Wednesday, August 24, 2011

The Spoken Words of Spirit--August 25, 2011

Depending on your mood in the moment, sometimes unspoken words can cause unintentional harm. When technology overtook personal contact, one of the worst aspects was that people want to read into everything with the tone that is already in their own head. This will frequently have you interpreting things that are simply not intended to be harmful. Language interpretation spans cultures, personalities, religious views, but when it comes to the written word, the power of your emotional state plays a big role in the way you perceive things.

“I love you” can mean romance, friendship, sarcasm, a compliment, humor, or just simple appreciation. It is fully dependant on your level of happiness, anxiety, sadness or more. Often, the matter in which you interpret someone’s words will have more to do with the way you consciously and subconsciously want to read them. The fact that someone might tell you that they love you, because it comes from a place deep within their heart, might be misunderstood as meaning any of the other varieties. This is precisely why the spoken word, through one on one contact, is vital in all lives. It will create more of a semblance of honor, as well as honesty. There will be fewer overreactions to innocent intent. Peace will fill your hearts much more than angst and anger.

The gift of human contact is much more important than most of the younger society is aware of. That is why it is imperative for the rest of the population to implore more personal ways of dealing with each other. It will lead to fewer feuds and more meaningful friendships. The world will still be accessible through technology, but the foundation of relationships will enable you to knock on someone’s door or pick up the telephone if a disagreement takes place. By trusting that the power of personal contact is more of a blessing, your life will be streamlined towards success in ways you would otherwise never have found, nor will you if you become a “hide behind a screen or monitor” human being. All we are stating is that there needs to be a balance between all aspects. However, sharing the gift of oratory and physical contact will make your life be more gentle. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
---------
The Nook link for my book is:

Check out our website at www.JimFargiano.com for the new inspirational magnets and the combo deal for The Spoken Words of Spirit book, Escaping Boundaries meditation CD and coffee mug! Upon request, all books will be personalized and autographed.

Please take a look at our first inspirational quote video and let me know what you think about it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBOpnHteU9s.

If you want to view other short quotes from Spirit, you can send a “friend request” to me on FaceBook. The link for the fan page is: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Spoken-Words-of-Spirit/121058579500?ref=mf. A different inspirational quote can be found there.

3 comments:

Jim said...

There is no replacement for human interaction. What a great message.

Mary said...

“I love you” can mean romance, friendship, sarcasm, a compliment, humor, or just simple appreciation.

Often, the matter in which you interpret someone’s words will have more to do with the way you consciously and subconsciously want to read them.

The gift of human contact is much more important than most of the younger society is aware of.

Sharing the gift of oratory and physical contact will make your life be more gentle.

Love and human contact is food for our souls. I think we would wither away without it.

God Bless you,
Jim Our Angel :-)**

Jim Fargiano said...

Thank you, Jim and Mary.