In one of my earlier posts – “I don’t love you”, in the Hubby’s letter to his ex-wife, he said, “My mother raised me not to say anything if I can’t say anything nice.” I bet everyone agrees that is the very essence of sheer politeness. Then, a few days ago, I received an email from my brother in NZ…and I’d like to share it with everybody.
THE TONGUE CAN BE YOUR WORST ENEMY!
Your words, your dreams and your thoughts
have the power to create conditions in your life.
What you speak about, you can bring about.
If you keep saying you can’t stand your job, you might lose your job.
If you keep saying you can’t stand your body, your body can become sick.
If you keep saying you can’t stand your car,
your car could be stolen or would just stop operating.
If you keep saying you’re broke, guess what? You’ll always be broke.
If you keep saying you can’t trust a man or a woman,
you will always find someone in your life who will hurt and betray you.
If you keep saying you can’t find a job, you will remain unemployed.
If you keep saying you can’t find someone to love you or believe in you,
your very thought will attract more experiences to confirm your beliefs.
If you keep talking about a divorce or break up in a relationship,
then you might end up with it.
Turn your thoughts and conversations around to be more positive
and power packed with faith, hope, love and action.
Don’t be afraid to believe that you can have what you want and deserve.
Watch your Thoughts, they become words.
Watch your Words, they become actions.
Watch your Actions, they become habits.
Watch your Habits, they become character.
Watch your Character, for it becomes your DESTINY.
The minute you settle for less than what you deserve,
you get even less than what you settle for.
Watch how your circumstances and situations begin to change
when you change the way you speak.
REMEMBER: Life is like melted butter…
Once things cool down, it can be reshaped!
Well, it certainly looks like what we say affects our lives more than we may realise. That’s quite a substantial bit of food for thought that’s worth pondering upon, don’t you think so?