“I recently saw the movie, Eat, Pray, Love, and in one scene when Elizabeth Gilbert was sitting with the Shaman in Bali he told her to smile with her whole being and then went on to encourage her to even smile with her liver. The importance of smiling can fall by the wayside, unless we remember to do it. Princess WOW, you’re encouraging people to do it and you’re leading a movement that actually can revolutionize the world. A simple smile expresses love. It begins with the mouth and radiates from your whole being, including your liver.
Stephen J. Johnson, Ph.D.
Psychotherapist and Director of the Men’s Center of Los Angeles
“Princess Wow…has made me realize, there are many different kinds of peaceful revolutions. So, don’t just listen to Princess Wow, also look at her.” Pete Seeger
GOOD MORNING! THIS IS GOD,
I will be handling all of your problems today.
I will not need your help.
So, relax and have a great day!
Author unknown(it must be God)
“There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread.”
“Its nice to be beautiful but its more beautiful to be nice.”
“Yes, it’s pleasant to look good, but what’s most important is, is your thinking and therefore your speaking. Is it good?”
“Give help rather than advice.”
Luc de Vauvenargues
” A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.”
This is from Ann Stevens, Thought for the Day.
We all know and remember a smiley person-someone whose heart seems to
radiate through their teeth. And when they do, notice how its almost
impossible not to smile back…unless you are feeling very, very grumpy! So,
if you don’t feel a smile coming on..why not do it anyway. Not only does it
transform your inner chemical production and create “happy hormones”, but when
people are at the other end of your smile, they smile back (well most do).
And if you really don’t feel like smiling genuinely at life, the universe and everybody-
fake it until you make it!
This was found on a Yogi Tea box..sent to me from Esther Frances.
“A smile is a direct achievement.”
Pete Seeger said this recently to me when I asked him to talk about The Smile Revolution.
“The Agricultural Revolution took thousands of years,
The Industrial Revolution took hundreds of years,
The Information Revolution is taking decades, but if we use it
and use the brains God gave us, we may, this century see The Smile Revolution,
or the Rainbow Revolution or the Great Turning.”
“May you always have these blessings- A soft breeze when summer comes- A warm fireside in winter-
And always the warm, soft SMILE of a friend.”
“A hug is a boomerang. You get it back right away.”
A smile is as well! Try it.
Some people say that if they see me not smiling, they don’t understand. Its about giving and receiving smiles. Sometimes, I need you to smile at ME, to remind me. We all need to awaken out of dark thinking at times.
“Let us dare to read, think, speak and write.”
Truly great what he said. Let us dare to SMILE in this era that we live in. That is revolutionary. We are having an awakening now. Can you feel it? This is the year…Mindy Smile
Scott and Shannon Peck
“With every thought, word and action you create unity or separation.”
“See how much unity you can create today in three ways.
Your thoughts, your words, your actions.”
Laura Moliter, C.S.
“Life is just life and we can make it a constant battle, or we can just live it with love, expectancy and joy- we can live the smile or the frown. Let’s choose to live the smile.”
“Joy, love and appreciation are powerful motivators. They are all feelings that humans experience around the heart. Joy is a feeling of pleasure or delight that arises from the heart. Positive feelings are what make life worth living.”
“Find Your Joy By Following Your Heart”, by Deborah Rozman
“Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learn. The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear and the acceptance of love back into our hearts. Love is the essential reality and our purpose on earth. To be consciously aware of it, to experience love in ourselves and others, is the meaning of life.
Meaning doesn’t lie in THINGS. Meaning lies in us. When we attach value to things that aren’t love- the money. the car, the house, the prestige- we are loving things that can’t love us back. We are searching for meaning in the meaningless. Money, of itself, means nothing. Material things, of themselves, mean nothing. It’s not that they’re bad. It’s that they’re nothing.”
from her book “A Return to Love”