Monday, May 24, 2010

Experiences for which there are no words get along fine without them.

21 comments:

  1. I love this one too much but I really don't have words to tell why I love it.

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  2. That is how i feel..sincerely:)

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  3. Dear Marty, This moved me deeply. Went way inside. I guess I resonate because I seem to have so many life experiences that I have no words for, but are nonetheless felt through my entire being with piercing clarity and exquisite sweetness. I am blessed in that these experiences are profoundly beautiful. I can't get over how wise you are, and I mean wise as if you come straight from the infinite universe. You do. I am honored to be on the receiving end of your wisdom and beauty. Hugs, Robin

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  4. Well said. And silence teaches us all.

    Kiss you.

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  5. Very wise and deep as usual!

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  6. There are occasions when a smile or a tear conveys lot more than many words.

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  7. *giggle*

    This is just perfect! Another favorite!

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  8. Dear Marty,

    There is no room to express all my experiences from my entire life. Your aphorism takes me to the memory line and reminds of those times when the experience was taking place..."With time comes Wisdom"

    Thank you for the wise words,
    Zuzanna

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  9. ~There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke~ Zimmerman's 69 today, I'm 62!

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  10. Too true. And sometimes we talk an experience right out of existence.

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  11. Yes.

    Because they shine forth through the eyes. :)

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  12. Actually, usually all the better for lack thereof...

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  13. Yes, they get along fine with those and only those that experience them.
    Without words to describe them they remain a totally selfish experience.

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  14. This one is brilliant indeed! I also find that there are so many emotions that we just have no words for.... they are still valid though :-)

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  15. Some experiences are beyond words and some are so perfect, they need none! Wonderful!

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