The meaning of the words we write, speak, think and act out is who we really are. It is who we have become. If one does not like whom they have become, only that one can change it. The hidden motives of the words we speak and think are the foundation of our personalities. How we are seen by those around us is something we should all be aware of if we are not. The words we choose to use, how we state them which ultimately allows them to be heard and understood for what we meant, makes the difference of how we are perceived, liked, loved and even despised. Choosing our words and think how we would want to be thought of should be important. Being positive, living and showing love and compassion can be a key to a wonderful life.
Saying I love you and not I hate you.
Saying let me help and not do it yourself.
Saying what do you need and not let them figure it out for themselves.
Saying thank you and not just walking away.
Saying thank you and not just continuing on with what you are doing.
Saying let me do that and not just walk on by.
Saying please and not just reaching and taking.
Saying this is how I understand this and not I am going to teach you a lesson.
Saying let me help you with that and not you will find out on your own.
Saying I am sorry and not making an excuse.
Saying I am sorry and not expect the same in return.
Saying I am sorry and proving it.
Saying I am sorry with love and not contempt.
Saying I am sorry for doing that and then doing it again.
Saying thank you for even the smallest of things and meaning it.
What is most important is showing and living the word LOVE “unconditionally” with no words spoken!