Yesterday, I did a Soul Mate relationship reading for my client, Nancy, who was blessed to reconnect with the love of her life, after more than twenty years of separation. She was thrilled to death to be traveling across the country to see him, but she had had a bad marriage and a string of Cellmate relationships that had brought out the worst in her,and she was really scared that she might mess things up with him. I told her that she had to learn to watch her words, so that she and her new-found, long lost love would learn to always speak to each other in kind and loving words. I told her, she had to learn to say what she means and mean what she says without being defensive and without raising her voice. Then she said something quite brilliant, “I have to say what I mean without saying it mean.”
Imagine a world in which everyone said what they needed to say in a kind and compassionate way. Start today by watching your words. Say what you mean. Mean what you say. But, please, don’t be mean about it!