Smile Quotes, Sayings about smiling - Page 9
SMILE, its a key that fits the lock of everybody’s heart..
When I’m the cause of your smile, I can’t help smiling (:
My God it’s so beautiful when that boy smiles.
I know you don’t know this, but you are always the reason for the smile I wear.
Smile at everyone, you never know who’s life you might save.
Smiling helps you and the people who see it!
Smile is language of heart, it says everything without uttering anything.
A smile is a curve that can fix anything.
Smile because you’re beautiful, smile because you’re alive, smile for every mistake you’ve made, smile for every person you’ve ever met or seen, smile for who you are today. You are special and someone out there loves you and loves your smile so keep it coming.
When worst comes to worst just simply put a smile on.
Smile…It gives your face something to do! :)
A smile says it all. :)
Smile!!..You never know whose day you will change.
If you see someone without a smile…Give him one of yours…!
Always be Happy, Always Wear a Smile. Not be life is full of reasons to Smile, But because your smile itself is a reason for many others to smile!
Smiles are understood in every language.
Smile is just the mask to conceal the pain deep in heart…
Smile is the best weapon and disguise to deceive your enemy.
A smile which fights its way through brimming tears can confuse even the wisest of men.
A smile is something that changes lives and creates relationships. A smile can start the best friendship of your life. Even if you’re sad smile. It might be hard but the more you smile the happier you’ll be. You begin to convince your heart that you are happy…and eventually you truly will be.
Smile when things get tough cause it makes life more fun.
Smiles are Free but Worth A LOT!
Smile alone and people will think you are an idiot!
The happiest feeling, is when it is your doing that has made someone smile.
– Tong Vang
A smile does not always mean happy, just as tears do not always mean sad.
Smile cost nothing but gives much…
Smile, a common language of friendship