Face the Pandemic With A Smile

World Smile Day

World Smile Day is the only festival related to human behavior in the world.

In the year 1948, the International Red Cross Society fixed World Red Cross Day on 8 May, the birthday of founder Henry Dunant, while the World Mental Health Organization decided to celebrate this day as World Smile Day.

It is hoped that by smiling, the health of the people will be maintained, happiness, love and hope will be brought to the people and harmony will be increased in the society.

Smile is the universal language, which touches the hearts of people without translation.

Smile is the most beautiful facial posture, which is as important as sunlight, wind and moisture. Smile is also medicine, without eating, our heart gets cured.

The COVID-19 pandemic started spreading suddenly, which is affecting our normal life.

The international organization warned that even if not infected under the pressure of the epidemic, it would not be so healthy. Heart damage should not be overlooked.

Chong Nanshan, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said that half of health is mental health, while half of illness is mental illness.

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On the other hand, people who are not infected with the virus may be afraid of infection or worried about problems like loneliness, unemployment and economic problems, which are likely to cause mental illness.

Organized a series of programs in various regions of China to encourage the adoption of a positive and optimistic attitude towards life.

People draw colorful pictures on the masks or stick stickers of laughing faces on the masks. Hope people will face the pandemic with a positive and optimistic attitude.

Smiling can reduce stress, relieve anxiety and boost immunity. In a pandemic, a mask may cover our face, but may not cover a smile.

We should face the pandemic and life with a smile. Wherever you are today or whatever your state of mind is, leave your troubles and spread a lovely smile.

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