The Power of Your Words

As the CEO and ‘Chief Love Bug’ of EarthKind, I believe in the power of positive words and the impact they can have on the world around us. One concept that has always resonated with me is the idea of “divine oneness.” This concept holds that we are all connected and that our words and actions have the power to either divide or unite us.

One powerful example of this is the way that language can be used to divide people. We see this all too often in the world today, with politicians and leaders using divisive language to pit one group against another. This type of language creates division and animosity and can lead to harm, violence, and unnecessary anxiety.

On the other hand, we also see the power of words to unite people and bring about positive change. For example, the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s is a powerful example of how words and actions can be used to unite people and bring about much-needed change. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches were powerful examples of how words could be used to inspire and unite people, regardless of their race or background. I can still feel the powerful vibe from the small room where I was invited to celebrate MLK Day in the early 90s with his family while in Washington DC.

These examples demonstrate the power of words and the power they have on the world around us.

As a CEO, I encourage my team to use positive language and to be mindful of the impact their words can have. I believe that by doing so, we can make a positive difference in the world around us, and reduce negative thought forms.

In conclusion, Remember, that we are all connected as a human race. Let’s use that power for good, and work towards creating a more united and peaceful world as the EarthKind Anthem written by Amy Nelson (Willy Nelson’s Daughter) so beautifully portrays.

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