Power Play

Updated: Sep 12

How do you define power? Where is your power? How do you use it? When do you feel most powerful? I have always felt most powerful when I am fighting against evil. When brainstorming for this post, I thought about so many things that have power, take away power, and give us power...then decided to just leave it as a list. I would love to hear your thoughts or personal stories on power in the comments. May God bless and watch over all of the families so deeply affected by the events of 9/11/01.



The power of evil

The power of 911

The power of the towers

The power of a photograph

The power of memories

The power of smell

The power of pain

The power of anger

The power of the American flag

The power of patriotism

The power of a statue

The power of disease

The power of the media

The power of a lie

The power of the truth

The power of fear

The power of knowledge

The power of money

The power of addiction

The power of connection

The power of change

The power of purpose

The power of compassion

The power of patience

The power of presence

The power of listening

The power of forgiveness

The power of words

The power of silence

The power of breathing

The power of kindness

The power of yes

The power of no

The power of gratitude

The power of prayer

The power of faith

The power of habits

The power of music

The power of nature

The power of a shower

The power of a hug

The power of a smile

The power of love

Below are a few quotes I felt connected with during my brainstorm...both kinda frightening.


“We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it”

George Orwell ~1984


You only have power over people so long as you don't take everything away from them. But when you've robbed a man of everything, he's no longer in your power - he's free again. ~Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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