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Celebrate Oneself, Celebrate People, Celebrate Life

The impetus of SMILE CIRCUIT is to share the joys, celebrate our stories, beneath the challenges life keeps throwing and when somebody reads it, it should reverberate – “Ah ah, I know that feeling”.

Quote for the day
“We all yearn for what we have lost. But sometimes we forget what we have”
Mitch Albom


Latest Smile Posts
  • You are strong – Am I?
    I was cleaning up my living room when I received a call from one my friend. I had a long chat with her and at the end of the conversation, she told me “it was nice to see that you are so strong”. I smiled and replied, “Thank you”. Many have told me that IContinue reading “You are strong – Am I?”
  • To My Dad – Lots of Love
    It’s exactly a week now and I don’t find you. There is a void, that is now slowly sinking in me. I am OK comes out of me, with a crackling sound. I am not used to be without you and now I am preparing to learn how to be without you. Dad, when IContinue reading “To My Dad – Lots of Love”
  • Prayer that had changed
    The days have changed, normalcy was lost in our daily lives. Dark clouds and the dark thoughts are hovering among all of us. It is a difficult and trying times. I opened my balcony door and glanced to catch the view of the street. The street that once resonated with children’s laughter, older ones takingContinue reading “Prayer that had changed”
  • I would not move an inch
    The dark clouds had blanketed the sky. The rains were getting ready to pour down. The windows were flapping loud due to the wind. But yet, I would not move an inch. I sat gazing at the dark sky. Wondering how long it would stay dark. Thoughts running high in my mind. With papers flyingContinue reading “I would not move an inch”
  • The Compassionate
    Trace was flipping through her books fiercely, almost tearing the pages apart. Eyes was swelled with tears and she needed some comfort. The book was certainly not helping. She had been having few disappointments and failures from the past few months. She wanted to vent it out, so that she could feel lighter and figureContinue reading “The Compassionate”

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you make them feel.”

Maya Angelou