Its ‘YOU’ – the most dangerous word in English


 

people have many thorns, antennas etc for the word 'YOU'

people have many thorns, antennas etc for the word 'YOU'

Its ‘YOU’ – the most dangerous word in English

I have not yet seen a more powerful word than the ‘you’ that I so would consider it the most dangerous too.  Exercise extreme caution while you are using it.

If used directly, this is the single most word that can have the maximum impact out of all other words you have spoken.  Whether it is to appreciate someone or just to repress one, whether to contain all the energies in the world or to wide open a Pandora’s Box, whether to aspire all of one’s virtues or to exacerbate a very indignity… this is the only word that makes the difference. in what you write. in whatever you talk. and in what all you listen to.

If used indirectly, like while generalizing something, people would almost certainly confuse it to be a direct reference to themselves. All in all, this is the word that alerts people, lets them pay more attention and allows them to have their own understanding of how/why you used it.  If you don’t understand what I am saying… if ‘YOU’ don’t understand what I am saying, then start watching and go live your own experience. But for now, heed me and:

Exercise extreme caution while you are using the word ‘YOU’. It makes a lot of difference possibly in many ways.

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Categories: office, psychology, world | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Its ‘YOU’ – the most dangerous word in English

  1. tvbhascar

    let us learn some thing.suppose we do this in this way…i do not use ‘you’…but ‘you’ are great anna..ikkada kudaa ‘you’ vaadadda…
    “youtube” ని కూడా పేరు మార్చాలి ..ఏమంటావ్ కన్నా

    • balu

      nono.. i am not saying to stop using ‘you’, but as the power and consequence that it would unleash is considerably huge, i want it to be used very very carefully. ‘youtube’ perhaps was so famous because it has a ‘you’ in it 😉 and ‘tube’ is infamous for all the porn stuff.. 😉

  2. True True…Very True

    >”If used indirectly, like while generalizing something, people would almost certainly confuse it to be a direct reference to themselves.”

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