Actions Speak Louder Than Words

What does actions speak louder than words mean?


What you do has a stronger impact on people that what you say.

Oftentimes, people will say one thing and then another; the phrase actions speak louder than words means that people are more likely to believe what you do rather than what you say.

It’s must easier to lie with your words that with your actions because what you do more strongly correlates with you want and what you believe. You can say anything without believing strongly in it.

Parents must remember that they need to lead by example. Children are more prone to feel allowed to do what their parents do,even if their parents tells them not to do it.

People tend to believe what you do not what you say.

This proverb is more than several hundred years old. Some of the first expressions of it are found in the Bible, including the verse in the book of John, which stresses that saying you love someone is not the same as doing things for them. “My little children, let us not love with word or with tongue, but in deed and truth.” (1 John 3:18)

In today’s world remember that what we do has more significance than what we say. We need to line up our actions with our words.


Child: Dad, I promise I’ll be on time for dinner, and I’ll do my homework as soon as I get it.

Father: Well, that sounds great, but actions speak louder than words . I’ll believe it when I see it.

It Is a common piece of warning in modern relationships when someone’s partner consistently says that’s he love her but doesn’t back it up with his actions. The recipient of these words is often warned to pay to the actions of his/her partner to find the truth of how they feel.


Krystle: He tells me he loves me every day. But he didn’t do anything for my birthday, and he still doesn’t want to meet parents.

Kristine:Be careful, actions speak louder than words.

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