W hether you say good things or bad things you might think they are not being heard but they are and will be remembered. 🙂 The other day my 6 year old grand son wanted me to stay with him while he played this game he was afraid of. I told him everything was in his thoughts and it was his thoughts that were making him afraid. He then decided he didn’t want to play the game. I of course helped him to see why playing a game like that was not a good thing.
Then the next day I was at his house and we were talking about something that was high up, sky diving and I said I wouldn’t be doing that. He looked at me with a cute look and smile and said B (he calls me B) it’s all in your thoughts. How right he was and I had to laugh, him using my words.
This also happened with my grand daughter when she was 5 years old. She had to go to the bathroom and I was parked at the very end of the parking lot waiting for my daughter and didn’t want to walk that far because we were going somewhere together, and I was in a hurry. I was leaving my car there to ride with her mom. I had been listening to one of my messages and it said I like to park far away from the store, it helps me get more exercise. Needless to say I walked really fast the entire length of the parking lot and to the other end of the store and back and I did it quite fast. 🙂
Just remember your words are heard and will be remembered. Even when you need to hear them, from someone else. Like little children. Practice what you speak.
Just a couple of cute stories to remind you, what you say matters, and can help others as well as yourself. Have a blessed day. 🙂