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WHAT SMILES AND SUNSHINE HAVE IN COMMON Smiles and sunshine have a lot in common. They both can lift our spirits, they both radiate inner warmth and they both have the power to transform someone's day.
Do you smile often?
This may seem like a strange questions... but ask yourself when was the last time you smiled just for the sake of smiling.
Do you smile from your heart?
Smiles from the heart are the ones that come when you see a mother and child laughing and snuggling or an elderly couple out walking hand in hand, or when you see your most favorite person in the world or when you see a dog out playing in the snow. Those smiles are of extra value because they feel so darn good. They come up from inside you and splash onto your face for the world to see. Those smiles are contagious and hard not to respond to with a similar smile. Much like a bright and sunny day those smiles can not only change your mood or someone else's... those smiles can make a difference in the world and t…
Woman Gets Vision Back After Chiropractic Adjustment A feel good story appeared from The Daily Times of Delaware. The story starts off by reporting, “Doctors said after Laura Hattier was born, she’d never be able to see like a normal person, let alone drive a car—but that didn’t stop her. She later entered a beauty pageant—and won! After a chiropractic adjustment, her vision came back and she married the Chiropractor.”
According to the article, Laura was diagnosed at birth, with congenital nystagmus. This is a condition where the eye experiences involuntary shaking, causing severe vision loss. According to Laura one in a thousand children are born with this condition. She noted, “When I was born, I was completely blind. The doctors told my parents there was no hope.”

This situation did not stop Laura from working to achieve. As a child her vision improved, but she was still unable to play or read like normal children. “When I was a child, I would look in an adult text book and all I c…
Amazing Body Facts

Every person has a unique tongue print.A sneeze moves out of our mouth at a speed of 100 meters per hour.An average human being consumes about 500kg of food per year.The human tongue has about 10,000 taste buds.Taste buds are present inside the mouth and also on the roof of the mouth.The human eye can detect over 10,000,000 different colors.If all the alveoli (unit of lung) from both lungs were spread flat they would cover and area nearly the size of a tennis court.If the blood vessels were laid from one end to another, they would reach around the world four times.A drop of blood contains 250 million cells.Shivering is a way of trying to keep our body warm.The length of the finger indicates how fast the nail grows.After death, the body starts to dry out creating an illusion that the nails and hairs are growing even after death. When we reach 60 years of life, we lose 50% of our taste buds.Sense of taste is the weakest of the five senses.It takes time for the newborn …
Ten Commandments of Human Relations
Speak To People. There is nothing so nice as a cheerful word of greeting.
Smile At People. It takes 72 muscles to frown and only 14 to smile.
Call People by name. The sweetest music to anyone's ears it the sound of their own name.
Be Friendly and Helpful. If you would like to have friends, be a friend.
Be Cordial. Speak and act as if everything you do is a genuine pleasure.
Be Genuinely interested in people. You can like almost everybody if you try.
Be Generous with praise, caution with criticism.
Be Considerate with the feelings of others. There are usually three sides to almost any controversy-yours, the other person's and the right side.
Be Alert to give service. What counts most in life is what we do for others.
ADD TO THIS a good sense of humor, a big dose of patience and a dash of humility and you will be rewarded many-fold.