Have you ever noticed how the word ?smile? assumes the position of a smile on your face right after it has been pronounced?
The same is true with a grin or a grouch.
Much of the words in the English language or perhaps in other languages of the world assume the facial expressions of the person pronouncing them. Perhaps this is how words came into existence.
What kind of difference can a smile make? In spite of its simplicity and spontaneity, a smile can make all the difference. It creates an atmosphere.
Admittedly, a frown can likewise create an atmosphere. The question now is this: ?Which is more preferable?? An atmosphere of dissent brought about by frowning can bring conflict and unfriendliness, while a smile can create unity and camaraderie.
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