How can words shape my life?

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Dr. Kathleen Hall
Preventive Medicine
Words are powerful sources of energy. Look into someone's eyes you love and say, "I love you." The powerful energy of those words will possibly create a response from the other person, whether it is a verbal response, a kiss, or a hug. The ability of humans to put their feelings into words is a great responsibility and gift.

A word can make you smile, cry, laugh, or be happy, sad, angry, or frightened. Words can inspire and motivate us to noble actions or lead us into a movement of destruction and darkness. Words can heal or harm. Energetic words from the mouth of Adolf Hitler and Sojourner Truth changed the course of human history.

As we speak words we transform the energy of our thoughts and emotions into a powerful reality. Speaking and writing words are acts of incarnation. Words are thoughts and emotions made flesh.
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