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Crystal is passionate about cultivating a community where faith, fitness, and friendship come together. Author of β€œCreative Basics: 30 Days to Awesome Social Media Art,” Crystal is a writer, speaker, host of the Write 31 Days challenge, and coach who shares encouragement at her blog, crystalstine.me. Connect with her on...

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  1. I love these letter so much, I am hoping to be able to purchase some shortly but for now I am swooning over them. I love “words” so much, they sure keep things front and center for me. Thanks for sharing. Be blessed. πŸ™‚

  2. I love these letters. I love the idea of having a word to help me through my days, sometimes we just need to be reminded!! Thank you!

  3. I love the words but don’t have any just yet. As a reading teacher, words make me happy! Watching my first graders learn to read brings such joy. I have post it notes around in my house, in my car and at my desk that encourage, refresh and support me through out the day. Would love to win. Don’t often get to spend money on a teacher’s salary except for the basic daily needs.

  4. Words matter. Good words that encourage and build up and not words that break down and condemn.
    When you leave a place with anyone would you like to leave with a smile. A real smile in your face or with a condemned heart. God does not condemn but lifts up whether big or small, smart or not so smart, rich or poor.
    When I was young raised a a devout Catholic I was amazed how in our big big church, the super rich and super poor all got on. Respect. Those who had gave. Those who had not, were given to. No one felt left out.
    But today, it seems it’s all different.
    I do not hold the answers. But it starts with me first. I’m responsible what comes out of my mouth.

  5. Words matter. Good words that encourage and build up and not words that break down and condemn.
    When you leave a place with anyone would you like to leave with a smile. A real smile in your face or with a condemned heart. God does not condemn but lifts up whether big or small, smart or not so smart, rich or poor.
    When I was young raised a a devout Catholic I was amazed how in our big big church, the super rich and super poor all got on. Respect. Those who had gave. Those who had not, were given to. No one felt left out.
    But today, it seems it’s all different.
    I do not hold the answers. But it starts with me first. I’m responsible what comes out of my mouth.

  6. Words matter to me a lot! I just love encouraging people. Sending out cards, e-cards, notes. I want everyone to know that they are loved by me!! πŸ™‚

    I have several words: beautiful, brave, joy, peace! ::))

  7. Words matter to me a lot! I just love encouraging people. Sending out cards, e-cards, notes. I want everyone to know that they are loved by me!! πŸ™‚

    I have several words: beautiful, brave, joy, peace! ::))

  8. I also like the words: love, contentment! I need to be reminded a lot that I am beautiful, smart, loved not only by God–but by my husband and others as well. Peace and contentment stem from having a rough year dealing with my aging dad and working a job that I hate and want to leave desperately!

  9. Love these! So many wonderful words how do I choose one? Jesus, grace, forgiveness, love, peace, family, the list goes on. Would love to win!

  10. Yes, the words we use are so very important. Some thoughts are so hard to express eloquently in spoken words- and others fly out far too fast! Somehow missed this linky….my word post is linked to my name.