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Hallelujah – Rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Song

Quite beautiful

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This Will Make You Smile And Give You a Warm Fuzzy Feeling

How Beautiful is that. A Dad every mother wants for her baby.

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This Gives You Goose Bumps – Beautiful

Carrie Underwood/ Vince Gill “How Great Thou Art

This is such a beautiful rendition of this song. Gives you goose bumps

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What a beautiful Picture – God Bless America

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December 18, 2015 · 8:28 AM

Best Buy Wednesday On Thursday – 11/11/2015

 

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Maya Angelou writes beautiful books and do make great gifts.
With Christmas coming upon us very quickly I think every family should have at least one of her books in their library.
Great stories and great words of wisdom

 

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Go To: Maya Angelou Book Collection

 

Buy At – Amazon

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Coolest nature Video Ever

I thought this was amazing footage

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Such A Beautiful Beast

Bison are quite the Big and beautiful animal. Get too close, you need to run like hell.

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Beautiful Words

My husband sent me this and I thought these words were rather sweet and profound. Quite the romantic he is

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Edinburgh Tattoo 2014 – Going Home

This gives me shivers and tears to my eye’s.
It is so beautiful. I guess it is the sound of Bag Pipes that does it. It is also a beautiful arrangement.
Also it may have something to do with my Scottish ancestral background and that my Dad played the Bag Pipes for years and yes I am going home to the land of Australia in three weeks. Miss you Dad and your Pipes.

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15 Facts About The Power Of Smiling

My Grandson Jayden has a beautiful smile

My Grandson Jayden has a beautiful smile

15 fascinating facts about our smiles

Everyone loves the quote “laughter is the best medicine,” and you have probably even experienced the benefits of smiling and laughter. But did you know that the simple act of smiling can boost your mood and even your immune system?

  • It costs nothing, but creates much.
  • It enriches those who receive, without impoverishing those who give.
  • It happens in a flash and the memory of it sometimes lasts forever.
  • None are so rich they can get along without it, and none so poor but are richer for its benefits.
  • It creates happiness in the home, fosters good will in a business, and is the countersign of friends.
  • It is rest to the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and Nature’s best antidote for trouble.
  • It cannot be bought, bagged, borrowed, or stolen, for it is something that is no earthly good to anybody till it is given away.
  • Nobody needs a smile so much as those who have none left to give.

Here are some fascinating scientific facts about our smiles, and why becoming a smile millionaire will change your life.

  1. Forcing yourself to smile can boost your mood: Psychologists have found that even if you’re in bad mood, you can instantly lift your spirits by forcing yourself to smile.
  2. It boosts your immune system: Smiling really can improve your physical health, too. Your body is more relaxed when you smile, which contributes to good health and a stronger immune system.
  3. Smiles are contagious: It’s not just a saying: smiling really is contagious, scientists say. In a study conducted in Sweden, people had difficulty frowning when they looked at other subjects who were smiling, and their muscles twitched into smiles all on their own.
  4. Smiles Relieve Stress: Your body immediately releases endorphins when you smile, even when you force it. This sudden change in mood will help you feel better and release stress.
  5. It’s easier to smile than to frown: Scientists have discovered that your body has to work harder and use more muscles to frown than it does to smile.
  6. It’s a universal sign of happiness: While hand shakes, hugs, and bows all have varying meanings across cultures, smiling is known around the world and in all cultures as a sign of happiness and acceptance.
  7. We still smile at work: While we smile less at work than we do at home, 30% of subjects in a research study smiled five to 20 times a day, and 28% smiled over 20 times per day at the office.
  8. Smiles use from 5 to 53 facial muscles: Just smiling can require your body to use up to 53 muscles, but some smiles only use 5 muscle movements.
  9. Babies are born with the ability to smile: Babies learn a lot of behaviors and sounds from watching the people around them, but scientists believe that all babies are born with the ability, since even blind babies smile.
  10. Smiling helps you get promoted: Smiles make a person seem more attractive, sociable and confident, and people who smile more are more likely to get a promotion.
  11. Smiles are the most easily recognizable facial expression: People can recognize smiles from up to 300 feet away, making it the most easily recognizable facial expression.
  12. Women smile more than men: Generally, women smile more than men, but when they participate in similar work or social roles, they smile the same amount. This finding leads scientists to believe that gender roles are quite flexible. Boy babies, though, do smile lessthan girl babies, who also make more eye contact.
  13. Smiles are more attractive than makeup: A research study conducted by Orbit Complete discovered that 69% of people find women more attractive when they smile than when they are wearing makeup.
  14. There are 19 different types of smiles: UC-San Francisco researcher identified 19 types of smiles and put them into two categories: polite “social” smiles which engage fewer muscles, and sincere “felt” smiles that use more muscles on both sides of the face.
  15. Babies start smiling as newborns: Most doctors believe that real smiles occur when babies are awake at the age of four-to-six weeks, but babies start smiling in their sleep as soon as they’re born.

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