By WILLIAM ALEXANDER
When you’re faced with a tough decision, should you be reckless or feckless? The correct course of action may be neither.
When you’re reckless, you lack proper caution and are careless of consequences. To be feckless, on the other hand, makes you weak, ineffective, spiritless. It can also mean you’re thoughtless and irresponsible.
As the Bard says, “suit the action to the word and the word to the action.”