There it is. Right in the title. Powerful words. Let’s hear yours. I’ll start with one;
Love – via timethief
Respect – via Nick Wilsdon
I, Yes, Us/We – via Webwork
I need to add another favorite of mine.
You, Free and Now via Matt (if we’re talking about marketing) Yes, No and Sorry if we’re talking about life.
Damn, Money and Loyalty via Codswallop
Kill, Death and War via Richardpw
Powerful words indeed and offering another perspective.
Compassion, Tolerance, Cooperation – Three more powerful words from timethief
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