I am the most elated when I see my niece smiling. It brings the most joy to my heart thus far. I look around the room, and I see that everyone feels the same way that I do. Its as if everyone is trying there very best to do anything they can to get this baby to smile and/or laugh. Then I thought to myself, I wonder at what point this stops. We are all trying so so hard to make the baby smile, but the concern for each other is not so present. Even for complete strangers. As soon as we see others children, we immediately light up and want to make that baby smile. Even hold it. But will completely past every other stranger we see. When does it stop? At what age to do say ok this is good enough, I don't really need to try anymore? When is it the time to not try so hard anymore? I wonder how different the world may be if we never stopped trying so hard to make each other laugh and smile. Of course as we get older the methods will be different, but the will itself is still there. I wonder how things may be if we longed to see each other smile like that for all of our lives. For this day forward I am challenging myself. I challenge myself and anyone reading this post to try your VERY best. Lets try our very best to make the ones we love and everyone around us smile.