Have you ever sat and watched people? In a mall, at the park, while you wait in line, while sitting at a red light and many more places.
When I was much younger our parents took us to most social functions as we didn't have baby sitters in my era. Children attended dances, strawberry socials, church dinners as an outing and a chance to meet new people. As a child I was very aware of energy given off by people in general, although at the time I had no idea what it was all about.
I would say to my Dad, "how come that man is so angry; or why is that lady sad? My father would brush it off with an answer that satisfied me at the time but if I had known then what I know now - wow! I remember people telling me I had a beautiful smile but of course I could never see it from the inside. So today I am thinking about Smile Therapy.
Instead of finding fault or judging others perhaps a new self therapy would work. The world has so much anger and hate I feel a few smiles would help things out.
Each face you meet, give them a smile, observe their eyes, are they sad or bright or dark? No words are necessary when you smile; it seems it's a universal language that may brighten someone's day.
Imagine the city workers who go out very early in the morning to do their job, it's often cold or wet this time of year. Often they are cleaning up after thoughtless people who don't care about their city. The worker then crosses paths with an early morning person that sends them the brightest smile. Wow! Their day was made so much better.
If you gave your smile to everyone you meet for just one day, can you imagine how you may make that person's day a whole lot better.
On of my favorite things is people watching - observing life, as I work in energy therapy and tend to pick up on vibrations around me. A smile says so many things if not in words. Try it for yourself.
My Blog is about my every day life and also about life in general. You may also see a post about my rescue fur kids. This is a place for you to get to know me. Enjoy!