I can do anything for you or I can do everything fro you?

India
May 18, 2011 9:26am CST
Which one do you prefer to say? I can do anything for you or I can do everything for you? Actually somehow I tend to divide things into positive and negative too much and to me saying "I can do anything for you" is a bit negative. It carries a sense of paying for something which you don't want to part away with while "I can do everything for you" give the feeling of doing whatever is required and actually loving it. I don't know...does these little things make a difference to you? Do you think on them? Do you have something similar...
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@ravisivan (14055)
• India
18 May 11
I will tell " I will do.... for you" instead of "I will do everything for you". Possibly when you say everything you over bind yourself. Age has taught me to be careful. have a good day
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