The greatest power each of us is in the choice of the words we use with another. Our words can lift another out of the dumps. Our words can inspire another to stretch and reach for a goal. Our words can tell another we love them. Our words can ask forgiveness and say, “I’m sorry.” Our words can also destroy, discourage, humiliate, and shame. Be a builder of people. Use the power of your words to build a better, more humane and loving world.
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