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We have to be very care­ful with our words. Our words have tremen­dous power, whether we want or not, we will give life to what we say­ing, ei­ther good or evil. It is also im­por­tant to guard our words be­cause what has been said can­not be un­said. We can’t keep then back when our words were al­ready came out of mouth.

We have to think many times be­fore ut­ter­ing af­fect these who re­ceive these. Bet­ter to speak lov­ing words of ap­proval and ac­cep­tance, words whom we tran­spire our words so that these and their sense of worth.

No one is happy to hear harsh words, even those who mis­deeds. We are los­ing the sense of value of a per­son if we con­tin­u­ally ex­press neg­a­tive words, thus re­sult low es­teem, in­fe­ri­or­ity Com­plex, shy­ness and the like.

The best way to get the heart of a per­son ges­tures of love, speak good­ness and bless­ings and give the due re­spect. I’m this man­ner, we be­gin en­cour­ag­ing our fel­low to be have a happy life, healthy mind, say, and body and most of all we dis­play God’s im­age within us.

As teach­ers, our words are so pow­er­ful. Let us al­ways speak pos­i­tive views to­wards our learn­ers. It is not easy to dis­ci­pline a big pop­u­la­tion of stu­dents ev­ery day, how­ever, through our words and ac­tions, these learn­ers will even­tu­ally turn from bit­ter to BET­TER per­sons. It’s our re­spon­si­bil­ity to give the best learn­ing co­in­cided with heart­warm­ing words of en­cour­age­ment. Say­ing “I Love you”, “I be­lieve in you”, “I am proud of you” are just some of the ex­pres­sions which will up­lift the mo­ral of a per­son. Let us start in­spir­ing our fel­low through our pow­er­ful words.

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The au­thor is Teacher II at Justino Sevilla High School, Mangga Ca­cu­tud, Arayat, Pam­panga

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