> > Consider it commenced. Internally, if not evident outwardly.
> I enjoyed the thread with you and Gene, Nina. I pondered on your
> original post on this subject last night, about words, and I began
> to equate it with dancing.
Nice. I can relate to what you wrote about dancing. While living in
Texas, 'kicker dancing' was something we did for fun. I always
enjoyed it, though I wasn't a big country / western fan. Part of the
fun was seeing if the synchrony you mentioned would happen. I think
that takes a lot of sensitivity on the part of both people, the
leader as well as the led.
The same may be said of conversation.
> Sharing is a beauitul thing, and often becomes altered by
> the 'mediator' when the need for correction jumps into the
> picture. What is said and being conveyed on these lists, often
> does not reach the shore, to spread out onto
> the sand to moisten the land....
That is an interesting way of putting it... could it be that what is
being said and conveyed on these lists can't help but reach the
shore, given that currents and winds exist? Think of Melody (yoo hoo,
Mel), hearing what was being conveyed for who knows how many times,
and then one day, she realizes it as if it had come from within, and
now she owns it. What's going on there?
> I do believe within communication is the delicate dance of life,
> that can become the greatest form of encouraging integration
> for peace.
Your love and fascination with words has been noted.
> Thanks for the thread, both of you.
Thanks for the letter, all of you. :)