A tongue is boneless yet has killed many

 A tongue is boneless yet has killed many

By George Sichula
A tongue has no bones but its strong enough to break your life.

Be careful with your words. Words don’t have the construction power until they’re spoken. Lisa M. Hayes said, ” Be careful how you are talking to yourself because you are listening.”

What you say of yourself every day will either lift you up or tear you down. Words become your thoughts, your thoughts become your emotions, your emotions will determine what you follow and do. All success or failure begins with a person’s self-talk.

Use your words to drive you forward. Words have power; the words you use determine your internal emotional state. Before any great performances, the geniuses do not condemn themselves, they do not focus on gossip or what critics say, they speak power words to themselves. Every word you use has a consequence; it can either power you up or power you down.

Words are powerful. Change your life by changing your words. Some of you have just bewitched yourselves by the words you use in politics, church, families and communities. What you need is not deliverance from demons but deliverance from your own mouth.

Remember, a fish that swims with a closed mouth can’t be hooked. Power up your life with empowering language for your words have great power, use them to support and inspire you. Choose your words carefully- use empowering words to express what you want, what you will do, and what you will accept.

The Independent Observer


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