Why do we like to talk?
We like to talk because we like to think aloud. We like to test our
ideas on our ears and on the ears of others. We are not interested in
their opinions; rather we like to air our thoughts, to feel how they
a baby, we coo, we scream, we get attention. When we get attention
with cooing we coo a lot. When we do not get attention with cooing, we
scream until we get attention. We like to hear what we are saying; we
like to hear how it feels. We like to know how the world responds to
is natural to say lovely things until people maliciously say we
manipulate others. So then we say bad things and use bad words but for
the same purpose.
we grow up, we retain many of these negative habits and wonder why the
world responds unkindly to us it worked before.
we realize the world uses negative issues to get attention. War, crime
and violence fill the pages of newspapers and hour after hour on
reaps its greatest harvest from unhappiness.
we are inclined to be happy people, we seem to be in the minority.
However, there is something about being happy that charms others.
Somehow, deep down in their hearts they want peace, joy and happiness
us that game is over. We know we are seeking attention. Now it is up
to us to determine how we want to get attention. Negation brings it
quickly. Positive attitudes bring it less quickly but more
permanently. When our mind is directed to cooing, to being thrilled in
us and in our life, the doorway of abundance love and goodness opens
wide before us and pours out its reality to us.
loving we are different from others, but what a wonderful difference.
We do like to talk. We fill our world with our thoughts, with our
words, with our experiences. We have the choice now to live in a
magnificent world of our choosing starting with our thought, our word
and our deed. I like that!