There is untold power in the words we use. There is a vibration that is sent forth. I pay
attention to the words I use in daily dialogue, stating the positive even when I’m speaking
to myself. I can do that. I have boundless energy. I won’t give up without trying several approaches. Negativity is mentally draining. I can’t do that. I’m too fatigued. It won’t work, so why try?
One day, the word WORRY flashed through my mind. I’m so worried. Don’t worry.
You’re such a worrywart. I am trained in the use of words in our prayers and the effect they have on our conviction that only God has the power to provide the right answers.
We can’t cope with or fully comprehend why we or our loved ones have to suffer. Ever.
We forget that we’re human and not divine. Worrying involved such wasted energy.
Wait a minute.
I stopped what I was doing and breathed a silent thank you. God had given me these
thoughts for a reason. It took only a couple minutes to convert WORRY into Waste Of
Resources Regarding Yourself. I never hear or use the word worry again without its new
definition coming to mind. I have shared it with every client.
I continued to receive word examples and started to them down. They became an
effective tool in my teaching as I instructed clients in how to become or remain calm and
heal their lives. A strong faith doesn’t happen overnight; it has taken me years to
appreciate the effectiveness of positivity. God never teaches negativity. Our life changes
for the better when we turn our thoughts away from hate, rudeness, bitterness, revenge,
conceit, anxiousness, dishonesty, and a host of other negative traits.
Strive instead for love, courage, forgiveness, patience, perseverance, tolerance,
respect, generosity, selflessness. And remember that time is irrelevant. Learning how to begin and grow my faith has not been a burdensome undertaking. Rather, I have gained a
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