Actions, the fruit of all truth.
There was once a young man, he claimed to be the hero, he allways said he would never leave anyone behind, because he cared about everyone, because he was a strong leader. One day he was walking home with a friend, as they turned a corner, they came upon a young lad from another school being attacked, whilst he stood by and watched, the friend he was with attempted to intervene, but was knocked to the ground. As his friend and the other young lad tried to fend off the assault, he stood there, frozen to the spot.
You make it clear to most people, especially women, that you will most likely never say:
'I love you.'
'I want you.'
'I care about you.'
As there is one thing that you believe in life, it is that actions are the fruit of all truth, it is by your words you may be heard, but by your actions you will be judged.
Anyone can say words, but it is by their actions that they will be known, that their actions will show who they truely are.
'Of course I take my work home with me, i'm saturated in it. The job doesn't get hung up in the wardrobe with the uniform, never has done. It's in my skin, my hair, seeping from every pore, a part of every tear. It goes to bed with me, it shapes my dreams, fuels the nightmares.'
Sir James Anderton, Ex Chief Constable, Greater Manchester Police.