For all of you out there who have a hard time understanding this simple premise here is a breakdown. Actions (Being what you do) Speak louder that words (Being what you say). It is important to know how this works in order to build any kind of trust or relationship with anyone in your life. Be it a stranger, a work colleague, a close friend or a partner.
I guess what I’m getting at is the idea that such things that seem trivial and harmless to one person can seem malicious and confusing to another. As I wrote in a previous post as quoted from “The Last Kiss”… Every asshole talks about love but its what you do to other people that really proves how you feel.
I guess an example would be if somebody already feels insecure about themselves and doesn’t feel as though they deserve much if anything in life, Don’t then do everything you possibly can to make them distrust you and second guess what you tell them. Because it will simply build up into a negative reaction.
Anyhow its always actions that do the talking. Would you hurt yourself in front of someone you care about? No. That’s just an example… But it really does feel as though people could learn a lot through observing for little. People are very easy to work out. Especially when you take some time to notice.