“Some day we’ll be able to measure the power of words. I think they are things. They get on the walls. They get in your wallpaper. They get in your rugs, in your upholstery, and your clothes, and finally in to you.”
~ Maya Angelou
Words are the one thing we have in common, and the one thing we use everyday to shape our lives.
It is how we set boundaries.
It is how we exchange feelings.
It is how we negotiate in love and at work.
It is how we release and it is how we refuel.
Words become messages that are the base of your decisions and communication.
These messages shape how you value yourself and how others perceive your worth.
The value of your vocabulary molds your decisions and ultimately your life.
Finding your voice is not about yelling, becoming a public speaker or an activist.
It’s about finding the connection between your quality-of-life and your words. They guide your daily interactions in love, with money and setting boundaries — just to mention a few.
I’m glad you have stopped by my site. I want to be a resource that helps you fine-tune your voice to speak more inline with your authentic self. Your true worth.
You can find creative nonfiction stories I’ve written to share my struggles with my vocabulary, and how it shaped many of my life experiences.
You can visit Paz Yoga page for non-intimidating yoga sequences for all levels. Knowing what’s in your head is just as important as getting out of it.
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xo – Sahar