Should we exercise prudence before we speak?

Creating through words is an art like any other. Words allow us to create using our imagination. As for myself, I am a visual person therefore when one is communicating with me, I see pictures and it is with those images, I understand and my imagination is then in color mode. Some people say I hear you when spoken too, but I see, I get the picture. Sometimes I get the most wonderful images others not so much.

Words are a powerful tool —starting with “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” John 1:1 —English Standard Version of the Bible.
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Words, I believe are alive and once said they are trapped in an eternal ripple effect, never more to be redeemed unless through and by Source. There is infinite power in the tongue and wisdom tells us we should exercise prudence before we speak. Words can change a situation from good to bad, they carry in them the power of life and death. Perhaps holding our tongue is good judgment in and of itself in certain settings.  We can cause a true gold shift, with our words, written and /or spoken.
~ By Edna Harris * Ontario, Canada
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One Response to Should we exercise prudence before we speak?

  1. Diane says:

    Yes, a true gold shift is what we can cause with our words and our writings.. thank you for this. Edna. Another golden post. Your words are wisdom to the soul.

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