To wholly verbalize without performing any actions
Is that why the society
Only concerns in talking without any actions?
As the saying goes “Actions speak louder than words.”
As I observe some people who are eloquent in words, but no actions are taken to show they mean it.
Sometimes I got pissed off with people who just say and didn’t know how things are done when I asked them to demonstrate and guide me in the process of carrying out the tasks at hand. This happened when I was working in workforce before. There are some people who really know in what they are doing and demonstrate it gently to me how to perform the tasks. Recently, such case happened once in a while. The people can preach about the theories fluently, but when it comes to doing it, they can’t execute it and the things look awry.
As I document the whole transition of my baby’s birth and development, he enjoys doing the things that he speaks such as wear shoes, dance, walk up and down the staircase, wishing to go out and immediately wear his shoes and carry his favourite Doraemon bag. He really expresses what is in his hearts and means it.
For an instance, if you love your parents, will you do something to make them happy? Or course, you will. Through the little things such as patiently guide them how to use the computer, mobile phone and there are many things to show our love for them and our gratitude to them for taking care of us since babyhood and until adulthood.
Let us check from the Scripture as we turn our pages to 1 John 3:17-19 (NIV), “If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. This is how we know that we belong to the truth and how we set our hearts at rest in his presence.”
I thank God for slowly building me up in how to express myself properly as time pass by. I am a visual person who has problem in using the right words to express what I mean and what I do.
Inspiration On: Wednesday, 2 May 2012 at 9pm
Revised On: Thursday, 21 June 2012 at 4:50pm