Individuals are always saying ridiculous thing they regret later in life or as soon as they come out of their mouths. What if you actually thought about what you wanted to say before you said it? How about being more confident about what you want to say? I would be the first to admit I have said some things I would like to erase from my friend’s memories.
No one I know is perfect and frankly speaking I don’t want to be either. The appearance of perfection makes me say things I would rather not think about. The question that rattles around in my brain is like a pounding drum. Should I say something about the quest for perfection? In my opinion perfection is boring. Irregular things catch the interest and create a kind of fascination. I know many of you have seen the puzzles that ask you to find the imperfection in the like items.
I can not say for you, but me I like mystery in my life. I love creating books that have a definite interesting point to make and so the wisdom of ‘say’ is born. Believe me when I say that things are not always what they seem to be and I guarantee before it comes to its end you will clearly understand the wisdom of ‘say’.
Ask any child you see that can talk; what the wisdom of ‘say’ means to them? A multitude of them will reply “you do what Mommy and Daddy says”. The wisdom of ‘say’ starts at an early age and continues to the end of time. What did the doctor say? What did you say? What did he say? What did she say? I will have the last say I promise you. The wisdom of ‘say’ continues to expand until finally you understand there really no limit to it.
Languages develop to expand communications between individuals and in those skills there is always without fail a ‘what did they say’? No matter what language is spoken the wisdom of ‘say’ continues. You might ask a language interpreter and they will laugh and reply ‘Yes, in every language individuals want to know what was said’. Frankly speaking I do want to know what is being said about me just so I can understand their wisdom of ‘say’.
The first item on my list was to investigate the precursor of languages and find out where the root language started. I found most were root based in Latin. The conjugations of the word ‘say’ is as follows:
I will say (Dicebo).
You say (Dicebus).
He will say (Dicebit).
We say (Dicebimus).
You will say (Dicebitis).
They say (Dicebint).
The wisdom of ‘say’ continues to be something we need to watch carefully.
I don’t think I need to say; what we say can impact individuals in a positive or negative manner. What follows is a caution that we need to watch what we say and who we say it to all the time. Children are sensitive to the things we say, so be careful what you say around those little ears. Should the need arise when you need to say things that should not be heard turn that energy towards something positive. The other alternative is using a close friend as a venting tool and saying what you need to, to distress the situation. The wisdom of ‘say’ is being mindful of what you are saying.