispered in my ear. I walked a lonely road, in 1985, in the afternoon’s
sunset with my aspiring wife, and then she disappeared for thirty years. Second
chances just don’t come around for everyone as I recognize in my classmates. We
are not cats who land on our feet and have nine lives. But, those miles of
smiles I missed with her, only enhances my gratitude for her now. God knows for
sure how much meaning she gives to my life every morning.
miles of smiles is our destiny to eternity for all of us. It’s the crosswalks
we crossed in our youth as we sat under the moonlit night. It is the memories
of those childhood times. How grateful I am to live long enough to appreciate
those adolescent years!
so complete in these last chapters of my life’s autobiography. I hold my wife’s
hand, and we meander where time will never end. It’s the same place we shared
when God introduced her love for me… miles of smiles ago, in the sand.
Smile from your heart, my love;
Smile many times over;
Smile and warm my heart;
Smile and light up my day;
Smile in that your charming way;
Smile a broad smile;
Smile and look more beautiful;
Smile like the morning sun;
Smile, the world will smile back;
Smile now, right away.
Smile to me with love and cheer.