Remember the first time that you heard the word Mama or Da Da uttered from a babies voice. If you didn’t have children of your own then maybe there was a time that you heard just your name spoken from a little one. I bet you smiled. As adults maybe it would be good to go back and focus on small words that create positive reactions for us and others.
When we practice small things like small words it will give us the power to grow and experience what is good in each other. It is simple and free.
This is a list that I have been using more often. It is rewarding to see how the words work.
24 Positive Small Words
- I love you.
- Thank you.
- Excuse me.
- I care.
- You are special.
- Good morning.
- How are you?
- That was very nice.
- I understand and admire your courage.
- Your smile is like sunshine.
- You have such a good listening ear.
- The things you do are important.
- You did a great job.
- We can do this together.
- You inspire me by trying.
- I appreciate you.
- Your sharing makes a difference.
- You were missed when you were gone.
- You have brought joy into my life.
- You can do it.
- I noticed your kind deed.
- I enjoyed being with you.
- You are never alone.
- You touched my heart.
Yes, small words can carry power to inspire, bring hope, joy, and encouragement to others. Then the positive effects come back to us. I will ask you to join me in a review of small words that we can use to create harmony, peace, and love in our baby boomer journey of life. You can do it. It is okay. We did it as babies. We taught our children. Now let’s not forget the importance and the positive power of small words. It is up to you. It is never too late. What other words can we add and practice that are small but very powerful? It is not being childlike. It is really about showing how grown up we really are. Today might be the day that your life or the life of another will be changed with the power of a kind and considerate small word.
Originally posted 2013-04-21 21:38:00.