22 comments on “Silence

  1. Serins says:

    Sometimes finding something to say, anything at all is like trying to squeeze water from a stone! Espeacially when it is sometime in the middle of the night or early morning! 😉

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  2. Michelle says:

    Listening to silence is very hard for me…probably because my brain is loud and obnoxious.

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  3. Linda Kay says:

    I think we all fail somewhat at enjoying silence. The TV is blaring, the music is playing, traffic is passing….whatever. Not much silence available.

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  4. Linda Omura says:

    Sometimes people are silent because they just don’t know what to say but doesn’t mean they have something bad to say but are holding it in. Or sometimes the opposite! 🙂

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  5. Lisa @ The Meaning of Me says:

    An interesting way to consider silence. Sometimes, though, silence is just…silence. In my Hub’s case, it’s processing time, trying to get the words he wants to come out just right. That’s not a bad thing.

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  6. The world is pretty noisy even when no one is speaking… I cherish moments of silence…

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  7. fitnessmomwinecountry says:

    I don’t mind silence, I enjoy it. Unless I am trying to take a yoga class, then forget it!! My head goes bananas LOL

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  8. zoebyrd says:

    listening to silence is not easy because it falls to too much of our own interpretive faults yknow?

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    • lrconsiderer says:

      Yes, and then there’s that. Which I also try SO hard to bear in mind, but often fail to do. But I wrote. An In Real Letter, explaining, which didn’t need explaining, I don’t think, but I did anyway 🙂



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