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LIFE IS FOR LEARNING LESSONS

Sylvia Marina - Saturday, April 27, 2013

LIFE IS FOR LEARNING LESSONS written by Sylvia Marina

The social face can be vastly different to the posture and words that happen behind closed doors.

At a young age I became attuned to the power of language. The way we speak, gesture... the words we choose to use, have great power to discourage or inspire.

My foster father never used the ‘swear words’ (not even in man-company) but swear he did!  To write his silly isms and typical botheration words, would not make sense to a reader because it was the energy in which each sworn anger had me making a hasty retreat, sometimes to my physical hiding place and often to my non physical safe place.

Its the behaviour (body language), tone and attitude with words that shapes relationships; that has us yearning to stay and listen to more or withdrawing from the energy and eventually isolating ones-self.

A word is just a word, it is the intent that endears, persuades or repels the listener.

In relationships, it is easy to overlook the power of words, intimately the kind of words you use while communicating with each other plays a far more important role in love than many other effects you may consider as important.

Language is a mirror of how we value others.
Our language has great power to influence the lives of others.

The tones of love and welcome-to-my-world we use to communicate with babies and young children is a mirror of how we value life and the welcome-to-our-world we use with a new friend, relationship, employee and the growing love and respect within each relationship is a mirror of how we value others - a reflection of how we value our-self.

Language is the vehicle
of thought!

I learnt from our ‘house dad’ it is not just the word(s) you choose it is the intent behind the words. As a little girl I loved my foster dad, the welts and physical hurt from the buckle end of the leather strap was not the cause of separation in our relationship. I had an awareness of his frustration of a difficult marriage; month left at the end of the money type situation; his yearnings to be a teacher but instead was a low paid labourer. What severed the cords of respect were the many unkind words that furrowed into unseen wounds.

It is difficult to see the picture when you are inside of the frame.

Life is for learning lessons

There came a time when I prayed for understanding.  I yearned to be in touch with the energy of love and adoration that I had for my foster dad, when I was young and innocent.

As I write today my heart is smiling as I bring you another life lessons expressed best by these words from Nelson Mandela... “As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison!

© Sylvia Marina ND.,
EXPERT IN HUMAN BEHAVIOUR | SPEAKER
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