Actions may speak louder than words, but words can create change. When words are used in such a technique and eloquence, they have this power to which action can’t hold a candle to. With words, we are given a sentiment at face value. This gives us the chance to interpret it the way we need at that given time, and only through creativity are we given such ideas to play with through our actions like movies and plays. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Through the wonderful world of books, we are able to escape a world of action and enter our own minds. Feel alone? There’s a book for you that allows for instant connection with characters you’ve never met in “real life,” but which live through your spirit and helps you keep going.
Actions may speak louder than words, but words help create your very own infinity. Sheets of papers allow us to capture how we feel in that very moment and then be able to recall, years later, how differently we thought and how much we’ve grown. It was once said, “If a writer falls in love with you, you can never die.” This is even shown through both the arts and sciences, for we are able to look at what happened and how people felt thousands of years in the past because they wrote down what was going on to them. Words construct languages, create cultures, and outlines histories. Words bring people together who are thousands of miles apart, and words don’t ask for anything in return.
Actions may speak louder than words, but words have magic too. Their voices may be small, but they have the power to create meaning to someone—to you. Words allow for deep thought, words allow for an analysis and structure, and words allow for comfort when action is too tired or too busy for you. But make sure to use your words carefully. Because like actions, words cannot be taken back once they’re sent off. Allow for words and actions to work in harmony, not against each other.
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