“Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you’ve got to say, and say it hot”.D.H.Lawrence
It takes wisdom to know where, when and how to talk.
Be quiet when you don’t have something meaningful or good to say, this can save you from a whole lot of trouble that can accompany an idle and careless words.
Homes, relationships, worship centers and very important things have been ruin through careless words. You seldom err when you’re still.
When genuine passion moves you to talk, say what you have to say frankly, firmly and fervently.
Talkative don’t always make much sense and they easily err. People rarely take them serious. Learn how to moderate your words, respect is not earn by the quantity of words you speak, but by the quality of your words.
You have the right to be motivated.