Why words matter?

Words!! From the ancient period to the modern world, from the early man to modern people, from the ancient scripts to the modern WhatsApp emojis, the one thing is still unchangeable, it is nothing but the words. The style and fonts of the words change periodically with the evolution of time, but it uniquely conveys something to the world.
A proverb, “A Pen is mightier than Sword” clearly explains the power of words in this world. Words are nothing but the facts that conveys something to the society. A positive word becomes the vibrations and inspirations to the person and the negative words become threats to the person.
There is a saying that “Our mind is the best servant but worst master”. The words that arise in our mind also follow the same. One of greatest Tamil poet and the philosopher, Thiruvalluvar, has literally narrated the power of words in just seven words.
“When pleasant words are easy, bitter words to use, Is like, leaving sweet ripe fruit, the sour unripe to choose.”
Words have the power to create an impact in the readers or the listener’s mind. According to the butterfly theory, the butterfly wings has the power to cause the hurricane in China. Then what about our words? Words are an extremely super power which should be handled with care.
The deadliest weapon is nothing but one’s tongue. It has the most supernatural power to kill the person instantly. Words spoken from a podium must be heard. Jokes cracked in private must be ignored.
In the famous water crystal experiments conducted by Dr. Masaru Emoto, words were shown to have a transformative impact on a molecular level. Words like JOY, LOVE, GRATITUDE were taped on water containers. Then the water was frozen into crystals that, when observed under a microscope, looked like beautiful and uniquely patterned snowflakes. But when words like HATE or FEAR were used, the crystals were disfigured, asymmetrical, or unformed.
Even the crystal shapes become beautiful while using smoothly. Then you, not our human life? Try to use the power of words as because of word matters!!!
Thanks,
Ramya Chinnadurai
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