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Lessons in life always come with a price. Cheap, exspensive, or priceless are words I use to describe those events that taught me through pain, normally, how to, or not to conduct my existence. Of course, the cheap lesson would reflect a lesson without pain. An exspensive lesson is reflective of learning through monetary consequence like, I should have slowed down through that speed zone, I hope the fine is not more than $500!” The priceless lesson, however, is always a doozey. That’s the “big one” that can cost you everything short of death. Who would think that a simple statement could possibly turn your world upside down?

“Whoever guards his mouth and tongue keeps his soul from troubles.” Prov.21:23 (NKJV)

I have observed and experienced how a statement can do just that. When I was younger, I was very involved in a particular church group, teaching, working with youth, asst. music “dude,” janitor, deacon….and arrogant. I had the “works” down pat. I didn’t think I could fall from grace because God “needed” me. Observing worldly behavior of the unbelievers, I made this foolish statement, How do they live like that? I’ll NEVER BE like them! I could NEVER LIVE that way! That’s the short of what happened. It began with words, and ended in actions that were “priceless.” Eighteen years of debaucherous living ensued.

This a good look at watching what we say. Written by Keith over at Think in Today, this article illustrates why we should not make some statements…as they may come back to haunt us. Words have tremendous power in our lives, and not just ours, but the lives of those who hear what we say. Lessons in life seldom come cheaply, and this is an honest look by Keith at an expensive one.

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Nine Words

This is a very short, and very good article from Debbie over at Two Minutes of Grace. As the name of the blog implies…you will receive grace, or encouragement, or a smile…in two minutes or less!

You is kind. You is smart. You is important.                        ~ Aibileen Clark

I read Kathryn Stockett’s The Help long before it became a New York Times Best Seller or was featured as an Oprah’s Book Club book. Last night I rented the movie from the Red Box outside of a tiny grocery store in a little town on the Texas bayou.

My favorite part of the book was also my favorite part of the movie. It was when Aibileen said those 9 precious words to little Mae Mobley.

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