Should everything that comes out of our mouths be significant? Probably yes. Does everything that comes out of mouths end up being significant? Probably no. When we say something we want to say something significant else we wouldn’t say it (at least that’s how it is for me). Unfortunately the significance we place upon our thoughts is often determined by the recipients and not ourselves. But what if it ends up being insignificant to the recipients, should it remain significant to us? Does significance depend on how another person receives what we say? Or does significance depend on how it changes the recipient or circumstances and even ourselves? Or does it remain significant because we choose to believe it is significant? But will you stop saying something because it has been considered insignificant or because you assume that it could be considered insignificant by the recipients? Go ahead, say something significant!
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