Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Noun or Verb?

Want is defined as "a desire to posses or do (something)."  That would make want a verb, not a noun.  So when you only talk about what you want, it is merely a notion, place, or thing, but not an action.  So if you "want" something, the question is what are you going to "do" to get it?

Words are worth absolutely nothing, without activity.  You can have a conversation about what you want to do, but never do what needs to be done to bring your desire to fruition.

Whining, grumbling, complaining, moaning, and groaning is pointless.  No matter how often you do it, there will be no productivity. But exertion, conductivity, effort, energy, and action will always lead to progression. 

Whatever it is that you think you want, will remain an idea, a concept, a mere visualization; until you take the steps toward actualization.


Sydney said...

I've never thought of this before! Very motivational. :)

P.S: Haven't stopped by in a while (I get email updates) and I wanted to say that the new design lookd great!

Stacey Donaldson said...

@Sydney - As always I appreciate your hopping over :-) I am not sure if I like the new design or not, still on the fence about it...but I like that there are three columns, so we'll see if it's a keeper!

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