Category Archives: Healthy smile and laughter

A Genuine Smile Goes a “Long Way”

A genuine smile is an index of your happiness. So, put in a little more joy in your smile. Reach out to others and give a little more of yourself when you smile next time and the next. According to … Continue reading

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The Genuine Smile or fake one?

Most people are surprisingly bad at spotting fake smiles. One possible explanation for this is that it may be easier for people to get along if they don’t always know what others are really feeling. Although fake smiles often look … Continue reading

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In his laughter, there was something not of this world

There are many stories about the sage Hotei which reached enlightenment, his secret, he began to laugh. He lived after this for nearly thirty years, and laughed all these years. Even in his sleep – his disciples was sometimes heard … Continue reading

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Health and Safety at Work

Despite good occupational health and safety regulations, wherever we work – whether it’s an office, a hospital, a nursing home, a factory, outdoors, driving, or whatever – we are all responsible for our own health and safety at our own … Continue reading

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Emotions, feelings and their discharge

Even the most intelligent and most lovely, caring people do not have power protect our partner, friend, child etc from unpleasant situations, emotions or/and feelings. There are people who are afraid of the darkness, of ghosts, from water, from the … Continue reading

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Practical details of “Hour of Pure Love”

We can guess, that all of us, some more some less, have experience of such feelings, like not care for, not heard, not understand at all, rolled over, smash down, rejected, abandoned, discarded, poach, hurt, stigmatized, broken, left behind, misunderstood, … Continue reading

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Why Laughter Is So Good In Relationships

“Laugh as much as you breath and love as long as you live.” ~ Unknown Laughter not only makes us feel good, it also imbues confidence and can be the cement that seals the relationship. Laughter builds trust Laughing out … Continue reading

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Power of smile

“A smile is the shortest distance between two people” is a well known saying and as is the case with most well known sayings very true and helpful. In particular when it comes to public speaking, positive body language and … Continue reading

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