IT’S THE LANDING THAT HURTS
A verb stops being a verb when it becomes a noun e.g. ‘moving’ becomes a ‘mover’. A ‘mover’ then moves. Action stops its purity of motion or movement if it becomes a noun. The noun then engages in movement but is not technically the actual movement. Generally the noun or ‘thing’ is engaged in the ‘moving’ yet it remains a noun. The ‘movement’, ideally, has no ’stops’. If/when ‘it’ does stop, ‘it’ is no longer a movement.