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12/03/2009

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WOW!! What an amazing post!! And it is just so very true. The smile you give another may be the only one they receive that day. Smiling not only changes the mood of the receiver, but also the mood of the giver - how many times have I just been in a foul mood and someone smiles at me and I feel better and I pay that smile forward by smiling at someone else and I feel even better still. Simple, but powerful! WTG Mrs. W!!!!

I love that you gave this assignment. They say the most contagious thing in the world is a smile! Keep up the great work.

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What an amazing assignment with amazing results! Beautiful in it's simplicity, profound in the impact. I had a huge smile on my face just reading about it! Thanks for sharing the joy!

I love this post, and so timely in this season that pushes us to our limits emotionally. We were watching "The Gospel of John" last night and were infected by the actor that played Jesus and how much he smiled. A smile connects you with people even when you don't know what to say. I'm taking the challenge and hope that it makes my celebration of the season that much better (and also for those around me). Keep following the Spirit's lead in those impromptu assignments!

I'm just getting a chance to start reading your old posts. I love this one!

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