What is the difference between speech and action?
Communication on here, I am assuming that is a form of speech. But it is an action for me to be here at the computer. Typing is an action, but the communication is speech. If I make a mistake, as far as what I say, then I have made a mistake in speech. But how do I know if it is the right action?
They are connected, and if I am speaking right, then it is right action to speak, but if I speak wrong, then I shouldn't speak.
Is it an action to not speak? Is it action to not act? I have always thought that living was action, breathing was action, so that we cannot escape action. But it's easy to escape speech, we do that all the time.
Speech and action are tied together, since to move my mouth is to speak, and it is also an action. When I should, it's a bigger action, and waving my arms around is certainly an action. Speech is always action; action is not always speech.