Everything we do is an expression of who we are, what we are and what we are aspiring to do. What we see in others is merely an expression of what we are seeing in others. I believe that our throat is our centre of expression. Who we are sneaks out in our attitudes and in what we say.
Have you noticed that there are times when you can’t find words to match your feeling? However great the English language is, there is always great difficulty for one to find the right words to match a feeling and it is many a time never possible. In the end, one always uses the words closest to that feeling and let’s it pass our lips without realising that words actually have more power than atom bombs and they need to be handled carefully.
What kind of words do you use? However unspecific language is, it is always the most powerful tool for attacking someone. Are your words typically negative, critical, gossiping, illusive, hurtful and manipulative? Or are they beautiful, positive, questioning, calm, serene, supportive and loving?
Whizz through the rest of your day today being absolutely aware to the type of words you use in conversation. Take considerable care in reviewing what passes your lips. Try it today, tomorrow and the day after that day. Review every conversation you’ve had and see how you could have played it more nicer. Remember, what we see in others is purely an expression of ourselves.
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