Many people believe that words translate into actions, that words are things, or become things like energy in the universe that creates ebbs and flows, positive or negative depending upon the meaning of the word.
Language itself is a miracle of humankind. I recently came across two charismatic characters online, Pastor Ken Loring and Tony Stone. They both tell us that words are seeds, and by using words in a correct manner and in a careful, meaningful way, you can sow seeds that sprout success.
Keep sowing the seed. Changes are that you have excellent seeds, and as the legendary business philosopher Jim Rohn said, by continuously sowing seeds it will ultimately fall on different types of ground. He reiterates the story from the Bible of the sower with excellent seed who persevered and eventually his seeds found their way to fertile ground.
It takes patience.
It takes tenacity.
It takes careful planning.
It takes inspired action.
It takes using words for maximum effect. Make your words positive, and watch your language. Don’t waste it because language is a gift. It is what sets us apart from all creation. Make your words excellent, and devise them as powerful agents for change. You may have heard the phrase, “freedom of expression.” I am here to tell you that expression itself is freedom. To be human is to have this power.
Helen Keller is a great example of the power of words. She couldn’t hear or speak, but she used the power of language to literally change the world. She became a public figure, a political activist who strove for social change. She became known as “the miracle worker.” Let this be an inspiration to you to use the power of language to your advantage. Speak and write the truth. Say what you mean and mean what you say.