Writing and etymology in Korean
微 (미) [mi] – small; slightly
笑 (소) [so] – smile

Is it possible to explain why we prefer to look at a smiling person than at a crying one? If we become quiet or frown, our mouth is closed, it represents only one line, which does not shine with variety. However, if we laugh, our mouth is open, it forms a circle with three main sections. The round shape creates good feelings because it can easily blend in with anything.

There are people with similar facial features, but they all smile and laugh differently. Some people smile only with their lips, others with their eyes. There is no one specific way to smile.

You can evaluate a person by his smile and laughter. The face of a truly, openly laughing person blooms like a flower. Such a person has a beautiful soul; he cannot be completely evil. Some people’s smiles are insidious and forced; their mouth tries to laugh while the rest of their face remains serious.

When we truly laugh, the whole body participates. This is, in theory, what it should do, however, due to the lack of harmony between body and soul, the body often does not fully obey. Such forced laughter can tell a lot about a person’s soul.

If we have a lot to smile and laugh about together, it means we had a lot of happy times in the past. One laughter begets another, this leads to happiness, and this is where the art of dance and music begins.

Human words cannot describe true love. When true love comes, our bones, our body organs, all five senses break into smiles and all burst into laughter of joy. What is our brain doing in this situation? Will he be stone cold while his whole body smiles and sparkles with joy?

With the touch of true love, everything comes into reaction. Harmony and coordinated action are born. Our entire being, both soul and body, responds to it in harmony. This is the eternal universal principle.