Meaning of Said without fact does not bring profit

What is said without fact is of no benefit:

"Said without fact does not bring profit" is a popular expression that means that words are useless if there are no acts that confirm what was said.

"Said without fact does not bring profit" emphasizes that the benefit that can be obtained through a speech can be dissipated by not being accompanied by concrete actions.

Like many of the sayings transmitted by oral traditions it is difficult to know their origin. The sayings are also evolving and complementing the existing ones. For example, “saying without fact does not bring profit” is related to “from said to fact there is a long way” since both refer to the separation between speech and actions and the importance of taking both into account.

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