you see what you believe, its not believe what you see
random hook for a song i thought yesterday, its so weird i saw this question hahah
Believing in faith is more potential than believing in seeing
Imagining what is meant by the words if they are written. If they are being said it is up to the individual as to whether they are believable or not.
Interesting question, almost a trick question! Words are a cheap commodity...truth or lie, genuine or disingenuous, fact or fiction...loving or hurtful, healing or maiming...hard to believe unless backed up by evidence...it is the difference between talking the talk and walking the walk...hmmm...yes, interesting question!
I do not believe that seeing is believing, i believe that what you believe is what you see.
Similarly, words also mean whatever you want it to mean.
words are sacred and people use too many of them without any regard to the sacredness of them,most words are just wasted,because there is no meaning behind the spoken words, I think the word says for it self that it is sacred,try not talking for 3 whole days,no notes signlanguage or grunts just become totaly mute,I did that once and it was quite the experince for me.
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