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Stevie Wonder: Simple things to Say I Love You

phonecrpdSteve Wonder said it best “I just called to say I love you.”  Such a simple statement, and a tiny gesture of picking up the phone, could make the recipient on the other end’s year.

Here are some simple statements that go a long way for your loved ones:

I just called to say… Whatz uppppp?!

I just called to say… Why did you tattoo your eyebrows?

I just called to say… I love your smile.

I just called to say… You make me laugh when you laugh.

I just called to say… I’m sorry.

I just called to say… I lost my mind today.

I just called to say… I think you’re spectacular.

I just called to say… I forgot your birthday.

I just called to say… I miss your dimples.

I just called to say… I need you.

The call must come from an honest place, which is the most important thing.  Call someone you love today, and talk to them from the heart.

When Stevie Wonder was asked what he would do over again in life he said:

“If I could do anything over again, I’d do life again.”  Love life, and spread yourself around to those that are waiting for your call.

Silly, stupid, funny, serious, honest or not…What would you say?

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Stevie Wonder: Simple things to Say I Love You


Erica Loberg

Erica Loberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She attended Columbia University in New York and graduated with a BA in English. She is a published poet and author of Inside the Insane, Screaming at the Void, What Men Should Know About Women, What Women Should Know About Men, Diamonds From The Rough and Undressed.


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Loberg, E. (2013). Stevie Wonder: Simple things to Say I Love You. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 12, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2013/04/24/stevie-wonder-simple-things-to-say-i-love-you/

 

Last updated: 25 Apr 2013
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