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Both of these proverbs give us advice on relationships with people. They explain what we should pay attention on while communicating with others. The first statement means that people show their character by their actions. The meaning of the second proverb is that sometimes people’s actions may differ from their intentions, but their thoughts are more important.
I agree with the first proverb more. On my point of view, you can promise something as many times as you want, but until your behavior coincides with that, the other person will probably not believe you. This concept applies to almost every situation in a person’s life. Promises mean nothing without proof. People lie all the time and say things just to appease others. You can only learn about a person’s true character by watching their behaviors toward you and toward others. We can apologize for our mistakes repeatedly, but if our actions do not change, the words become meaningless.
There is an example from my life that explains why I trust people’s actions more. I knew a person who said that we were friends, but never did anything to prove it. We didn’t talk to each other for long periods of time, and when I offered to go for a walk she always was too busy. When she needed my support I always helped her, but she never did the same for me. However, every time we met each other she was talking about how she was missing me and that we need to spend more time together. Such situations repeated over and over but I never felt that we were true friends, because her actions were different from her words and they were more convincing.
In conclusion, actions prove who someone really is while words only show what someone wants to be.