Updated: Oct 5
A declaration is the use of language as an act of creation, invention or manifestation of a result that wasn't going to happen anyway. It is taking a stand that "It (the declaration) will happen, because I say so.”
A declaration will call you forth to accomplish the extraordinary without prior evidence, agreement, or outside authority. You generate your own authority and permission to create such results.
Example: The Declaration of Independence.
In a transformational context, a declaration is distinct from a promise, which is a declaration with a time frame, adding a “by when?” to the declaration.
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