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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Thought for the Day - Words

Have you noticed that words are everywhere? Where would be without words? Songs would be only music. Book pages might be blank. Sure we could communicate with drawings and photos, but that would be laborious.

Words are powerful.
·         Love you.
·         You’re stupid.
·         Good job.
·         You can’t do anything right.
·         You can do anything you want to do.

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but without words what’s the picture worth? Ok – a lot visually.

Words are powerful.

Speak it or write it. Today be wordy, but wise.




15 comments:

  1. Interesting post! Words are powerful. They sink inside a person's mind like a great stroy told or read.

    Shelly
    http://secondhandshoesnovel.blogspot.com/

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  2. Words are so powerful. They create mood, esteem, and paint pictures in our minds.

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  3. I love words. :) I have favorite words that I use often. And I've always been fascinated by word choice and how each person has his own voice when communicating.

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  4. Great post. Words can be healing and words can hurt. Words are indeed very powerful.

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  5. Wise words. You're right, they are so powerful. I love that writers have the ability to affect lives.

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  6. And the power of words can be seen in Genesis when God spoke the world into existence.

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  7. Words. Think what all we'd miss without them.

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  8. So profound. I must remember this. Very inspiring, it reminds me that I need to make time to write, even if it's not perfect.

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  9. Words are all around me, but just not IN my head today. I may need to do some reading to reload the word bank :)

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  10. This is exactly why I am trying to eliminate all use of profanity. It's been difficult, but it's also necessary.

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  11. This is exactly why I am trying to eliminate all use of profanity. It's been difficult, but it's also necessary.

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  12. hi teresa, very interesting post indeed!

    words have an enormous power.
    words are the fundamental threads of stories, and it is stories that make us who we are.


    have a great day!
    big hugs!

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  13. Wordy be wise, I like those words. :-)

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  14. Hi Teresa .. at least we can shut our comment-mouth .. if we don't publish sometimes ..

    But I love words and their descriptive tones they bring to life .. sometimes we just scan a view - not actually bring it to life .. with the rolling mist, a faint shadow edges forward ...

    Thought for the day: think before you speak, write words descriptively ...

    Have a good weekend .. Hilary

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