All About Happiness - Cute Animals
When you recall the most brilliant smiles you've ever seen, is it really about the teeth?
I used to have an overbite as a child. In fact, like many others, I have quite a history when it comes to my teeth. When I was in 3-year-old preschool, I was so excited for my first school photos. My hair was in my pigtails, and I was wearing my favorite shirt. When the photographer told me to smile, I smiled!
Weeks later, I anxiously waited as my mom opened my photo envelope. She gasped when she saw my photo, and before I could see it, put it back in the envelope while remarking that I needed retakes.
Later that evening, I snuck to the counter and looked at my photos. I was smiling my shy, happy, excited smile - with my two front teeth tucked over my bottom lip.
I still remember it. I had a vague response to the photo. I though to myself, “Yep, that’s me.” I didn’t understand what the big deal was, but on retake day, I was told to “Say cheese”.
Today, I see my same smile when my son is shy, happy and excited. It is so precious and sweet! In addition, it is an immediate lesson for me to receive myself.
As a facilitator of happiness, I feel the need to remind:
When you smile, allow your happiness to beam brightly. Your happiness is a gift, and those who truly receive you, aren’t concerned about the appearance of your teeth. XD
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Rann Goldrich applies her knowledge and talents towards the architecture of energy. She has contributed to the development of energetic modalities, and created several modalities of her own including: conscious creating, liberating bodies from locked charges, collapsing anchor points, quantum jumping, changing appearances, and joyful living.
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