To pick up where we left off…
I recently finished reading Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions that Will Help You See It and Seize It by John C. Maxwell.
In it, there is a short section referring to the importance of our “vocabulary.”
If you want to achieve your dream, you need to pay attention to what you say. French novelist Emile de Girardin noted the power of words: “The power of words is immense. Well chosen words have stopped armies, changed defeat into victory, and saved empires.” The words you use have the power to move you closer or farther away from your dream.
This quote might provide some insights into the power of words, which is effectively where Dr. Masaru Emoto’s findings have brought me.
But it also brings more questions with it.
- Are words only important if you’re looking to achieve a dream?
- What is the connection between words stopping armies, changing defeats into victories, saving empires, and achieving dreams?
- Who is Emile de Girardin?
- Why do the words you use have the power to move you closer or farther away from your dream?
The journey continues…