Sunday, 8 May 2011

Smile of the World

Smile is an expression denoting pleasure, happiness, or amusement, but can also be an involuntary expression of anxiety, in which case it is known as a grimace. Smiling is something that is understood by everyone despite culture, race, or religion.

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The Poland Postal Administration has issued the special stamp features the people of the world in smiling expression. The photography of the human’s smiling face which are taken shot by the photographer Elzbieta Dzikowska .The stamps consist of six single stamps with different face value . The very nice picture to express how is importance that smile in the communication of people in the world.



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Smiling is a means of communicating emotions throughout the world. But there are large differences between different cultures. A smile can also be spontaneous or artificial. Everyone has at one time in their life smiled, and smile is more of a natural reaction to a positive experience.



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Smiling is a pre-laughing device and is a common pattern for paving the way to laughter and Smiling can be used as a response to laughter in the previous turn.Smiling and laughter have different functions in the order of sequence in social situations.

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A smile does indeed have great power and great social rewards. However, it has been proven that an authentic smile is much more effective than a counterfeit smile. A smile is an outward sign of perceived self-confidence and internal satisfaction. It seems to have a favourable influence upon others and makes one likeable and more approachable.
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Smiling is a signalling system that evolved from a need to communicate information of many different forms especially for the sexual appeal. It has been proven that females smile recurring and often when they are attracted to another male. Smiles increase physical attractiveness and enhance sex appeal. A woman’s interest in a man can be predicted by the number of times she smiles.
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While most often, smiling is perceived as a positive emotion, there are many countries that perceive smiling as a negative expression and consider it unwelcoming. Too much smiling can be viewed as a sign of shallowness or dishonesty.Some Russians believe that Americans smile in the wrong places; some Americans believe that Russians don't smile enough. In Southeast Asian cultures, a smile is frequently used to cover emotional pain or embarrassment.
Smiles make things right again and say much more than words can. If you've goofed, said something less than complimentary, feel lost or alone, or feel down, a smile can set things right again. A smile lets other people know that you're prepared to be open to them, and that you're willingly agreeing to set things right where needed.
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