A Smile

“A smile is the lighting system of the face and the heating system of the heart.”

Barbara Johnson

1. What makes you smile?

2. How will you help someone smile today?

My response:
I smile when I think of a funny memory or when I am in the presence of joyous people. I remember volunteering as a child life specialist in the UCI hospital. It was incredibly difficult to see the young ones in so much pain. It was when I would smile at them that their pain would temporarily be gone. I will never forget the value of a smile.


10 thoughts on “A Smile

  1. Lawrence,
    I am so proud of you! I think your friend will love PTA and enjoy Pete’s cooking:)
    Please keep me posted on how God works through you. Unfortunately, Garrett and I are going have to hold off on PTA for awhile because we just started a class called Rooted and our year-long discipleship class is getting ready to start as well. Please keep in touch!
    God bless you.

  2. Misha,
    I sure did, I enjoyed doing it. One guy was depressed because a girl he likes is playing with his heart so I focused on him. It seems to have worked. Oh yeah, my friend that recently relapsed wants to go to that Friday group. Keep me posted.

  3. I smile knowing I made others smile. Today I think I’ll be the class clown at work. Wait, I always am, oh well, I’ll still do it.

  4. Miriam,
    What steps have you taken to tear down your walls of Jericho and what has God taught you during this blessed time of reconstruction?

  5. Brianna,
    I am touched by the fact that you want to remind your mom how much you love her! I don’t think anyone would ever get tired of hearing “I love you.” Bless you in your walk with God.

  6. Wow, this is a great one.

    My family, friends, Daniel and of course God make me smile.
    Children always make me smile. There is something about their pure joy of being alive that is contagious.

    I will tell my mom how much she means to me. She already knows this but I want to tell her again. ❤

  7. Thanks for the request. I am believing God for a really big financial breakthrough. My walls of Jericho have got to come down.

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