Last night, I had dinner with my buddy, Jordan.
Jordan is 17 and wise far beyond his years.
Our discussion revolved around profanity and he made a point I’d never really thought of.
“People don’t realize that when they use profanity,
it sounds different to the person saying it than it does to the person hearing it.”
He went on to say that when someone curses,
the words hit harder on the listener than the user may feel.
Hence, be careful with the language.
Now, admittedly, I have a pretty bad potty mouth.
However, Jordan made such a great point
that it’s really going to cause me to think when choosing my words.