Bite Your Tongue

Bite your tongue when those nasty retorts want to jump out of your mouth.  Have a heart.  A favorite excuse people use is, “I am just being blatantly honest.”  NO, you can be honest without harsh overtones, cutting digs or just plain rudeness.  Blatant honesty comes from those under the age of, perhaps, six.  We are all one.  We all experience pain, joy, unjust and fairness.  It is the simple things within our power to change.  The choices we make.  Choose positivity, bite your tongue and, perchance, say something nice instead.  Send Sunshine.

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22 thoughts on “Bite Your Tongue

  1. This is so very true! What a positive message…and perfect time for me to find you as this, my 42nd year, has been about surrounding myself with powerful, well spoken and positive writers and women!! Thank you for this message!

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    1. Do I sound like a mother? Hah! I am experiencing empty nest syndrome and have already remodeled my house so why not start a blog. 🙂 Your words are truly special to my heart and I thank you! We mothers are a special breed and I only wish all moms were equally passionate. 🙂 Have a truly wonderful day and I look forward to following you!

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  2. Beautifully said. We are all one. We all walk our own paths, we all experience hardships. It is important to keep this in mind when we interact with one another. This is a wonderful message to share, thank you!

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    1. Yeah! My friend thought it was a bit sappy, but it is hard to send a message without getting caught up in other belief systems, etc. Check out my about me page (short link on side bar) and it explains it a little bit more too! Have a wonderful day! 🙂

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  4. So true that being honest, giving someone your opinion doesn’t have to be brutal. We used to have a rule at my last job, when critiquing facilities we worked with – for any negative give two positives.

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