What if we put as much thought and preparation into our everyday conversations as we do for special occasions?
How can we learn to be responsible with our ability to help or to harm others?
Even if we personally don't use "swear words" (or, at least, not very often), there still seems to be a lot of cursing going on in this world. Might this be impacting our own conversations?
Not every saying is worth repeating, and sometimes what sounds good is more style than substance.
For those of us who speak before thinking, we have a role model who both struggled with this, and still found a way to contribute positively to history.
Do we sometimes enter into conversations ready for combat, when others actually need to see us as someone who can help show them the way to be rescued?
What if we could just say one encouraging thing to one person today?
While we usually think of heroes by their actions, sometimes a hero just says the right things at the right time.