A famous clown had a personal life that was full of tragedy and tears. But no one in his audience ever knew it. He always smiled and made others laugh.
One day he was asked, "How can you act so happy?"
Vitelli answered, "When I smile, it makes me feel less sad. When the audience smiles and laughs, it helps me to forget my problems, and I feel happier."
When you give a smile, you get one in return. Others feel better, and so do you. It's like honey – you can pass it around, but some sticks to you.
So smile! The Bible says, "A cheerful heart is good medicine."
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