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In That Smile

In that smile…

—Beauty has as many meanings as man has moods; it is the symbol of symbols. Beauty reveals everything because it expresses nothing.

—Time cools, time clarifies; no state of mind can be kept completely unchanged over the course of the hours.

—Unstable mood and inconsistency are the greatest weaknesses of human nature.

—The whims of our mood are even more bizarre than those of luck.

—The calm or agitation of our mood does not depend so much on the most important things that happen to us in life, as on a comfortable or unpleasant arrangement of the little things that happen every day.

—The propensity for happiness, and therefore good humor, is not a matter of “moods”, but I would dare to say a real ethical duty, not only because it nourishes the group around us with positivity, but because it presupposes a good knowledge of oneself, which automatically limits the immoderate breadth of our desires, accepting only those compatible with our possibilities.

—If everyone did it even just once a day, give a smile, you imagine what an incredible contagion of good humor would spread over the earth?

In that smile, there was the meaning of everything I was looking for.

The bravest decision you make every day is to be in a good mood.

(Voltaire)

… I almost gave up everything and became happy …

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Rached Alimi
Rached Alimi
My name is Rached Alimi. I am a Senior Director with over thirty-five years of banking experience in this field and in other more complex ones. Titles don't mean anything. Our actions are what is truly priceless. I love to dig into the depths of being and seize the most beautiful pearls to share with those who are capable of receiving them. I love to write and think, and I am convinced that a careful reading of the works of a writer makes his personality and understanding surface much more than the knowledge presented within his biography. Because the latter reflects what he has in common with the rest of humanity, as presented in his works.

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  1. For many, the smile is simply an involuntary response to what brings you joy or laughter. While this observation is certainly true, what most people overlook is that smiling can be as much an involuntary response as it is a conscious and powerful choice. Countless scientific studies have confirmed that a genuine smile is generally considered attractive to others around us. Other studies have highlighted how the act of smiling can elevate your mood and the mood of those around you. A strong link was also found between good health, longevity and smile frequency. Above all, studies have shown that the mere physical act of smiling (by moving the corners of the mouth up), can have both short and long-term health and wellness benefits, whether it is the result of real joy or simply. a voluntary and conscious act.

  2. A smile can brighten the day for someone. Smile at a person and they will join you in tha smile. Thus a smoke benefits both parties.

    A smile is contagious. A smile releases a signal in the heart and mind that breaks ice for those who receive or give a smile.

    A truly genuine smile can open up the doors of friendship an camaraderie.

    A smile is a pure joy, because it is not limited to one person.

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