SILENCE AND TRUTH

December 22, 2018 at 1:07 pm Leave a comment

SILENCE AND TRUTH

is it odd that

as my words come ever closer to silence

my meanings seem clearer?
*Attribute the meaning of this to Dean Ing. Another way to say that is that his words were the precise inspiration for this poem, and nearly diametrically opposed to what he meant.

 

[“The Father of Lies merely taught us to speak.”]

Entry filed under: silence, social psychology, truth. Tags: , .

meanings(II) Lingual and Non-Lingual Consciousness

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