Words are windows, or they’re walls,
They sentence us, or set us free.
Always remember that your words are more powerful than you may think.
It is vitally important to watch your words.
With one single phrase, you can destroy many years of hard work, just by uttering a word that can hurt those you love most. Sometimes, it is harder to watch your words with those closest to you, but to those closest to you your words have the most effect. So you need to be even more careful to be selective about what you let come out of your mouth. It can be hard in the moments of emotional upheaval but the consequences of loose words spoken can last for a long, long time. It’s not easy to heal someone you’ve hurt with harsh words. So be careful with what you say. Make a habit of watching your words. Be an encouragement with your words, not a criticiser.
Speak lovingly, truthfully. Be uplifting. You can heal people with your words or you can hurt people with your words.
Sometimes it will be difficult for you to choose, but the choice is always up to you. Work hard to discipline your tongue. It will save you so much trouble.
With your partner, always speak well of each other, whether you are talking to each other, or talking about each other to someone else. Words can affect the person even if they do not hear what you say. So make sure, your words are words of life.