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Words matter










It’s almost certain that you’ll forget most of the things you said today, this week, or this year.  And it’s likely that some of your words will be remembered by the recipients for years to come.

Multiple historical contemplatives have preached the value of being impeccable with our words (per the first of the Four Agreements).  Written and spoken words carry weight.  Choose them wisely.

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