Why is the Buddha depicted with a slight smile?

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I just noticed the Buddha always has a faint smile in images and statues- kind of like the Mona Lisa. It’s like a smirk or a grin, almost like he is up to some playful mischief. Is there any particular reason for this? Thanks in advance for your answers.

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AdamB

Because he is “at peace.”

Bizarro

he just let one rip that he was holding in.

Nick

Most depictions of Buddha are smiling very big.

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