Tuesday, August 12, 2008

SMILE!!!

My Definition :The most inexpensive way to look good!!

Just stand in front of the mirror and try to frown, be angry, irritated, frustrated…. Although you are not just try…………be very aggressive making sounds ….have the anger to hit any one hard J
And now just Smile!! Which is easier?? The answer is obvious!!!!!!!!!
Its takes 72 muscles to frown and 14 to Smile :)
So why to take so much effort and strain our muscles…………
Yes you know you are happy cz you are smiling….You can Smile any time.. Now!! Now is the moment…
Smile.. Be Happy!!
Yesterday is past and tomorrow is a mystery……….Today is the best day that you have….So Smile and be grateful for this moment!!
Here is a beautiful example that Bawa(My AOL Teacher) gives:
When we think of our Past, it is full of regrets, anger and guilt- It’s a hot temperament
When we think of our Future, there is anxiety and fear- It’s a cold temperament
Imagine a Samosa- put it on stove(for heating) than fridge, than again stove than fridge, basically thanda garam, thanda garam, thanda garam….!!
What will happen to the Samosa??? Will it be in a state to be eaten??
That’s exactly what we do with our minds!!!!! Past-Future, Past Future……….and on and on…
Stop it NOW!!! Just be in this moment and be Happy!! :) SMILE:)!!!!!!!!

10 comments:

Just another Indian said...

nice !! brought a smile on my face :)

Confusious said...

welcome ! nice debut ! please post regularly now, & publish your feed so we can subscribe.

Bacchu said...

Good Job!!!!

29 views already. Go on expand the wall around u.

KUNAL said...

Gr8 Job!Keep It Up!So always smile and make others smile :)

Jay said...

nice post....came at a time when my head was just about to boil negotiating on the phone, keep posting more
jgd :)

Shruti Poojari said...

hey it was grt.......thanx 4 bringing a smile on my face...
jgd...
waiting 4 ur next post....

nd do comment on my post

Parvez Mansuri said...

Hey!!!

Waiting for more from you..

siddharth asar said...

wow wonderful !!!

siddharth asar said...

wow wonderful

Bhavik Udani said...

Food for thought...great analogy!!!
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