Words are powerful. All the words that we hear, read, think, and say, have an impact on our life.
We can choose to hear, read, think, and say words that pull us down or words that build us up. Our culture bombards and brainwashes us with loser words. Take a few minutes today and pay attention to the words that are entering your mind.
Evaluate those words. What percentage of them are winner words: uplifting, encouraging, wholesome, kind, helpful, or positive? And what percentage of them are loser words: depressing, discouraging, vulgar, unkind, harmful, or negative?
When we have a significant percentage of loser language in what we hear, read, think, and say; we have a hard time avoiding self-destructive behaviors. Achieving a happy, successful lifestyle becomes very difficult.
In our contemporary environment, anyone can hear, read, think, and say loser words. They abound. However, to hear, read, think, and say winner words requires the greatest courage and effort.
Do you want to think winner words? Here are a few winner words that you may not come across in your enviornment today. Check out these quotations:
“May you go forward securely, joyfully, and swiftly, on the path of prudent happiness.” –Clare of Assisi
“There is gladness in my soul today, and hope and praise and love.” –Eliza E. Hewitt
“This instant is a new beginning.” –Tolbert Henry McCarrol
“Life is absolutely super and wonderful.” –Edward Franklin Albee
“Colors are the smiles of nature.” –Leigh Hunt
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.” –Melanie Beattie
“Listen to the words of the wise and take all that is good as your own.” –Morihei Ueshiba
“In a world where so much needs to be done, there must be something for me to do.” –Dorothea Dix
“Choose well. Open your heart to the influences that lift.” –Catherine Bramwell Booth