Talking is silver but silence is gold

May 15, 2012
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Talking is silver but silence is gold, it's a great idiom used by the most nations.
Well, silence is the best policy; you can see: listen and silent two words have the same letters but arranged differently.
We humans have tendency to talk more and to listen less, the main cause of it is that we have forgotten the art of waiting and allowing ourselves to listen to other viewpoints.

When we are silent and waiting, something great inside us keeps on growing, and silence gives birth to creativity, moreover the more we keep silent the less the heart that can be hurt.

There are times when silence become the most potential way of communication and it's more effective than words, for instance sometimes a silent angry look from our parents enough to let us feel their fury and agony, and this angry look capable of making us behave better than harsh reprimand or scolding.

Lovers all over the world prefer to communicate with silent, It's more romantic and it's a famous telepathy between two people who have strong feelings for each other.

Undeniably, silence needs a special kind of power and authority of mind, to say nothing is more difficult than expressing anger, happiness, love, betrayal with words.
That's why it's a quite difficult conflict between a man and his mind to a long journey of controlling our senses and reactions.

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Meher said...
today at 7:18 am
It's very beneficial. And I really loved that example of 'the look by our parents'. It's true and I would try to implement it in my life. Greatly written!!!!
Danger said...
Dec. 19, 2017 at 11:12 am
It is very bad and I don't think that any one should reffer it
SmithNke said...
Nov. 9, 2017 at 1:20 pm
I love this. Your mode of writing is inspiring. Got me thinking.
Aman Rai said...
Jan. 29, 2017 at 11:00 am
I love this essay and I also agree with this being silence sometime is good for us
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