Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 3

In the beginning was the WORD
Saint John 1:1

Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power

Game Day 3

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?

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

Today’s Match-Ups:

Love vs. Disappointment
Cynicism vs. Fear
Insecurity vs. Miracle
Impatience vs. Insight

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

Each Word is 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 10. 2014

Our dictionary source for today’s games are the good people at merriam-webster.com/dictionary

IT’S TIME FOR ‘TIP-OFF’

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GAME 9 – LOVE vs. DISAPPOINTMENT

versus

LOVE

noun
: a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person
: attraction that includes sexual desire
: the strong affection felt by people who have a romantic relationship
: a person you love in a romantic way

Examples of LOVE

Children need unconditional love from their parents.
He was just a lonely man looking for love.
Mr. Brown seems to imply that when he retired he relinquished her love as casually as he dispensed with her secretarial services. (Ken Follett, New York Times Book Review, 27 Dec. 1987)

DISAPPOINTMENT

noun
: the state or feeling of being disappointed
: someone or something that disappoints people
: a disappointing person or thing

Examples of DISAPPOINTMENT

She couldn’t hide her disappointment.
He’s a disappointment to his parents.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

 

GAME 10 – CYNICISM vs. FEAR

versus

CYNICISM

noun
: cynical beliefs
: beliefs that people are generally selfish and dishonest

Examples of CYNICISM

Nothing could change her cynicism about politics.

FEAR

verb
: to be afraid of (something or someone)
: to expect or worry about (something bad or unpleasant)
: to be afraid and worried

Examples of FEAR

He was a cruel king who was feared and hated by his subjects.
There’s no need to fear.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

 

GAME 11 – INSECURITY vs. MIRACLE

versus

INSECURITY

adjective
: not confident about yourself or your ability to do things well
: nervous and uncomfortable
: not certain to continue or be successful for a long time
: not locked or well protected

Examples of INSECURE

I feel shy and insecure around strangers.
One of the building’s rear doors was insecure.
The country’s borders remain insecure.

MIRACLE

noun

: an unusual or wonderful event that is believed to be caused by the power of God
: a very amazing or unusual event, thing, or achievement

Examples of MIRACLE

She believed that God had given her the power to work miracles.
It would take a miracle for this team to win.
The miracle of his recovery
These days, thanks to the miracle of television, we can watch events happening on the other side of the world.

🙂 Select your word and COMMENT BELOW 🙂

GAME 12 – IMPATIENCE vs. INSIGHT

versus

IMPATIENCE

adjective
: not willing to wait for something or someone
: not patient
: wanting or eager to do something without waiting
: showing that you do not want to wait
: showing a lack of patience

Examples of IMPATIENT

After months of delays, customers are becoming impatient.
Customers have grown impatient with the repeated delays.
“Aren’t you ready yet?” “Don’t be so impatient. There’s no need to hurry.”
She was impatient to leave.

INSIGHT

noun  : the ability to understand people and situations in a very clear way

: an understanding of the true nature of something

Examples of INSIGHT
He is a leader of great insight.
The author analyzes the problem with remarkable insight.
I had a sudden insight.
Her book provides us with fresh new insights into this behavior.

🙂 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

Enthusiasm vs. Frustration
Worry vs. Motivation
Autosuggestion vs. Unworthiness
Guilt vs. MasterMind

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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

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Published: March 4, 2014, 12:06 | 3 Comments on Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 3
Category: Mind Freedom

3 responses to “Freedom Nation United March Magic Word Power – Game Day 3”

  1. Hillary says:

    Love, because, to me, it’s the strongest emotion out there, and you can do a whole lot more in love than you ever thought you could at any other time.

    Fear is a very close second though.

    • freedomwithpeter says:

      Love shoots, Love Scores…. Thank You Hillary for supporting the tournament.

    • freedomwithpeter says:

      So that’s a vote tallied for Love (beating out disappointment) and a vote for fear (over cynicism)… Thank You for your additional insights and for supporting the tournament.

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