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Perseverance - Action & Inaction

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Perseverance
a man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds
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used for saying that if a person continuously engages in empty talk without taking productive action, they will not accomplish anything meaningful or valuable
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few words, (and) many deeds
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used to emphasize the importance of being efficient, effective, and productive, rather than being overly talkative or boastful
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God helps those who help themselves
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used to say that individuals who take action and put in effort to achieve their goals and solve their problems are more likely to receive divine assistance or blessings
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God never sends mouths but He sends meat
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used to imply that people should have faith and trust in God's ability to provide for their needs and to solve their problems
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great talkers are little doers
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used to imply that people who talk a lot about their plans or achievements may not be as capable as they appear, and that it is important to look at what people do rather than simply what they say
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he who is absent, is always in the wrong
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used to highlight how people tend to assume guilt or fault when someone is not present to provide their perspective or defend themselves
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saying and doing are two things
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used to suggest that what people say or promise is not always what they actually do or follow through with
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tomorrow never comes
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used to emphasize the importance of taking action in the present and avoiding procrastination, as tomorrow is always in the future and becomes today when it arrives
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you snooze, you lose
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used to emphasize the importance of staying cautious and alert, so as not to miss any opportunities
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when in doubt, do nowt
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used to advise that when one is uncertain about what to do, it may be better to refrain from taking any action at all
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many words will not fill a bushel
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used to emphasize the need for action rather than mere talk or empty promises, as using many words does not necessarily lead to to achieving one's goals or solving a problem
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good words without deeds are nothing but / meer rushes and reeds
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used to imply that words or promises are meaningless without actions to back them up
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