Hello everyone and welcome to my blog again. I am thrilled to be back and sharing my journey with you in my writing: things that matter to my heart
As I was pondering through life and things, I battled with the thought of thinking and wondering: how many times as humans do we say things to people that break them or we later realized or thought we could not have said them. I know it looks and sound simple from the surface, but do we ever even think about the severity and their impact in other people’s life.
Emotions are real; and feelings are a serious battle that we never think about it very deeply. We always want to use words that are positive to make someone feel better, but the real hurt and pain is there. Imagine the struggle to mend a broken wood; the battle to put it back to its original state. It’s not an easy thing, we try but we don’t always win. It is only by grace to be able to restore what was broken back to it’s original state
When someone does not come back to you and tell his/her feelings about what you said doesn’t mean it was OK. We are not in control of how people react towards what we say to them, but one thing that I know for sure and have learned is that, we are in control of what we say. We can choose what we say to others. This is the power we have and we can use it to control what comes out of our mouth
There is this saying,
Matthew 15:18; “But what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart, and this defiles a person.”
Experience and life taught us that what we say with our mouths has its roots in the hearts. This is the beginning of everything. But when we ensure that we feed our hearts with good things always, we take out good always.
Have a blessed week further and “Be Good; and Do Good.” Love is contagious and when we pass the bug, everyone around you catches it. Act of good will leaves a good mark rather than a scar to someone.
With Love ❤️
Mashikoane “Modipadi” Mohuba