Manner Lifestyles ( By: Blog Bye )

Manner Lifestyles( By: Blog Bye )

Manner Lifestyles( By: Blog Bye )


Price of Grin - Life Changing Article

Friends, today I will share with you some good things from Deal Carnegie's book Folk Behavior which is a Hindi translation of How to Win Friends and Influence People, which will help make your life even more beautiful.

Smile - Your grin is the biggest source of happiness for others 

China's philosophers were very sensible. They had understood that how the world runs. He has written a very good saying that we should all stick to some place where we can read it every day, "If a person does not have a face smiling, he should not open the shop."

Your smile works like a goodwill for you in a way. It illuminates the lives of all those who see it. For the person who has seen dozens of people nagging and nagging, your smile is like the sun shining from the clouds. Especially when someone is under pressure or stress due to your boss, customers, teachers, or parents or your children, at such a time, your grin can tell that there can not be any solution to the problem of frustration. The smile tells us that the world is still happy and colorful.

Price of grin

It does not cost anything, but it does get much from it.

Those who get it get enriched, but those who give them are not poor.

It happens in a moment but its memory is always maintained forever.

Nobody is so rich, that he can live without it and nobody is too poor to take advantage of it.

It brings happiness to the house, fills the business with ease and it is a sign of friendship.

This is the comfort for the weary people, there is a ray of hope for the frustrated people, the sun is the best medicine for the light and suffering of the miserable people.

But it can not be bought or stolen, cannot be borrowed, it is not found in begging because it does not have any value until it is given to anyone else.

And with the pressure of work, some of our salesmen in this crowd of the world should be tired of not being able to smile, would you give your smile to them?

Because the same person of grin is most needed who has no remaining smiles to give.


Friends, until we are alive, it will never happen that we will not be disappointed, will not be disturbed and the trouble will never break on us! Meanwhile, it will be ours or your grin that will give us the courage to fight with everything.

What is crazy! How can someone smile in trouble or in the moment of despair!

But such thinking can be of those people who want to be disappointed and frustrated and want to make the mind even more unhappy because they are those who want to make themselves even more unhappy by penetrating into them all.

No matter how big trouble you are, why not live your life with so much disappointment .. You have to keep smiling laugh ..

You will face a big problem with laughing and smiling and you will feel more beautiful in your life.

“There’s always room for a story that can
transport people to another place.”
―J.K. Rowling

Let me distract you for a moment and tell you four short stories.

These are old stories – familiar stories.  The people and the circumstances differ slightly for everyone who tells them, but the core lessons remain the same.

I hope the twist we’ve put on them here inspires you to think differently.

Being and Breathing

One warm evening many years ago…

After spending nearly every waking minute with Angel for eight straight days, I knew that I had to tell her just one thing.  So late at night, just before she fell asleep, I whispered it in her ear.  She smiled – the kind of smile that makes me smile back –and she said, “When I’m seventy-five and I think about my life and what it was like to be young, I hope that I can remember this very moment.”

A few seconds later she closed her eyes and fell asleep.  The room was peaceful – almost silent.  All I could hear was the soft purr of her breathing.  I stayed awake thinking about the time we’d spent together and all the choices in our lives that made this moment possible.  And at some point, I realized that it didn’t matter what we’d done or where we’d gone.  Nor did the future hold any significance.

All that mattered was the serenity of the moment.

Just being with her and breathing with her.