What do you know about smile? When I was a child, I always thought that smile was just to express your feelings at that moment. But now, I know that smile is not only a face, but also a way to change the world. When you give a smile to your friend, she may feel the deep and true friendship between you and her.
When you give your parents a micro Smile, they may feel the love you give them in return. When you give a smile to a stanger, the warm feeling is passing through her or his heart. If you want the world to be better, learn to smile yourself.
"My grandfather stretched out his long legs, put his big hand into his pocket, and I could hear the familiar rasping of his hair with the change he was always holding. He exposed a pile of silver coins. There must be a million dollars there.
He instructed me to stand up after he put the rest of the change back into his pocket." OK, "he said, helping me down the stairs to the side of the road," I want to stay Here, pay attention to the children. I will tell you when you can cross the road. Go to the coke maker, take your coke and come back when I tell you when you can go back safely.
"My heart is pounding. I hold a dime tightly in my sweaty palm. I can't breathe.
My grandfather holds my hand tightly. We look back and forth in the street He came back again. He stepped off the curb and told me I could cross the road safely.
He let go of my hand and I ran much faster than before. I wonder if I can run to the other side, get to the other side, and I turn around and find my grandfather there, standing where I left him, and I smile and wave with pride and say, "come on, come on," he yelled, "my heart pounding as I walked into the dark garage. I used to be in the garage with my father, and I was familiar with the surroundings.
Even before I saw it, I heard the hum of the coke machine. I went straight to the big red and white vending machine, and I knew where to put my dime. I had seen it before, and had imagined it many times before.
The old monster greedily accepted my dime. I heard the bottle tiptoe. I reached out and opened the heavy door: a row of neat thick green bottles, necks staring at me, in the refrigerator It was so cold in my sweaty hands that I would never forget the feeling of holding the cold glass on my skin in both hands.
I put the bottle under the heavy brass bottle opener bolted to the wall, and the cap fell into an old wooden box Go get it. I was half bent over with cold, but I knew I needed to carry this commemorative coke. I walked out with pride and went back to dusk.
My grandfather waited patiently for him to smile.
Ten years ago, when I was a college student, I was interning at the University's Museum of natural history. One day when I was working in front of the cash register in the gift shop, I saw an elderly couple walking in with a little girl in a wheelchair. As I approached the girl, I saw her sitting a little bit in a chair.
Then I realized that she had no arms and legs, only head and neck And the trunk. She was wearing a small white skirt with red dots. As the couple pushed her to me, I looked down at the cash register.
I turned my head to the girl and blinked at her. I took the money from her grandparents. I looked back to the girl.
She gave me the most lovely and biggest smile I had ever seen. Suddenly, her disability disappeared. What I saw was a beautiful girl.
Her smile melted me. Almost immediately, I had a new understanding of life. She transformed me from a poor one The unhappy college students brought me into her world.
It was a world full of smiles, love and warmth. Ten years ago, I was a successful businessman. Whenever I feel down and think about the troubles of the world, I think of that little girl and the extraordinary lesson she taught me about life.