Wordlessness . . . A Quote For Sunday

Perhaps, this being my Sunday post, my thoughts on this quote have been slanted some but I suspect the title of “wordlessness” is not one you’d expect a writer to jump to.  Oh, but one can be inspired at any given time and love, peace, inspiration, and other delights do not always require words, do they?  My thoughts might not be what the original quote relates to, but sometimes messages go from one being to another in the way we clasp hands, enjoy a sunset, a walk on the beach, or paging through a book of memories . . . simply heart to heart and soul to soul . . .

 

Much of what was said did not matter, and much of what mattered could not be said.

– Katherine Boo –

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4 Responses to Wordlessness . . . A Quote For Sunday

  1. Caddo Veil says:

    Sometimes I talk too much, trying to find the exact right words. On the blogs, at least, that may be the best course–I don’t want someone to miss my depth of love, gratitude, joy, etc. Make sense? Chatty Caddy

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    • Chatty Caddy, I love it. I could (gasp) be accused of the chatty thing too I suspect. I can relate. Sometimes, I just need a hand to hold my own. Jesus is with us always but we do hunger as well for the human link and it seems so many just want to touch plastic keys of various sizes when wordlessly being present and lovingly holding my hand would be so healing to the heart and soul . . . . so simple and profound.

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