Though sitting in a silent retreat can bring all sorts of benefits, it is likely we spend more time engaging with people so it is worth considering what our daily language says about us.
Thoughts, dreams and intentions come together as we speak to answer what our daily language says about us. Emotions are set free, ideas are transmitted and values put into words. That our words are completely under our control says something fundamental in itself.
What our daily language says about us in terms of our inner well-being is another point we may ponder. The sayings, preferred words and the like make up our habitual vocabulary. But to what extent are we offering default expressions and responses, unconsciously blurted out rather than mindfully selected answers?
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