Author, Mike Howerton remembers the two vastly different ways two of his high school coaches approached encouraging the team. Howertown remembers that in one game, his team was losing. During halftime, the two coaches would give two very different pep talks
Photo: MorgueFile “Think of every word as a gift. Open each one up and use it for good. Share words of encouragement, love, praise, depth and wisdom. It’s your choice. Choose life.” Lori Palatnik Imagine listening to your pastor announce from the pulpit that you were a true gossip. Would you take it as a compliment, hang your head in shame, or flare up in anger? Gossip, as defined by Walter Winchell, is “the art of saying nothing in a way that leaves practically nothing unsaid.” Another source identifies gossip as “a chatty talk”.