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how to create your own world?

Words are people’s tools in describing an impact, both good and bad, and that is an amazing way of expressing ourselves in any circumstances.

Oftentimes, we use our freedom of speech in a way other people’s freedom disappears. We say we just want to express something inside us, but fail to put concern on the other person’s side. We are caught up with our own little world and in our own view, and often, we disregard other people’s views. 

Think about how good of a thing it is when you are hearing the exact words that you needed in a certain situation. You might be so disappointed, but someone told you words of encouragement. You might be sick, but someone declares a word of healing. Someone might be so angry, but you choose to speak words of gentleness. Words are vibrations. It can create a domino effect. 

Tapping at Quantum Physics,  Nobel Prize-winning physicist Werner Heisenberg once mentioned, “Atoms or elementary particles themselves are not real; they form a world of potentialities or possibilities, rather than one of things or facts.” This statement simply tells us that physical matter is not existing and all things are grappled by energy in “different states of vibration”. 

To add, such energy is vibrating at an endless number of “subtle frequencies” which is respectively causing an appearance as all the various “creations” we see in our world. This is telling us that life seems to be more of an energy flow rather than the presence of solid things. To apply such a concept in our lives, the catch is, it is if we stay aware of the energy that we possess, rooting on the emotions that we feel, it can help us make accurate choices by means of deliberate thinking which is altering our frequency that can lead in establishing our desired realities. 

I am amazed how good GOD is that He has given us freedom to think and to address whatever it is in our mind and emotions. So, if we are feeling disappointed about something, it is in our own choice in reframing the circumstance and encourage our spirit (this goes both ways if we are talking towards someone). That is, a perspective that is new leads to more high positive energetic vibration, and with such, we can have a wonderful opportunity of bringing goodness into our own lives and to others than being bitter and resenting. Again, words are vibrations. 

It is also an essential thing that we are aware of this, whether you believe that theory or not, practically, as human beings we are called to be simply kind in our words as much as we can. That would mean no name-calling or blaming and or self-criticism as much as possible. You know every people is working at their best especially in these seemingly hard times of pandemic. Other people have their own consciousness to work with and that includes you. Would it be much better to be kind and give empathy and compassion to anyone else as you would’ve given to yourself?

Thus, what the BIBLE said in Proverbs 15: 1 and Proverbs 16:24 is practical,

“A gentle answer turns away wrath, but harsh words stir up anger.”


“Kind words are like honey-sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.”

-PROVERBS 16:24 

Are you still with me? 

before I end this, I wanted to share a historical event that happened a very long time ago which REALLY caught my heart upon reading. 

King David and his six hundred men had to fight against the Amalekites because these Amalekites raided southern Judah and attacked Ziklag (where David and his men stayed) [1 Samuel 30: 1-6]. So, David and his men are in pursuit to go after the raiders and save their captives (including the men’s family and David’s wives) [v. 7-8]

There was a certain point there where David and his six hundred men arrived at Besor Brook and some stayed there. The other four hundred men continued with David on the walk to fight the Amalekites, but the other two hundred men stayed at the Besor Brook because they are too tired enough to cross. [ v. 9-10].

Fast forward, GOD Almighty has given David and his men the victory against the Amalekites and saved the captives.

On this part, I am quoting what the BIBLE has written about the event.

21 Then David came to the two hundred men who had been too exhausted to follow him and who were left behind at the Besor Valley. They came out to meet David and the men with him. As David and his men approached, he asked them how they were. 22 But all the evil men and troublemakers among David’s followers said, “Because they did not go out with us, we will not share with them the plunder we recovered. However, each man may take his wife and children and go.”

23 David replied, “No, my brothers, you must not do that with what the Lord has given us. He has protected us and delivered into our hands the raiding party that came against us. 24 Who will listen to what you say? The share of the man who stayed with the supplies is to be the same as that of him who went down to the battle. All will share alike.” 25 David made this a statute and ordinance for Israel from that day to this.

-1 Samuel 30-21-25 (New International Version)

I so admire David’s compassion as a leader and as a human being. He could’ve listened to his men and point fingers at the ones who stayed because “they haven’t fought with them on that part”, but none of the possible selfish acts that David could’ve thought that day ever appeared. He chose compassion.  He chose even understanding. He sees that both parties have contributed to a good cause, and to David, it is important. He even called them, “My brothers”, which sounds honorable. 

The catch? They just returned from the battle against the Amalekites, right? and that would mean they are all way too tired. These other men indeed are tired as you can see with what they say towards the other two hundred men who stayed at the Boser Brook. The difference between them and David is this, David has taken control of how he felt in that circumstance which made him show kindness instead. The goodness in him outshines what could’ve been evil that has to be done.

In life, we are presented with A LOT of circumstances. Both good and bad. Mostly, our true nature would manifest in times of adversities. I love the quote which my mom shared to me after she watched the movie, ‘Angel Has Fallen’ 

“It’s our moments of struggles that define us. How we handle them is what matters.”


to make it clear, I know that I am probably talking on the other side of the spectrum regarding this, and it is undeniable to face some circumstance/s that would really trigger our anger issues (if there is), and the amount of patience that we have could sometimes not suffice our ability to just hold it in and let it go. But that is the thing, it will always boil in our choices whether to speak in a gentle way or on the other way around. It is but understandable that some people might be showing concern to us, thus sometimes they would approach us and say something that might be true for themselves but not that true for us (e.g telling us of something that we lack in this certain aspect and we feel attacked regardless if it is true or not). If a situation like this happens, may you evaluate yourself first and ask if what that person is saying does make sense, but if not, then don’t bother. You might want to confront this person of his/her approach and create a good and healthy conversation out of it.

…but before ending this, I am thinking that if we desire to create a world where goodness can bloom, it will start within our minds, leading to our words, and eventually, it will cascade in our actions. Thus, creating something out from our view.

So how to create your own world? Mind your words, because words can tear down or build up realities.

alright, we have gone a long way, but what I am really trying to say is—BE KIND. 

be kind in your thinking.

be kind in your words. 

be kind in your actions.

what we need now is compassion & I hope after reading this, you will spark kindness to all people that you know, and to everyone you will be meeting. you deserve kindness as much as other people do. in that way, you are, in one way or another, creating a better world not for your own self, but most importantly for others.


Kryzylle Nicole


Chopra, D. Physics Must Evolve Beyond the Physical. Act Nerv Super 61, 126–129 (2019).

Sadeghi, H. (n.d) The scary power of negative words. Retrieved from

1 Samuel 30: 21-25 passage. Retrieved from:

hebrews 11:16


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