Do, more than say

What we say can be important. But usually not as important as what we do. What we do gives integrity to what we say.

There's nothing wrong with saying things that ought to be said. All of us need to be roused now and then with words that instill purpose and give moral direction. A statesman, a clergyman, a commentator, all may have worthwhile things to say. And yet when we take a good look at the virtual flood of words that reaches so many people each day, a little more doing of those high-sounding things we're saying may be in order.

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Growth that is spiritual development
October 13, 1980
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