You’re Never Fully Dressed …
You know what I just woke up singing (in my head obviously … and I’m about to betray my age here, not to mention my hitherto taste in movies …)
So Senator, so Janitor so long for a while
Remember you’re never fully dressed without a smile…
So as I progressed in a cave womanly fashion down the stairs to write this (having tea, have evolved back to the present!) I was thinking to myself: “Hmm, what’s better, to always put a good face on it and say you’re happy, whether you are or not, or to be honest and say so if you’re not feeling that great?
There are two camps aren’t there? The ‘Cosmetic Smilers’ would say that you smile no matter what, keep a tight hold on your emotions, never tell anyone how you’re actually feeling because it’s not professional, or not socially acceptable and you would bore people …
And then of course there are the ‘honesty bunnies’ that will go on and on telling you about one dreadful situation after another that they are enduring, every single time you see them without fail, so that if you haven’t got 40 minutes to spare you have to make sure not to say ‘hi, how are you’ in greeting, or boy do you get an ear-full!
Decisions, decisions … plasticized chalky smile, or social bore…
Of course there is a 3rd way … BE HAPPY!
Life has its ups and downs, sure, but for most of us, there’s plenty to smile about. Some times it’s good to remind ourselves of all the things we have to appreciate:
Do you and the people you love have a roof over your head and food to eat?
How many people do you have in your life who love or care about you in some way?
How many people do you love and care about?
Do you get to have fun, relax, see beautiful things and places on occasion?
Do you get to contribute your gift to the world in some way, big or small?
See, there’s plenty to smile about already. And when you add to that the idea that we all rest in this beautiful soup of energy that is the Universe, that was designed to give us all our needs, and everything we need to succeed, then you begin to understand more and more that we attract challenges to ourselves so that we can grow and master those challenges. That we have on tap everything we need to do well and achieve our desires, we just have to be open to the opportunities and ‘special offers’ that come our way …
The problem is never ‘out there’, always ‘in here’. It doesn’t matter what comes your way, good or bad, happy or sad, easy or challenging. It’s what you do with it that counts. Attitude is everything. And you know what? That often starts with a smile …
So this week gather your wits, count your blessings and know that if your plans are wholesome and in line with the development of the Universe, you will succeed. It’s as simple as that. That’s something to smile about!
Feel good 🙂
Posted on October 19, 2011, in a positive focus, Abundance, acceptance, authenticity, Difficult Times, Force of Attraction, Inspiration, Power of Attraction and tagged Annie, Inspiration, life, movies, music, positive focus, smile. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.