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  • If my words, were a part of a tree as leaves. Would I take chances by saying the wrong or bad words and loosing the leaves from the branches of my Tree. How much more careful I would be if this was how precious my words be.

    We use our words to slice and dice people and also to keep them warm, but to a large extend tear people apart. The issue with many of us is that we take for granted that because we have some vocabulary in our vaults we can them at will and that it would be fancy and people look at us. Forgetting the fact that some words used at certain time can carry a very grave impact leaving negative or positive impacts on the ones we used it on.

    I was viewing this movie, were the protagonist when he speaks loose a leave from the tree in his garden and his life is dependent on it. If we all had such a tree in life how much more precious we would have worked and used words carefully that would have left far more positive impacts than the negative and broken hearts.

    Personally I see the importance of every word and that to use it i might think in the back of my head the real meaning than just use it because its fancy and I know it. I might have made my mistakes but its never too late to learn and start a new dimension that can bring about change. If words has impacts lets use them to make the sun shine bright in each others heart than to put the fire into someone else mind.

    Words are precious, its like a leaf in a tree, use the right ones and they multiple, the wrong will shred until one fine day the only thing standing there is a dead old tree.
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