I’m Not “Neurotic”

Posted by Michael Dolan on October 10, 2013 in Uncategorized |

A single word — wrongly applied — can disrupt a marriage or a country, says Thomas Moore, former Catholic monk and now a therapist.

Further: “The bland and bloated language of politics blocks the opportunity for leaders to truly inspire and educate. Imagine hearing instead a thoughtful, measured analysis of the world situation from a leader, accompanied by intelligent, subtle solutions to problems.  Instead, we get the tired and unimaginative language of war and militancy.  Wars begin with words, so we should be careful how we speak, especially to nations where there is tension.  Our words can heal the situation before the military takes up its weapons.”


See the whole post: http://www.resurgence.org/magazine/article3284-the-power-of-language.html

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