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Smile Power Day

Saturday, June 15, 2013

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When : June 15th

Smile Power Day is today. Feel the power. Give everyone you see a big, friendly, "I like you" smile. You never know, you're warm smile just might turn someone's day right around...for the good!

Love may make the world go round. But, a smile makes the world a happy place. A smile is a powerful thing. Best of all, it's contagious. However, we do note that in order to be effective, a smile must be sincere. People can see right through phony or forced smiles.

Spend the whole day with a big, bright smile on your fae. Flash a toothy smile to everyone you encounter.

A smile is so powerful, that it can:

Add years to your life
Make you a happier person
Make someone else a happier person
It's a mood change for the giver and the receiver
Improves relationships
In business, it sends a great customer service message
Did you know? It's easier to smile than to frown. A smile uses fewer muscles.

The Origin of Smile Power Day:

Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.

This Day in History June 15

Assyrians record a solar eclipse that is later used to fix the chronology of Mesopotamian history. (763 BC)

King John of England puts his seal to the Magna Carta. (1215)

Christopher Columbus lands on the island of Martinique on his fourth voyage. (1502)

Pope Leo X threatens to excommunicate Martin Luther in papal bull Exsurge Domine. (1520)

Margaret Jones is hanged in Boston for witchcraft in the first such execution for the Massachusetts Bay Colony. (1648)

The first human blood transfusion is administered by Dr. Jean-Baptiste Denys. (1667)

Benjamin Franklin proves that lightning is electricity (traditional date, the exact date is unknown). (1752)

American Revolutionary War: George Washington is appointed commander-in-chief of the Continental Army. (1775)

Delaware Separation Day – Delaware votes to suspend government under the British Crown and separate officially from Pennsylvania. (1776)

Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier, co-pilot of the first-ever manned flight (1783), and his companion, Pierre Romain, become the first-ever casualties of an air crash when their hot air balloon explodes during their attempt to cross the English Channel. (1785)

New Hampshire approves the Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution, ratifying the document. (1804)

Arkansas is admitted as the 25th U.S. state. (1836)

Charles Goodyear receives a patent for vulcanization, a process to strengthen rubber. (1844)

The Oregon Treaty establishes the 49th parallel as the border between the United States and Canada, from the Rocky Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. (1846)

Pig War: Ambiguity in the Oregon Treaty leads to the "Northwestern Boundary Dispute" between United States and British/Canadian settlers. (1859)

American Civil War: The Second Battle of Petersburg begins. (1864)

Arlington National Cemetery is established when 200 acres (0.81 km2) around Arlington Mansion (formerly owned by Confederate General Robert E. Lee) are officially set aside as a military cemetery by U.S. Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. (1864)

Atlantic Cable Quartz Lode gold mine located in Montana. (1867)

Henry Ossian Flipper becomes the first African American cadet to graduate from the United States Military Academy. (1877)

Eadweard Muybridge takes a series of photographs to prove that all four feet of a horse leave the ground when it runs; the study becomes the basis of motion pictures. (1878)

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signs a bill incorporating the Boy Scouts of America, making them the only American youth organization with a federal charter. (1916)

The U.S. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is founded. (1934)

World War II: Operation Ariel begins – Allied troops start to evacuate France, following Germany's takeover of Paris and most of the nation. (1940)

World War II: Battle of Saipan: The United States invade Japanese-occupied Saipan. (1944)

In the Saskatchewan general election, the CCF, led by Tommy Douglas, is elected and forms the first socialist government in North America. (1944)

The United States Supreme Court rules in United States v. Álvarez-Machaín that it is permissible for the United States to forcibly extradite suspects in foreign countries and bring them to the USA for trial, without approval from those other countries. (1992)

Nik Wallenda becomes the first person to successfully tightrope walk over Niagara Falls. (2012)
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