Voice. . .
Our voice costs nothing and it is our strongest possession.
The Buddha wrote – “Do not spare your voice”. So just what did he mean?
There are different voices for different situations: the clear, resounding voice that declares truth and justice; the strong voice that refutes evil; the bright, confident voice that tells others about the greatness of this gift called life; the warm voice that gives encouragement; the sincere, friendly voice that offers praise and words of appreciation to others.
So have a voice both within and externally, meet and speak with people widely, inside and outside of your groups and friends. And never forget the importance of your inner voice, the one that guides you and dictates the actions you take through this life.
Peace and Love, Jim