Buzzword: (n) fashionable jargon
The most difficult thing to do is to revise people’s habits. You might as well just give up on thatone.They are in charge of them, and still find change nearly impossible.
Likewise, you will also fail if you try to alter people’s minds.
And if you look for a revival in the soul, they will tell you immediately if they’ve already arrived at their religion, or if they’re just not fond of spirit.
Sometimes you can change the heart. This can be done by the introduction of emotion, which cleans out the valves.
But I can tell you , if you want to change the world, the most intelligent thing is to introduce good words.
Yes. Create fresh buzzwords.
In a climate where misinformation, fake news, reality TV and cultural differences are being bandied about, leaving us at constant odds with each other, just casually introducing buzzwords of energy and virtue can make a difference.
Let’s welcome back some great standards:
How about passion?
Here’s a good one: brotherhood.
One of my favorites: gentleness
And of course, there is that glorious buzzword phrase of “love your neighbor as yourself.”
Sometimes if you can get people saying the right things, they might just start feeling a spiritual awakening that makes them think about addressing bad attitudes.
Published by Jonathan Cring