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YES…. it is better for someone to start what he/she wishes to do in actions by doing….
NO… Actions are more violent it is not good to act before you speak out your mind so words are louder than actions to me.
NO.. words speak louder than actions because they build trust and patience to someone
YES… actions are good and speak louder because they create believe and a sense of responsibility of anyone…thanks
Development can not be effected by words so to me actions speak louder than the words because its through the act of doing that any development can be made after implementation
YES actions speak louder than words because they show who you are among people and that good or bad example in you
Actions cause corruption among people in a way that someone would also wish to do exactly what the other person has done not knowing how the other person got there hence creating that corrupt mind in a person in desire to fulfil the interest of people….
Words are of deceit and cant be determined by anyone, they are just a sense of comfort to keep you going… so to me actions speak louder than words
I do think actions speak louder than words! I find all too often that people will say that they will do things, and almost trick themselves into believing they will, but never do what they say. The action speaks for itself, and the consequences and effects of an action says a great deal more than the words of somebody.The action is the proof!
The question of what should people do is so difficult. They are probably not empowered enough to break the existing political ties and structures. And even if they did it, what woud come next?? Democracy? Probably no…
I agree with Kyle to an extent, as many politicians promise things during their campaign and don’t act on any of the words that made people want to elect them in the first place. However, there is the other side of this, as well. Election time is approaching in the USA right now, and I am honestly appalled and out right frightened of some candidates (without naming names) because they say things with intention of putting their words into action if elected. While I generally think actions speak louder than words, I think the intentions and ulterior motives behind what a person says speak louder than either a person’s actions or their words. So, if there is malicious intent behind words, for example, I think that speaks just as loudly as if those words were acted upon.
Actions speak louder than words for instance taking action is alot more powerful than saying something; actions are in a sense alot more powerful than words. When an action is taken realisation of the word is physical put into place. For instance saying the UK wants to leave the EU and actually leaving the UK are two completely different things.