Taman Sri Nibong RA Log

Power of Three Little Words

The Power of Three Little Words

 

Some of the most significant messages people deliver

to one another often come in just three words.

 

When spoken or conveyed, those statements

have the power to forge new friendships, deepen old ones

and restore relationships that have cooled.

 

The following three word phrases can enrich every relationship:

 

I’ll Be There

Being there for another person

is the greatest gift we can give.

When we are truly present for other people,

important things happen to them and to us.

We are renewed in love and friendship.

We are restored emotionally and spiritually.

“Being there” is at the very, very core of civility.

 

I Miss You

Perhaps more marriages could be salvaged and strengthened

if couples simply and sincerely said to each other,

“I miss you.”

This powerful affirmation tells partners

they are wanted, needed, desired, and loved.

 

I Respect You

Respect is another way of showing love.

Respect conveys the feeling that another person is a true equal.

It is a powerful way to affirm the importance of a relationship.

 

Maybe You’re Right

This phrase is highly effective in diffusing an argument

and restoring frayed emotions.

The flip side of “maybe you’re right”

is the humility of admitting “maybe I’m wrong.”

 

Please Forgive Me

Many broken friendships/relationships could be restored and healed

if people would admit their mistakes and ask for forgiveness.

All of us are vulnerable to faults, foibles and failures.

A man should never be ashamed to own up to he has been in

the wrong, which is by saying in other words,

that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.

 

I Thank You

Gratitude is an exquisite form of courtesy.

People who enjoy the companionship of good, close friends

are those who don’t take daily courtesies for granted.

They are quick to thank friends for their many expressions of kindness.

On the other hand, people whose circle of friends is severely constricted

often do not have the attitude of gratitude.

 

Count On Me

“A friend is one who walks in when others walk out.”

Loyalty is an essential ingredient for true friendship;

it is the emotional glue that bonds people.

Those who are rich in their relationships

tend to be steady and true friends.

When troubles come, a good friend is there,

indicating, “you can count on me.”

 

Let Me Help

The best of friends see a need and try to fill it.

When they spot a hurt they do what they can to heal it.

Without being asked, they pitch in and help.

 

I Understand You

People become closer and enjoy each other more

if they feel the other person accepts and understands them.

Letting others know in so many little ways

that you understand him or her

is one of the most powerful tools for healing your relationship.

 

Go For It

Some of your friends may be nonconformists,

have unique projects and unusual hobbies.

Support them in pursuing their interests.

Rather than urging your loved ones to conform,

encourage their uniqueness –

everyone has dreams that no one else has.

 

I suppose the three little words that you were expecting to

see have to be reserved for those who are special;

I Love You!

 

TRUE  UNDERSTANDING

We do not understand:

Joy – Until we face sorrow

Trust – Until we are betrayed

Faith – Until it is tested

Peace – Until faced with conflict

Love – Until it is lost

Hope – Until confronted with doubts

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