In the Silence, We Speak
I noticed how the most profound conversations are often the ones where no words are exchanged at all. Have you? It’s in these silent interludes, in the pauses and the unspoken, that we often find the deepest connections.
In the hustle of our daily lives, surrounded by a cacophony of voices and sounds, there’s something almost rebellious in cherishing the quiet. It’s there, in the hush of early morning or the stillness of a late night, where our unspoken thoughts and feelings find their voice.
Do you remember the last time when you were moved by a piece of music, a painting, or the simple yet majestic beauty of a sunset? Weren’t these experiences, devoid of words, more telling than many conversations you’ve had? It’s as if, in the absence of spoken language, we tap into something more elemental, more universal.
I bet we all had those moments with a loved one, a friend, or even a stranger, where a look or a shared silence spoke volumes. These instances, fleeting as they may be, carry the essence of our connections, unmarred by the limitations of language.
It’s a realization, both comforting and daunting, that our most profound understandings often lie beyond the spoken word. In recognizing this, you begin to listen more intently, not just to what is said, but to what is felt, what is shared in silence and presence.
(2022, © Julia Delaney)
Our deepest expressions need not be loud to be heard, but felt deeply in the quiet corners of our hearts.
Be Alive 🌱
Love ❤️, Julia
FROM MY HEART TO YOURS 💞
GUIDED MEDITATIONS 💗
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