Power of words


“Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs” -Pearl Strachan

When life gets uncontrollable and nothing is in your hands, words can make everything feasible. We actually don’t need something very philosophical to comfort us. A simple “Everything will be fine” or “Don’t worry, I’ll be there for you” is even enough to overcome any worst situation. When a person suffers from a life-threatening illness and doctors can do absolutely nothing, words may enhance the person’s willpower. Giving what we call as  positive talk can definitely boost up the person’s endurance, positivity and most important strength. We have numerous live examples who fought the most fatal condition, Cancer. Out of them is one of the greatest Indian cricketer, Mr. Yuvraj Singh. Actually, my life is surrounded with many people who conquered their illnesses and continuing, solely because of words. My father fought stomach ulcer with the help of words, positive visualization and positive emotions. My grandfather  is fighting kidney failure (going for dialysis), diabetes, high blood pressure and multiple artery blockages with the help of positive talk. My grandmother is fighting hernia, diabetes and atrial fibrillation with the help of positive talk. So, can you see how immense the power of words can be? They can either restore or ruin a person’s life, so choose your words wisely 😃

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  1. Shonessa,it seems your life revolves around your family. I could derive an innocent humor in your writing when you mentioned so many illness in your family and you are only depending on positive words. Pls take them to the doctors and give them medicine. The only person you didn’t mention is about your mother, is she fine? Pls take her to the doctor, even she might have some illness. It seems word-press has taken the responsibility of promoting your family only. You need a break from immature kind of writing, i guess you have limited access in life. Pls go out and face the real world and then derive positivity.

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    1. Hehheh! My mother is perfectly fine *touchwood*. Actually, I could relate this blog with my family so thought of mentioning it. Otherwise, you could check my other posts too! Thanks a ton for pointing out my mistake. Umm.. I am still a school going student, so yes I have to face many challenges of this world and then get the real meaning of it. But as of now, my family is my real world!😉😊💕


      1. We’re on the same page yo. Oh and my blog is a rant blog. I rant. So, I was ranting about my family matters. Obviously, I’ll rant about negative things. You’re a dank meme lol


      2. Sure! I really don’t know what wrong did I do. Talk to me face to face about this. Thanks. No further arguments. I have a very good mood today😀


  2. Reblogged this on Inner Ramblings Boulevard: and commented:
    There is power in positive thinking.
    There is power in knowing when to speak and knowing when to be silent.
    There is power in choosing our words wisely.
    There is power in using our words for good and not evil.

    Say hello to Shonessa one of our loyal followers and a recent participant in my last quiz. Shonessa, thanks so much for playing along, your feedback was well received!

    Guys, in her post below, Shonessa delves into a well known topic of the power of positive thoughts. Words can heal and they can hurt. The question is how do you choose to use them? Hop on over to her blog, read her story and be sure to show some love. Enjoy! 🌷

    November 10 2016 (Showcase Reblog)

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