Why is smiling so important?

Here’s 2 reasons why:

*a smile activates endorphins and serotonin that relaxes the body releasing stress and retrains the brain to feel better.    Author Shawn Achor, of The Happiness Advantage, writes when we make smiling part of our everyday practice, we help our brains create happiness loops that encourage more positive-thinking patterns. (HuffPost)

*a smile is naturally contagious and good medicine for the soul (Prov 17:22)

And, now that we know, please keep on smiling.

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