You know, when I say, "The Lord smiles", that means something; it is not that I see a smiling face, but it is ... it is a solar vibration. You know, the sun is flat and dull and cold and almost black in comparison.

But this Presence in all things... it is a vibration, but it is a vibration that contains everything, a vibration that contains a kind of infinite power, infinite delight, infinite peace, and vastness, vastness, vastness: there are no limits.
And how often, how often the impression . . . there is no form — there is a form and there is no form, it cannot be put into words. And the impression of a look and there are no eyes - there is no look, but there is a look, a look and a smile, and there is no mouth, there is no face! And yet there is a smile and there is a look. But He laughs, you laugh, you are happy.

An incense floated in the quivering air,
A mystic happiness trembled in the breast
As if the invisible Beloved had come
Assuming the sudden loveliness of a face
And close glad hands could seize his fugitive feet
And the world change with the beauty of a smile.

Divine Smile
We can contemplate the smiles of the Divine when we have conquered our ego.

Michelia alba
Champaca, Fragrant champaca
Medium-sized ivory white flower with long slender pointed petals and a strong fruity fragrance; borne singly among the leaves. A small to medium-sized evergreen tree.

Photo Courtesy: Toptropicals

Eternal smile
A gift that only the Divine can give.

Hibiscus micranthus
Very small delicate single white flower with five separated slightly twisted petals and a nearly horizontal staminal column with pale yellow anthers.

Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Valke

Smile of Beauty
Nature is happy to be beautiful.

Prunus subhirtella
Oriental cherry, Japanese flowering cherry
Small delicate white to pink single or double flowers with rounded petals and many stamens; borne in clusters of three to five. A medium-sized very ornamental tree covered with flowers in spring.

Photo Courtesy: Kropsoq

Smile of Nature
Nature rejoices in her beauty.

Prunus dulcis
Almond, Almond tree
Small white to pink sessile saucer-shaped flowers with five rounded petals and many stamens; borne singly or in pairs. A small to medium-sized tree that is covered with flowers in spring before the leaves appear and later bears edible nuts.

Photo Courtesy: Fturmog

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