WORDS

Words.
They either make you or break you.

When should they be taken lightly?
When should they be pondered on considerably? 

Who is to say yea?
Who is to say nay?

How is one to judge that another is taking it too seriously?
How is one to judge that another is taking it too lightly?

What kind of words should matter?
What kind of words should not?

But then again,

Whose words should matter?
Whose words should not?

Who am I to say you are wrong.
Who are you to say I am not right.

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Actions. Actions speak louder than words they say. Should this opinion be justified then- A person who talks right but walks left. Not only once, but twice, three times, a hundred times and more… Should the words they utter be trusted?

Actions. Actions speak louder than words they say. But what of the actions done then as called forth by the times. Do they not influence the outcome, the effect? Cause and effect?

Actions. Actions speak louder than words they say. Words change, actions change. But the intent cannot be seen. Intent is buried in the deep recesses of the brain. Nobody but the one knows his intent. Intent can remain the same.

Actions. Actions speak louder than words. But should we not try to level off whether the words are proportionate to the actions done?

Are we to tread carefully?
Talk softly?

Sometimes we think before we speak.
Sometimes we think before we act.

But most of the time we don’t think.
Our ego’s think for us.
Thus, our thoughts lack tact.
Our actions lack tact.
Our words lack tact.

We go back to square one.

Ps If this post rhymes. It was not intended. Haha

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