My Dad visited me and my siblings in the United states in 1999 and I was so excited. My intention was to tell him how I appreciated all what he has done to raise us up by himself but I held back because I thought the time was not right. When he passed on I was devastated. I carried on the blame for so long until recently when I listened to one of the speakers at the millionaire Mind Intensive seminar tell us his story. I could not hold back my tears. I finally realized how blessed I was to have had a conversation with my father even though he never got to hear how I felt about him.
How many of you are holding back from talking to a loved one? We get too busy in our lives and forget the basics. Some of us stick to the fact that it is "a cultural thing" and hold our thoughts for too long. It does not hurt to tell your loved one, your kids, your friends etc, how you feel about them. What I know for sure is the fact that it is better to say it in The Living Years than to wrestle with the consequences for the rest of your life.
Some of you are hurting right now, but the difference with you is that you still have time to heal. If you can only SAY IT LOUD AND CLEAR, it will make all the difference. It does not matter who it is, your own child(ren), your father or mother, your brother or sister, your friend or significant other, I dare you to please open your mouth and say it loud and clear. I dedicate this song to anyone who is reading this and still haven't had the courage to open his or her mouth in The Living Years. Please pay close attention to the lyrics and just imagine that person in front of you and if you can feel my spirit then do this;
"Say it loud, say it clear
You can listen as well as you hear
It's too late when we die
To admit we don't see eye to eye..."
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