Acta non verba

Acta non verba


Latin expression used for highlighting the importance of someone‘s deeds in order to classify her or him as a trust worthy, reliable person, possessor of important human qualities.

An equivalent Romanian proverb is the following: The more we speak, poorer you become.
For proving you value, what you are capable of doing speak less and act more, acta non verba - deeds not words!

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