“Even if one talks a lot about what is beneficial, if one does not put it into practice, one is negligent, like a herder counting the livestock of others; one has no share in spirituality.”
You already read the article’s headline: say it, don’t spray it. Walk the walk – don’t just talk the talk.
Whatever catchy phrase you want to use (though the first really does pertain to people spitting all over you when they speak) it all means the same thing. You can talk all day long but if you don’t do anything about it then you may as well be counting someone else’s money (preferably that you haven’t stolen).
What do you think about this? Do you take action or do you prefer to talk about taking action?
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