Namaste !

I’m Negi Manish. I am from Rishikesh (world capital of Yoga),India. I live in China at Wenling(Taizhou). I have been to China for 10 years as a yoga teacher. But I think before a yoga teacher,I am a student.I’ve got a many experiences and life lesson through yoga and through my journey in China. This article one of the best part of my journey in China. Just would love to share with you all , My IIC (Indians In China) Family.

Smile Is The Best Way To Communicate

“We have been to very famous restaurant there in Wenzhou. When we enter there I saw a cute little baby stand over there behind the chair. She was hiding.

She looks very serious without any smile. Her eyes was so bright  and personally feel that her “AURA”was very pure and positive.

I said-“Hello little princess  in chinese”. But I didn’t get any reaction. She may feel shy or I was looking like a person come from Other planet.

I have got an idea. I begun to make a funny faces and to fake fight with my student behind  me as a funny way. Sun rises…. sun was shining now.. she smiled. And that was one of my favorite smile seen in my life.

Maybe now she realize that we are also from the same planet

We hug her. She also make friendship with us.

Her mother enter in the restaurant. We said her mother that “she is really very cute but maybe still felt shy that’s why she don’t speak to us. I am sure that her voice is as pretty as like her.”

Her mother said-“ She can’t hear, that’s why she didn’t speak to us.”
Why God…….? I wanted to cry but to see her smile I control myself so that I could keep her smile.

I learn a lot from this story. That smile is a best way to communicate with each other and with everyone.

Another lesson I got from the little princess that the meaning of quotation which I have read many years ago. “Let your smile change the world, but don’t let the world change your smile.”

And I think -Smile is the first door to enter in the heart of anyone.
So keep smiling, keep laughing and be happy everyday. Because everything is useless without Happiness.

Namaste Ji.

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