How do you say 'We come in peace' when the very words are an act of war?
Safe, sane and consensual what do those words really mean? Assimilation, that's what.
Words, in their primary or immediate signification, stand for nothing but the ideas in the mind of him who uses them.
All our words are but crumbs that fall down from the feast of the mind.
To make a point of declaring friendship is to cheapen it. For men's emotions are very rarely put into words successfully.
Then, his struggles stopped. His eyes stared at me, stunned, and his lips parted, almost into a smile, albeit a grisly and pained one. "That’s what I was supposed to say. . . " he gasped out. Those were his last words.
Before they read words, children are reading pictures.
Never speak words that allow the enemy to think he's winning.
A picture is poem without words.
Words make love with one another.
The poet is an untier of knots, and love without words is a knot, and it drowns.
Be willing to be unliked and ridiculed in order to speak the words of the One who matters most.
Learn the words of wisdom uttered by the wise and apply them in your own life. Live them - but do not a make a show of reciting them, for he who repeats what he does not understand is no better than an ass loaded with books.
There are several different meanings of the words "religion" and "spirituality," all of which are important. The whole point about an integral or comprehensive approach is that it must find a way to believably include all of those important meanings in a coherent whole.
Through it all, the words of John Peel echo strongly within me: you have support the music that's being made now. You have to continue to look forward and learn from what's happening. That's my philosophy, anyway.
Words are power. And a book is full of words. Be careful what power you get from it. But know that you do.
In fact, you don’t have a soul, you are your own soul. In other words, you are not this book, your social security card, your body or your mind. You are you.
Oh that thou hadst like others been all words, And no performance.
The very essence of politeness seems to be to take care that by our words and actions we make other people pleased with us as well as with themselves.
Our first love-letter. . . There is so much to be said, and which no words seems exactly to say - the dread of saying too much is so nicely balanced by the fear of saying too little. Hope borders on presumption, and fear on reproach.
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