Language of Silence

The language of silence is not pursued with diligence. We are not keen enough to learn the nuances of a language that is spoken directly from one heart to another; silence has a unique intonation, and less likely to lose its original meaning. Listening to silence can reflect the unknown world of an individual whom we care about. 


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