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Words are Powerful!

on March 15, 2013

My mama taught me that we should always leave people in better shape than when we first see them.  Words are a way to do this.  Words have so much power.  The saying about sticks and stones, I never did believe it.  There are many times I have felt pain from what others have said.  There are also many times I have felt peace, love, strength, and joy from what others have said.  What we say controls how we think, or at the very least, influences our thinking.

I subscribe to many blogs of various subjects.  One came in my email a few days back.  I want to share it with my friends and followers.  The link below will take you to the blog by Chris Brogan.  Please use your words wisely.  God bless you! mary



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