Smiley Thumb Award


Thank you so much my dearest friend Cezane & Michelle   ( ) for nominating me for the award : )

You guys are really awesome! And Cezane is a sweet-heart! : )

All the very best to you both : )

Stay blessed!


The Rules:

  1. Show your cool new award
  2. Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog
  3. Tell us what makes you smile
  4. Select other blogs you would like to give the award to. How many is up to you
  5. Copy and paste the rules


What makes me Smile?

Already Smiling! : )

Well, I am not very sure because I smile whole day without any specific reasons at all.

I think, Smile makes me smile! Indeed!

Also,being here at Word-press , The most motivative, supportive  and peaceful community, I’ve ever seen! ;


Trying to write again! Wow!

This makes me SMILE and live!



“Smile in pain

Smile in-vain

Smile when sorrows

Shower like rain!”

“Because crying doesnt heal you!

But smiling might!

Either at the surface

Or at the Depth!



Keep SMILING : ) ”


Yes! And my nominees are

abstract – bubbles


Have a sweet day friends!



Lots of love and Wishes!








42 thoughts on “Smiley Thumb Award

  1. I love your answer about smiling. It is so true and I wish more people felt like that 🙂 For some reason when I read it I thought of the country in your part of the world that measures its wealth not in money but in the happiness of its people (Bhutan).

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  2. Congrats Jyoti the smiling poetess,you have long way to go.Keep writing and dream big(you know why I am saying)..smiling 🙌😊

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  3. Always a treat to read your posts! You have a gift and a talent that runs really deep.
    Congratulations, well deserved and thank you so much for your kind words! Jyotee Rocks !😁 – Cezane

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  4. oh dear Jyotee! Congratulations for another well-deserved award!!! ❤ ❤ ❤ Thank you for the nomination! ❤
    I loooove the poem! It felt like an upbeat mantra we can always sing! 😀

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  5. yeah indeed!

    so true! my friend.

    we think the internal peace n happiness lies within ourselves
    in our perceptions about life
    about pain!


    (y just Bhutan? any specific reason?)

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  6. Most countries measure wealth by GNP – Gross National Product. There was a time when Bhutan said they are going to start measuring their wealth with GNH – Gross National Happiness.I have heard some in the country still live by that philosophy.

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