Monday, August 25, 2008
What you say
Truth has little need of elaborate explanation. The fewer words you can use, the more meaning they have.
Speak what you know to be true. And there will be no need to hide your thoughts behind your words.
Words have little meaning if there is no conviction to support them. When your words come directly from who you most sincerely are, they carry with them great power.
Do not make the mistake of attempting to deceive others with what you say. For once your words are found to be insincere, you will have great difficulty being taken seriously again.
Words are easy to say. Yet for those words to have any meaning or power, they must closely match the reality of your actions and your being.
Speak clearly, truthfully, with respect and humility. From the truth of who you are, comes the best of what you say.
Ralph MarstonLife is now So very much good
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