Each day, after the sun rises in our world, we settle into the reality of the mundane. The day to day tasks. We have to get ourselves and the children dressed, we have to get them breakfast, get to school and work. Once we arrive, there is a never ending list of things to do. Over the course of the day, we engage in many conversations and, in turn, likely pass many judgments within them.
Generally, most of us speak so many words or judge others so often that it's hard to imagine them not simply vanishing into the air, ineffectual and vaporous, as if they never existed in the first place. Except. we know the opposite to be true.
Words do have power, whether in actual conversation with others or in the more subtle cumulative effect on your own brain, your own subconscious. If you constantly speak from a place of anger, victim-hood, and suffering, you are vastly more likely to find causation of those experiences entering into your world. If you instead speak words of healing and love, even to yourself, you will begin to find more and more of that filling your life as it ingrains itself in your mind.
In this short message today, I implore you, pay attention to your words. Watch what you say. What your mouth. And even more so, watch your thoughts and your judgments. We are creating our lives every moment. It's up to us what they will be like.