The Bald Eagle
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Correcting a misguided soul,
Making an improvement,
Helping someone through their dark night of the soul
Displays respect and acknowledgement of another human being's weaknesses and the inner wisdom derived from your inner knowledge, which shouts out saved, but for the grace of God, it could have been me.
Tactfulness does not judge:
It engages the suffering person to find a way out of their misery.
In today's society where people are more about having their voices heard, instead of being careful about the judgements they dish out, being tactful has lost its glamour.
We live in a society where we
Let it all hang out,
Say what is on our minds,
Speak the truth, but according to whom?
We have proven through the results of our actions that received life through words spoken by our mouths that we don't see the tiny dot in the puzzle.
Three things have I learned so far on my journey:
Life and death are in the power of the tongue:
Everyone is accountable for the words that he or she speaks:
Words spoke in haste,
Will meet you around the corner:
A causeless curse does not happen.
Tactful people live longer and healthier. They are empowered by the spirit of meekness that gives them the ability to move higher.