100 Words: What If.

What if nothing and nobody is wrong.

Ever.

To consider the impact of a broad stroke, begin with the small brush. Consider the fly speck on the otherwise clean window, say. Graduate to the unkempt office. Then and only then rise to meet the unkind word.

Every sound from a throat or a tongue is the voice of the world.

Speaking against is a way to spend life force. Speaking for is another.

What if we breathed in the love that built us so deeply that it caused a breeze of kindness to move gently across the land.

What then.

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Terri Crosby

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    Cosette

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    I think about this daily, and try to practice it. Sadly, it often seems fruitless. But, I’ll keep trying.

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      Terri Crosby

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      Yes. Imagining is a good thing. The brain can’t tell the difference between whether your mental picture is really happening or not. So it’s good to meditate, visualize. Maybe the world will rise up and match your vision one day. Keep it up!

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    shiner

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    Wonderful and important for all of us to embrace should we desire change .

    The tree reference of course rocks my boat, those magnificent beings, be they a sapling or a massive tree far older than any of us, that are tribe oriented.

    Thanks as always
    Shiner

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      Terri Crosby

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      Yes, the wisdom of trees rocks my boat, too. Everybody’s a tribe. That’s what seems to go over so many sweet human heads.

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    Teria

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    Wow hon…….the imagery……and the FEEL………of that Loving…….. Breeze……… 🙂

    AND……the amazing POWER of speaking For………..

    These moments, each and every one of them, are such gifts, aren’t they ?

    Ever and always………gratefully yours. 🙂

    Teria

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    charleene

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    How simply and beautifully expressed. An important reminder with powerful impact. I have renewed intention to put this into daily action. Thank you, Terri.

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    Joyce

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    For me, each of your 100 words blog entries is like a breathe of fresh air!

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      Terri Crosby

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      I’m so glad. And thank you for saying so, for taking a moment to write back. I appreciate it.

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