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3 Little Words We Say Too Often!

Updated on September 18, 2018
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I find among our human race, too many people that use phrases that are overused, which is words that many don't mean. However, most people number one pet peeve is how people misuse the phrase and continually allow it to happen too much. Among the phase is the two word “All too often” or “I don’t care,” All too often and I don't care are bad habits that we get used to doing or saying the same way too much. If we all reduce the use of these words, it will become less and less frequent over time. Don't let this happen to you; they can be broken if you work at them. Many find themselves, saying three little words: “All too often.” “All too often” is another way of saying "too often.” What is the definition of “All too often?” The dictionary defines it as a phase that used for saying that makes people sad, or upset because it happens more often than it should. Also, “All too often” is used to emphasize a negative point. It is not a phrase to use for communication with others effectively.

Many find themselves, saying and overusing these three little words: "I Love You," and these words are defined as three dangerous words abused by many in American society. When these three words are used by a person, who means it, what the person is saying, “I love you” for the person that you are, and that I accept you as you are, faults and all.

All too often...we underestimate the dominance of a hug, a generous word, a smile, a listening ear, a sincere compliment, or the tiniest act of caring, all the qualities of which have the power to transform lives. We all need to know someone cares, and we all need to be loved. Also, we need to love another. Moreover, we need friends who can be honest with us, tolerate us and even face with us the reality of our powerlessness. There is no doubt that without acquaintances, we too, would be like the infant who is left alone, we would cease to develop.

All too often...we speed along with life's responsibilities and fail to take the time to meet the obligation because we are not equipped to manage everyday tasks. But what we do know is the future requires assistance because it does not take care of itself. Some people are busy trying to find beneficial ways of fulfilling duties that should not have to be done at all. Much depends on people knowing what requirements means as there is no progress in finding a valuable way to do useless accountability. Never seek after the sages of the past as a person who doesn't give life his everything does not become successful. A human who makes it a point to seek after what scholars work toward. Joy in abundance.

All too often...we forget that we have all the benefits of being a part of God's family. Moreover, we are blessed beyond measurement. God's resources are boundless. His prosperity is infinite. As God's children, we are his heirs and all that God has belonged to us. For that reason, we hold the map that guides our two feet down the right path. We were blessed with two eyes to see our passageway, a mind to navigate, and when we encounter problems on the journey we can cast all of our fears in Gods to care for He will always be there for us.

All too often...behind many smiles is a hurting heart as they smile like nothing is wrong. While behind their laughter are hurt and emptiness. Nonetheless, if you look closely, you will see they smile instead of crying trying to keep others from seeing them in the midst of falling apart. Know just because a person's eyes don't show tears, doesn't mean his or her heart doesn't hurt or feel. Moreover, just because an individual comes off strong, doesn't say that they don’t feel pain. When they are feeling an enormous amount of ache as they also feel so alone and that almost everything is going wrong.

All too life, we are all too busy to appreciate the simple, ordinary and the miraculous gift called life. Although most of us are willing to accept that life keeps us “too busy,” and we just don’t have the time to do what needs to be done daily. And when we understand this truth, this is a way of accepting yourself just as you are at that moment. Moreover, we must remember we all have a limited period to do the happy things we desire in life. So we should give thanks for the precious things that are within our control, naturally at our disposal on a daily basis. The ability to walk, talk, hear, and the activity of our limbs for some does not own these abilities. Furthermore, we should not take these capabilities for granted.

All too often...we get caught up in the motion of wanting to go backward in time and change lives to the way we want it, carefree and straightforward. As we attempt to live life backward, it is an effort to try to have more out of life. Although time travel does not exist and the vast anonymous of time is that we can't go backward, we still have to find a way to be thankful for the chances, and the setbacks or we will repeat the failures of the past. Gratitude unlocks the opulence of life. You can find so much happiness and fondness from focusing on being grateful for what you have rather than what you don’t have. It makes the best of the way things turn out in your past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.

All too often...many of us are guilty of over thinking and over complicating our life. As a rule, thinking is a great ability, and some people don't do it enough, but your driving forces depend on your ability to perform profound work. Considering that anxiety causes many to overthink any and everything in many different ways. Happily, overthinking and fear doesn’t have to be a permanent part of our being. You have the ability and the power to stop obsessing, overthinking everything by shifting your attention, thinking about something significant.

All too often...there comes the point where some believe that once they are born into a family using no fault of their own, they accept and adopt the beliefs that others lead them to feel they should have a tolerance of the things relatives say or do. For that reason, you experienced abuse and do not understand that you do not have to keep going back for more. Given that, you have to desire to see yourself free and motivated to be masters of your own life. You have to find the strength to take full responsibility for your life and rid the wicked and evil people from it. Know that you are the creative force of your life and no one has the right to expect you to live your lives being abused, or to criticize you for leaving.

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