50 thoughts on “Silence Likes Me

  1. Listening is difficult and understanding often even harder. But the desire to understand and listen confirms the love within us. Silence and pause are good to regain balance and calm the storm in the head. It’s good if you can have the silence as a friend!

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  2. Your wise and beautiful words remind me of this Harvey Mackay’s Moral – Two ears, one mouth : nature’s way of telling you to listen more than you talk. Thank-you!

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  3. I like your perspective here, Colleen. I must have silence at times, and frequently I am amazed at how hard it can be for me to find it! But if I really need it, I’ll find it one way or another. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • I get very frustrated any more, if I can’t find it. Where I used to ALWAYS blare music in the car, I will just as often if not more, turn the noise off and the silence up. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. I think my four to five nights of no phone calls nor visits, may have me feeling I need less silence. My brother Rich likes his daily runs, also says to have someone to listen to us may be helpful to lengthen our own lives. Busy wife for him, no roommate for (10) years is a lot of moments on my own. . .
    Just to give perspective to the old saying: “silence can be deafening!”
    Colleen, I find peace in trees and woods which give me birds, Chipmunks, deer and voices of others gone ahead. . . โ˜ฎ๏ธ

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