Words is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. The song reached No. 1 in Germany, Canada, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

“Words” was the Bee Gees third UK top 10 hit, reaching number 8, and in a UK television special on ITV in December 2011 it was voted fourth in “The Nation’s Favourite Bee Gees Song”. The song has been recorded by many other artists, including hit versions by Rita Coolidge in 1978 and Boyzone in 1996. This was Boyzone’s fifth single and their first number one hit in the UK. 

It’s only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away
It’s only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away
It’s only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away…

Words can hurt. Words are powerful. They can make or break a person. Whispering words of wisdom can empower, encourage, uplift and help move someone forward. Choose kind words to heal one’s spirit.

 Face it again: your words can hurt someone more than you intended too and therefore it is important that you take a moment to think before you speak, no matter your mood. Words are expensive; once they are said they cannot be taken back. Choose your words wisely or else it can become costly to you. Don’t wonder. There is a reason, I repeat my words here.

 There comes a point where it all becomes too much. When we get too tired to fight anymore. So we give up. That’s when the real work begins….!

 True words may be bitter. But no matter what words say. Actions always reveal the truth.

 Your words must match your actions in this world. What you put out is what you’ll receive. Only you know if your words match you, the real you. Not what any version you want the world to see, but the acts you do when no one is watching you. That’s living an authentic life.

Words won’t always work. So always express your feelings more in action than words. Words fade. Memories linger.

  Our words are very powerful, always make sure that you use the right words, which encourages people instead of discouraging.

Well, sometimes words are really not enough. You can believe all the right things, yet still be dead wrong.

Where there is life, there is motion. Some antelopes, as well as the cheetah, can spring faster than speeding cars. Bighorn sheep, charging one another headfirst, collide with such force that the sound echoes like a gunshot through mountain ranges. Migrating birds battle winds for 1,000 Miles, nonstop, before dropping back to earth.

Sometimes, we keep relics of life: a fragile,perfect seashell, an exoctiv butterfly mounted on a pin. But these are mere memories: life has gone from them, and with it motion.

Someone around us has left us and the world.  We are shocked. We can’t find the right words.

Some close to us have an incurable disease. We can’t find the right words.

Someone with us tells us, he or she is happily married. We can’t find the right words.

Someone got an amazing job abroad, we really can’t find the right words.

Well, is there something wrong with us?

Authors of the bible often look to nature for analogies to express spiritual truth. The book of James, controversial because of its emphasis on “good work”, is perhaps best understood through the analogy of motion, in the spiritual realm also, where there’s life there will be a motion.

Movement does not cause life, but it does invariably follow life. It’s a sure sign that life is present. . Similarly, genuine faith in Christ should always result in actions that demonstrate the faith.

Straight to the point: be humble.

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