Between debaters, or the need for deeds and not words
Athanasopoulos, Constantinos GE. (1999)
It is widely known that people often like to declare, in view of different, mainly extraordinary, situations that they will «perform», «act, «resolve» problems and «take» responsibility. However, those who do «perform», «act» or «resolve» are-few or they do it very rarely, to the desolation of those who wait, suffer, are sorely tried, or eagerly anticipate such steps. This phepomenon, that is the inconsistency between words and deeds goes back a long way and, in Greece, it has been noted ever since ancient times.