Something not many people are aware of, the power of words. They hold weight. If you heard the phrase "take that back" or "you don't mean that" when some has said something harsh to or about someone, it causes a ripple effect outwards. This in return, what ever it is you put out into the universe, it always comes back to the point of origin. So if you say bad things you get that back in some point in your life. Same goes with the good thing said. Especially when you have intentions behind them. Good or bad.
Reference the animals when our current dog was a pup about three years ago. I was the one he bonded with so he learnt from me. He is a mongrel breed. He is loyal, affectionate, protective, and very intelligent. The intelligence was not there for about a year. He was as dumb as a house brick. I got too frustrated by this and used a talent of mine. I spoke to him not just verbally but at the same time, subconsciously. I asked him why he doesn't understand our commands and requests. He replied to me subconsciously, " I am young and lazy to learn". I replied back, " you are a wonderfully intelligent dog who needs to step up and show your true colours". The next day and from then on was amazing. Complete back flip. He responds to every command. The thing is, I know there are dog breeds that need obedience training and some that have it in them. I found it in him and unlocked that in him. He is a Staffordshire terrier cross Australian cattle dog. The best dog I have had in my life. So words do hold weight and they can do amazing things. It's all about how you use them and in the right context and intentions.
Staffy. Cattle Dog
Equals, the closest what my boy looks like.
"The two most important days of your life. The day you were born and the day you find out why."
"The devil whispered, "you can't withstand the storm." The warrior replied, "I am the storm".
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