Words And Actions Quotes by Sogyal Rinpoche, Elizabeth Tan, Socrates, Doreen Virtue, Peter Kropotkin, Rumi and many others.
True spirituality is to be aware that if we are interdependent with everything and everyone else, even our smallest, least significant thought, word and action have real consequences throughout the universe.
As for what motivates me to better myself, I would say the friends that I keep around me and also my family. They constantly keep me in check with their words and actions, knowingly and also unknowingly.
Think not those faithful who praise all thy words and actions, but those who kindly reprove thy faults.
Take a moment to gather your thoughts about your situation and ask, “What would Love do?” Then channel that energy in your words and actions.
If you want to know the people of a nation, I am sure you can judge a great deal more about them from their cooking and eating traditions than you can from the words and actions of their public officials.
The world is like a courtroom, with God as our judge. We are called upon to fulfill our covenant with God, who asked, “Am I not your Lord?” To which we answered, “Yea.” And since here on earth we are on trial, our every word and action form the witness to and the evidence of that agreement.
Pardon, we beseech Thee, all our offences of omission and commission; and grant that in all our thoughts, words, and actions, we may conform to Thy known will manifested in our consciences, and in the revelations of Jesus Christ our Saviour.
The best way to predict the future is to study the past, or prognosticate.
…love is our true nature. When we do not express love in our words and actions it is like honey hidden in a rock.
I grew up in the Deep South, where sexism, racism, and homophobia were and still are alive and well. I have early, early memories of words and actions of this type being very painful.
My Dear Son… remember that you are accountable to your Maker for all your words and actions.
Leaders do not sway with the polls. Instead, they sway the polls through their own words and actions.
It is of unspeakable advantage to possess our minds with an habitual good intention, and to aim all our thoughts, words, and actions at some laudable end.
Our lives are made of these moments. Simple words and actions, taken together, weave a single day, and our days become our life. Every gesture is a seed, and the seed determines the harvest.
[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, in his rather undiplomatic way, demanded that Washington bring words and actions together into a coherent, 100 percent pro-Israeli policy. Obama, apparently still having faith in a “two-state solution,” refused to do this.
They deceive themselves who believe that union with God consists in ecstasies or raptures, and in the enjoyment of Him. For it consists in nothing except the surrender and subjection of our will – with our thoughts, words and actions – to the will of God.
I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.