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Words/Vocabulary

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Vitamins for the Mind
by Jim Rohn

The two great words of antiquity are behold and beware.  Behold the possibilities and beware the temptations.

Vocabulary enables us to interpret and to express. If you have a limited vocabulary, you will also have a limited vision and a limited future.

Well chosen words mixed with measured emotions is the basis of affecting people.

It’s okay to send flowers, but don’t let the flowers do all the talking. Flowers have a limited vocabulary.  About the best flowers can say is that you remembered.  But your words tell the rest.

Words do two major things:  They provide food for the mind and create light for understanding and awareness.

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2 thoughts on “Words/Vocabulary

  1. Hi Tena. Being a lover of words, I can relate to this post. I think it’s notable too that God chose words, His written word as His primary means of communication with mankind. We can see a beautiful sunset, a majestic mountain and many other beautiful nature and know that there is a God, but we cannot truly know God outside of His Word. I am so thankful for the written Word of God!!

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  2. Me too, Carol! Nice to hear from you, Sister! God bless you. 🙂

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