Actions Vs Words
What we do and say are both important, but the question is: which method of communication is more effective? After debating the matter, we discovered that everyone has their own unique point of view based on their experiences, and no one is attempting to push their viewpoint on others. This is the beauty and notion of “Noajwan Baithak,” which states that there must be no coercion of others. As we can see, words and actions interact in tandem since without actions, words cannot be explained or misinterpreted. Similarly, in many cases, intentions cannot be understood due to a lack of communication, whether via words or acts, since what we want to express in many of the moments is not always the same as what others get, and our intentions are not always given entirely, resulting in misunderstanding. Words and actions, on the other hand, are frequently employed in unison to make a difference in the result of any given undertaking. The words provide motivation, but the action is where the magic happens.
As we can see, both things matter, but it varies depending on the situation; in some cases, words leave deep wounds that are impossible to forget; we can say that “Harsh words always stay”; in other cases, actions can be ignored or not as hurtful, as a result of the discussion, half of the audience was convinced that words had a significant influence, while the other half was convinced that actions have a greater impact, we recognize that both are equally important, based on the conversation and review of the issue. The point is what the scenario is and what mental state the individual is in.To avoid hurtful conduct, we should first concentrate on the manner in which we express ourselves, whether via words or acts.In many cases, mental problems are the underlying causes of how we act and behave; Sometimes the other person does not understand or is unable to make the other realize what he or she is saying or doing, and the consequences become worse, such that the individual unconsciously speaks louder or the actions become worse. In such situations, we should not judge anyone because we do not know what mental state that person is in or what situations they are coping with, and we are too early in judging the other person’s stance. There’s an adage that goes, “Put up or shut up,” which means either do something or just keep silent. Some of our fellow audience members’ point of view fits nicely on it, that others should strive to do something rather than just talk.
Everyone has their own way of expressing their feelings and their own experiences from which they conclude that one has a deep impact either words or actions. Due to the differences in dealings everyone’s point of view differs from the others’ which leads us to the conclusion that both are equally important. There is no conclusion because discussions can never be concluded when there are different points of view and experiences. Everyone is free to put in their point in front of the others and there’s no fear of being judged.