Do Words Matter? It’s Time for Your Opinion!

“Words– so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become, in the hands of one who knows how to combine them!” (Nathaniel Hawthorne 1804-1864)

We believe that words matter. Do you?

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7 thoughts on “Do Words Matter? It’s Time for Your Opinion!

  1. Pingback: Words, Words, Words- Celebrating Words Matter Week 2009 | Janice Campbell

  2. Words matter, because without them, we couldn’t communicate with one another. Whether it’s the spoken word, or the written word, words are important to share information with one another, including thoughts and feelings. No matter what language you use, or how you communicate, you’re still using words to get your thoughts and feelings out to others. Communication is very important in our lives, and without words, communication wouldn’t be as effective as it is.

  3. Friday: When I want to give someone a special gift, I give them “Charlotte’s Web” because it tell a story about a young girl growning up, but retaining her ability to talk to spiders, pigs and rats.

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  5. We see words, use words and write words every day, but the most powerful words are the ones unspoken. The love in our eyes as we watch our child swing. The care we extend for those less fortunate. The time we spend understanding those that are different from ourselves. Love, Care and Time. These words will never need to be spoken as long as we carry them in our hearts.

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