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Choice Words

"Words can inspire and words can destroy. Choose yours well."- Robin Sharma

I have a dishtowel that hangs in my kitchen that a dear friend gave to me. It reads, "I love Jesus but I cuss a little." First, thank God for friends who know me so well but love me anyway. Those are the best kinds. Second, while I have a history of being an avid lover of choice words as well as someone known for frankly giving people a piece of my mind, I'm finally realizing in my "maturity" that saying whatever I feel like saying whenever I feel like saying it may not be the wisest of choices, and very likely will end in a situation where I am far more negatively affected than my intended target. As a teenager I was told, "You'll catch more flies with honey than you will with vinegar. As a young adult I was told, "It's not what you say, it's how you say it." Who am I kidding? I was told that as recently as the last six months.(Note: We are always a work in progress.) However, a