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Just smile please!


Let’s talk about ‘Power of Smile’, one of the five core values of the Humane Revolution.

Children smile an average of 400 times per day, compared to the average happy adult who smiles 40-50 times per day and the typical adult who smiles only 20 times per day.

As we grow older, we are being greedy even for a smile. We pay nothing for a smile, it's all about sharing, and creating joyful surroundings. Sharing a smile is a simple act of kindness that can have a positive impact on you and others.


Smile is a universal expression of positivity and happiness that can lift spirits, brighten someone's day, and create a sense of connection. It can be done anywhere, at any time, and doesn't require any special skills or resources. By sharing a smile, one can spread joy and kindness and make a positive impact to the world. Before you start your day, stay in front of the mirror and just smile for 5 seconds and feel, it makes you and your day happier.


The power of a smile is often underestimated, but it has a profound impact on both the person smiling and the people around them.

  • Mood booster: It can trigger the release of endorphins, the body's natural mood-boosters, which can improve our mood and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. It's the best tonic to boost your positive mood.

  • Improves physical, mental and social health: Smile is not just your identity, it also helps lowering heart rate and blood pressure, helping to reduce stress and improve physical and mental health which is backed by scientific researches. It creates connections with other people, it improves healthy social relationships with your friends and family, professionals, teammates, and your clients as well.

  • Build connections: It is a universal gesture of kindness and friendliness, and can help to build connections and foster positive relationships with others. Keep smiling even with strangers that vibes super positivity.

  • Reduce negativity: It can help to diffuse tense situations and reduce negativity, making it easier to resolve conflicts and build rapport with others. Smile can turn a burden into strength.

  • Improve self-esteem: It can boost self-esteem and confidence, helping people feel better about themselves and their abilities.

Smiling is a simple and powerful tool for improving our own well-being and for those around us family, colleagues, friends, and community. Next time you're feeling down, anxious or stressed, try forcing a smile on your face and see how it can create a positive vibes on your. Just smile please!



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