Yes, actions speak louder than words, because anyone can say the right things. It says in the Bible to show faith not by what a person says, but instead rather, by fearing God and obeying his commandments. Good words are not useful for much if a person doesn't do the right thing. They'll be considered a hypocrite if they don't what they say.
To say something and to do something are two different things. It is a well known fact that people often do not do what they say, even being a hypocrite and doing the opposite. There are many cases of preachers, motivational speakers and politicians who say one thing yet do the other. An action can never be undone, but a promise can be broken.
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Actions can tell you much more about someone, instead of your friend telling you something that may be true or not. Also, actions show people who you really are, if you are the liar people claim you to be, rude, sweet, or an ordinary person. Good words aren’t useful for much if someone doesn’t do the right thing. Anyone can say the right thing; it’s showing the person the right thing. You gotta see it to believe it!
Actions speak louder than words. For example, if you went up to a homeless person and said, "Hello, how are you. Don't answer that question. Anyways, I'm going to help you get off the street." After saying that, if you were to walk away, you have done nothing in order to help the homeless man. On the other hand, if you walked up to a homeless man and didn't say anything handing him 500 dollars, you would have helped him have food for months. Do you see the difference? Actions speak louder than words.
For example, the way you act can send out either positive or negative message. I am sure most of the ladies on the floor can relate back to year 7 when you were new and had to give out a good first impression. A first impression is not really based on the way someone talks as when you join a new school you just say what your name is and what school you used to go to and this would be somewhat alike to what all the other new girls have said, therefore the other students will judge you on the way you act in a new environment. So going back to the motion we can tell that the way you react to the situation and your body language has more of an impact on other people’s thoughts than what you would say.
• For example, the way you act can send out either positive or negative message. I am sure most of the ladies on the floor can relate back to year 7 when you were new and had to give out a good first impression. A first impression is not really based on the way someone talks as when you join a new school you just say what your name is and what school you used to go to and this would be somewhat alike to what all the other new girls have said, therefore the other students will judge you on the way you act in a new environment. So going back to the motion we can tell that the way you react to the situation and your body language has more of an impact on other people’s thoughts than what you would say.
Actions do speak louder than words only because even if you don't say something you thought are the guide lines to what you are going to do. So even if you don't say something how you react to it and the actions in the aftermath is going to say something. I think that faith has something to do with it just because what you believe in is going to shade your picture of life so.
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Words are simply sounds spoken by the tongue. The action is what really puts the meaning into the words said. I believe that actions do speak louder than words. For example, Rosa Parks once said, "I would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freedom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people.” From the moment she refused to give up her seat to that white man on the bus, Rosa put meaning in her words and that reflected her actions. Her words then meant something. All in all, I do believe that actions speak louder than words
While in some cases they do, most of the time words are better than actions. As in it's better to talk things out than to use actions and possibly violence to solve problems. What if every time we wanted change, we just went and used actions to get what we wanted? It's much better to just sit down and have a conversation than to use actions to get what we want.
A perfext example is that if someone sees u and busts into tears, they obviously have a strong and emotional feeling about u, but at the same time u are not able to understand the feeling. But of that persom comes to u and explains u through his words that How much they missed u or how much they loved u, he it words will have a strong impact in ur heart, giving a positive feeling about them to u...
"The best thing about keeping your word is that people are not only able to see that you do what you promised, but at the same time see that you are very capable. Your potential is unveiled and your work will shine through, assuring everyone that you know what you are doing. In terms of working relationships, this is perhaps the most important aspect of why actions speak louder and clearer than words."
-- A paragraph from t RGB blog
Do actions speak louder than words ? Something that you say which means that what you do is more important than what you say.For example "Of course the government have made all sorts of promises but as we all know, actions speak louder than words."On the other hand emotional agony from words,hurts more than any harm a person can inflict with actions.In addition there are many different reasons behind everyone's actions. Finally if a country said they would do something destructive some may laugh at them or some may think about the action that may be about to take place,however if they took the action it would give of a meaning.
The emotional trauma from words hurts more than any damage a person can inflict with actions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
There are some things in life, such as love or romance, where actions do speak louder than words. But for instance, if you walked up to someone and kissed them or slapped them it could be because it was a dare or they did something that made them deserve it. There are many different reasons behind everyone's actions. Therefore, actions do not speak louder than words. Many people argue against this, but the truth is, not everyone can mean what they do. Do you think murderers or rapists mean to do the things they did? No one really knows the actions of others or the reasons.
People say things and make promises they have no intention of keeping on a daily basis. You can tell someone you love him or her as many times as you want, but until your behavior coincides with that, the other person will probably not believe you. Some feelings cannot be expressed in mere words; they require actions to speak for them. Words are cheap, anyone can tell someone they love them, but they will not feel the immensity of these emotions until they are acted upon.
While there are biblically passages that encourage the notion (Which I encourage it as well...In some cases). Yes, we always need to live life correctly, but I have found that most atheists skeptics don't care how kind you act towards them. They will continue to babble on arguments and will torture themselves bringing up personal issues from their past. As a whole, you can be nice and live the gospel life all day long, but skeptics these days don't care. While there are many that are looking at you, you shouldn't make that an excuse not to preach to others. The Apostles would preach in cities with noone's consent. They were jailed time and time again, but when they were released, they continued to preach. They didn't just walk around and wait for people to ask "What is so different about you" because there was no time for that. Souls were at stake. The Bible does command us, in fact, to "preach the gospel to every creature." [Mark 16:15]
"Preach" in the Greek is "kay-roos-so" which means "to publish, proclaim openly: something which has been done. It also means "used of the public proclamation of the gospel and matters pertaining to it, made by John the Baptist, by Jesus, by the apostles and other Christian teachers." So, in closing, I want to say that you should live your life in a godly manner, all the time, but don't do that exclusively. Preach to others. Show them the love of Christ because words have power, and the gospel enhances that power.
The phrase "actions speak louder than words is undoubtedly an over-exaggerated and inaccurate cliché which belittles the power of words and their ability to leave everlasting effects, not only on an individual but on an entire society as a whole. It is often stated that the effect of words is miniscule in comparison to the potential impact of an action, however this is untrue. We cannot ignore the high regard in which words have always been held for thousands of years. A few words can influence and entire generation, the power of language is phenomenal. Change is achieved through diplomacy, not actions of any kind. Take three simple words to be an example of the power of words, three words which have lasted for thousands and thousands of years. I love you. No action can even hope to achieve the impact of these three words. The fact that any action can be undone by three small words is proof that the power of words is far more significant than any action.
Words can end wars, Can hold scrolls, Can hold Holy word. Words can can be powerful depending on how and where you use it.
As an example: without a script how would an actor know which words or emotions to use. So actions are following words. But if the wrong words are said it could cause war and destruction.