What makes a messenger powerful?
Is it the words he uses – only if they fit together perfectly, only if his arguments are logically and powerful will he convince his audience to believe his message?
Is it his personality – only with great confidence and empathy for others will he get his point across?
Does a message have to be spoken in order to be heard?
More and more, I am beginning to learn that the most powerful messenger is the one who doesn’t say anything at all.
Who doesn’t climb tables to raise his voice.
Who doesn’t have to be on stage in order to be heard.
Who doesn’t preach and complain about all the things that are wrong in this world.
Instead of speaking, he ACTS.
He doesn’t come up with any logical arguments – he simply acts out whatever he has come to believe.
He doesn’t worry about his personality – he practices confidence and bravery in the face of challenges and turmoils.
He doesn’t complain about this world – he shows love and empathy to people in need and makes their world a little brighter.
He doesn’t preach of injustice – he stands up to make the world a little better.
One thing, one person at a time.
He doesn’t SPEAK the message.
He IS the message.
And I believe it will be clearly heard.
Today I am linking up with Lisa-Jo Baker and fellow writers over at Five Minute Friday!
4 thoughts on “[Five Minute Friday] Messenger”
Yes. The humble, quiet messenger says it all! What a beautiful, thought-provoking piece, Katha! Thank you! FmF
Hi, glad to meet you on FMF. Your take on messenger was very inspirational. Thanks for sharing.
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I enjoyed your take on our prompt “messenger”. And, I found your blogspot very interesting. I've never heard of TCKs and now I've met one!