As in the saying, « Turn your tongue seven times in your mouth before speaking », we should talk only after we took a moment to really think about what we want to say.
Why should we think about what we want to say before we say it?
Because we can find better words to express our mind.
Because we can prevent ourselves from saying something that we don’t really want to say.
Because sometimes less is better.
« The less you talk, the more you’re listened to. »
– Pauline Phillips
There’s power in the word you say. Use that power wisely.
You want to help others. You think you have something to bring them.
Save your energy for the right people.
When you open yourself to someone and find out that they only want to take your dreams down. Stop, don’t argue, smile and pray for them. Then go away.
If they don’t have an open mind to what you are saying, then you should not waste your time with them.
Pray for them and hope that someday they will open themselves to what you think. If they don’t it will be their choice.
You can’t help everyone.
Some people will be open to you and others will not.
Focus on those who will be listening.
Be careful what you wish for. You may get it.
When you wish for something to happen, you sent intention. The more that intention is linked with emotion, the more power your wish will have.
“Consider the implications. We think we know what we want, but we can never really know until we’ve got it. And sometimes when we have, we discover we never really wanted it in the first place – but then it’s too late”
– Alexandra Potter
How can you reach your goal if you don’t know what they are?
You have to be sure of what you with for, before you wish for it.
A wish is not a game. It’s a funny ritual without meaning.
Treat your wish with respect and they will come into your life with the same respect.