Although I truly believe in good intentions, because I know first-hand the many deeply-held but unrealized good intentions of my own heart and vision, I also understand why the wisdom and “truth” of the axiom “It’s not what we say, it’s what we do” is so universally recognized and accepted. Our actions really do speak louder than our words. The proof is indeed in the pudding, not in the possibilities that exist when we talk about what the pudding might taste like … if we make it.
Likewise, we really do show one another how we truly feel about each other by the way that we actually treat one another. Not by what we say to each other. Or by what we say about how we feel about others. But by what we in fact do.
Others may not always tell us how they feel about us, but they will always show us. We just need to pay attention.
#LoveIsTheAnswer #WeAreAllJustWalkingEachOtherHome #LoveItForward #LiveLikeThat #DoThatThing #BeLove
I have some fairly strong opinions about love. They are informed by many and varied sources, but by two primarily: the experiences of my entire life up until now – all 19,668 days and by my long-held, yet ever-growing, beliefs in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
My personal beliefs are summed up by one of my mottos that I share with others pretty frequently:
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#WhatIsCallingYou #DoThatThing #LiveLikeThat #FollowYourBliss #OwnYourVoice #BornForThis #BelieveBravely #InspireAndBEInspired
Really, what is calling you? Where do your thoughts take you when they drive your inner-dialogue? What does your heart yearn to do? To feel? To create? To experience? What do you dream about doing?
Do you know? Are you aware of that one BIG thing, or those really special things, that truly fuel the fires of your passion(s)? Your raison d’être?
Do you hold tight to your answer?
Click here to ready why you must hold tight to your answer!