100 Words: What If.
What if nothing and nobody is wrong.
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.
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