Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 1

In the beginning was the WORD
Saint John 1:1

Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power

Game Day 1

An early mentor of mine reminded me that “Words matter, because Words express thoughts”

and

THOUGHTS, as Wallace Wattles so eloquently teaches us

in his seminal work “The Science Of Getting Rich”

TURN INTO MATTER.

Literally put,

IT IS WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THAT YOU BRING ABOUT

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So What does this mean to me, you ask?

How are we going to use this knowledge to change other peoples’ lives for the better, you ask?

🙂

Welcome to Game Day One of the Freedom Nation ‘March Magic’ WORD-POWER tournament.

From each of the four pairings laid out below, YOU, dear reader, will be asked to select one word that most empowers you.

Each Word will has presented with it its definition – as ‘Googled’ from a reputable dictionary.

Make your choice of word and enter it into the “Comment” section for that blog, preferably with a reasoning for your choice – though that is optional. These reasonings will be used by the tournament commissioners in the event of a tie-breaker being required.
Note: For purposes of the competition comments for today’s match-ups will be tallied at close of business E.S.T. on March 9. 2014

Our dictionary source for today’s games are the good people at dictionary.reference.com

LET THE GAMES BEGIN

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QuoteDesire_225x225               versus                    QuotePowerlessness_600x328

GAME 1 – DESIRE vs. POWERLESSNESS

DESIRE

verb (used with object), de·sired, de·sir·ing.
1. to wish or long for; crave; want.
2. to express a wish to obtain; ask for; request: The mayor desires your presence at the next meeting.

noun
3. a longing or craving, as for something that brings satisfaction or enjoyment: a desire for fame.
4. an expressed wish; request.
5. something desired
6. sexual appetite or a sexual urge.

POWERLESS

adjective
1. unable to produce an effect: a disease against which modern medicine is virtually powerless.
2. lacking power to act; helpless: His legs crumpled, and he was powerless to rise.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

 QuoteGrief_259x194     versus  QuoteHappiness_632x577

GAME 2 – GRIEF vs. HAPPINESS

GRIEF

noun
1. keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful regret.
2. a cause or occasion of keen distress or sorrow.

Idioms
3. come to grief, to suffer disappointment, misfortune, or other trouble; fail: Their marriage came to grief after only two years.
4. good grief, (used as an exclamation of dismay, surprise, or relief): Good grief, it’s started to rain again!

HAPPINESS

noun
1. the quality or state of being happy.
2. good fortune; pleasure; contentment; joy.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

QuoteHopefulness_500x334      versus  QuotePessimism_400x533

GAME 3 – HOPEFULNESS vs. PESSIMISM

HOPEFULNESS

adjective
1. full of hope; expressing hope: His hopeful words stimulated optimism.
2. exciting hope; promising advantage or success: a hopeful prospect.

noun
3. a person who shows promise or aspires to success: the Democratic presidential hopeful.

PESSIMISM

noun
1. the tendency to see, anticipate, or emphasize only bad or undesirable outcomes, results, conditions, problems, etc.: His pessimism about the future of our country depresses me.
2. the doctrine that the existing world is the worst of all possible worlds, or that all things naturally tend to evil.
3. the belief that the evil and pain in the world are not compensated for by goodness and happiness.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

QuoteIrritation_480x272   versus    QuoteGratitude_500x375

GAME 4 – IRRITATION vs. GRATITUDE

IRRITATION

noun
1. the act of irritating or the state of being irritated.
2. something that irritates.
3. Physiology, Pathology .
a. the bringing of a bodily part or organ to an abnormally excited or sensitive condition.
b. the condition itself.

GRATITUDE

noun
the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful: He expressed his gratitude to everyone on the staff.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

THAT ABOUT COVERS IT FOR TODAY
HOPE YOU HAD FUN

See you tomorrow, same blog time, same blog channel
where we will be looking at the following match-ups

Decision vs. Envy
Anger vs. Appreciation
Contentment vs. Jealousy
Selfishness vs. Faith

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But don’t just take it from me…

You can tell Infinite Intelligence – Saint John sent you!

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For myself, I hope that today’s post has, in some way, encouraged you – Dear Reader – to challenge your self-talk so that it might become rich in WORDS OF POWER that inspire you and drive you on to claim the prize for which only YOU are destined.

See you on our next blog

Oh, and by the way,

If you got value from todays content please ‘like’ it and $hare it with three people who could most benefit from its message

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Published: March 2, 2014, 22:11 | 6 Comments on Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 1
Category: Mind Freedom

6 responses to “Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 1”

  1. This is great I will pick Gratitude and Happiness as it is International Day of Happiness this month.

  2. Powerful words!!! Gratitude, Happiness, Hopefulness & DESIRE!

    • freedomwithpeter says:

      Gratitude, Happiness, Hopefulness and Desire shoot and score. Thank You for supporting the tournament.

  3. Curt Bizelli says:

    Hey Brother, Sorry it took me so long to get here. Been tied up. Great post. I love the challenge. I choose “Desire, Grief, Hope and Gratitude” … #BaddaBing

    • freedomwithpeter says:

      Hey, Curt: Thanks for participating in the tournament. Interestingly different choices. Duly registered. #BaddaBing

  4. Simple Peter, yet so powerful! The words we choose dictates the feelings we experience which dictate the life we live. Great stuff and LOVE the Wallace Wattles mention.

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