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Monday, October 22, 2012

Your Words Create Movement


I'm feeling very brainy-ak-ish today, looking up quotes and definitions of different words.  One of the things on my mind today is the power of words.  If you study people who have attained the lifestyle that they have always wanted, made their dreams a reality and just have an overall pleasant life, you will see that they have a certain way with words.

The bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue:


The tongue can bring death or life; those who love to talk will reap the consequences."


I don't know about you but if God says it then I believe it.  Our words truly do have power.  Before you see something with your physical eyes it was first a thought someone had which was then birthed into the physical world by the words of the creator.  These words create the movement necessary to make the idea manifest in the physical.  Isn't that awesome!?  I think so.

We have to remember that everything is spiritual.  Nothing we ever say or do is swept under some imaginary rug.  Some call it Karma.  I say, "You reap what you sow."

Don't be misled--you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant."

You had better be careful what you are planting with both your words and actions!

Anyhow, like I said our words definitely create movement.  Check out the definition of the word "Move".

move  (mv)
v. movedmov·ingmoves
v.intr.
1. To change in position from one point to another: moved away from the window.
2. To progress in sequence; go forward: a novel that moves slowly.
3. To follow a specified course: Earth moves around the sun.
4. To progress toward a particular state or condition: moving up in the company; moved into the lead.
5. To go from one residence or location to another; relocate.
6. To start off; depart.
7. To be disposed of by sale: Woolens move slowly in the summer.
8. To change posture or position; stir: was afraid to move.
9. Games To change the position of a piece in a board game.
10. To be put in motion or to turn according to a prescribed motion. Used of machinery.
11. To exhibit great activity or energy.
12. To initiate an action; act.
13. To be active in a particular environment: moves in diplomatic circles.
14. To stir the emotions: words that have the power to move.
15. To make a formal motion in parliamentary procedure: move for an adjournment.
16. To evacuate. Used of the bowels.
v.tr.
1. To change the place or position of: moved her office; could not move his arm.
2. To cause to go from one place to another: moved the crowd away.
3. Games To change (a piece) from one position to another in a board game: moved a pawn.
4. To change the course of: moved the discussion to other matters.
5. To dislodge from a fixed point of view, as by persuasion: "Speak to him, ladies, see if you can move him" (Shakespeare).
6. To prompt to an action; rouse: Anger moved her to speak out.
7.
a. To set or keep in motion.
b. To cause to function.
c. To cause to progress or advance.
8.
a. To arouse the emotions of; affect.
b. To excite or provoke to the expression of an emotion: The film moved me to tears. See Synonyms at affect1.
9.
a. To propose or request in formal parliamentary procedure: moved that a vote be taken.
b. To make formal application to (a court, for example).
10. To dispose of by sale: moved the new merchandise quickly.
11. To cause (the bowels) to evacuate.
n.
1.
a. The act or an instance of moving.
b. A particular manner of moving: made some intricate moves on the dance floor.
2. A change of residence or location.
3. Games
a. An act of transferring a piece from one position to another in board games.
b. The prescribed manner in which a piece may be played.
c. A participant's turn to make a play.
4. An action taken to achieve an objective; a maneuver: a move to halt the arms race.
Phrasal Verb:
move in
To begin to occupy a residence or place of business.
Idioms:
get a move on Informal
To get started; get going.
move in on
1. To make intrusive advances toward; intrude on.
2. To attempt to seize control of: moving in on their territory.
on the move
1. Busily moving about; active: A nurse is on the move all day.
2. Going from one place to another: troops on the move.
3. Making progress; advancing: a technology that is clearly on the move.

All I can say is Wow!  

This has been another brainy-ak  moment brought to you by Monique Bradford

~The WifeyMommyPreneur  :)D

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