Miscommunicating Confusion


“But how can I explain, how can I explain to you?
You will understand less after I have explained it.”
— T.S. Eliot


Communication between people is at best a tricky business at the best of times. When our emotions flare up it becomes near impossible. We hear things that the other person didn’t intend and what we intended to say gets garbled and comes out sideways. More sincere love may have been expressed with the words, “I hate you.” then were ever expressed with its corollary (I don’t say opposite because hate is a form of love not its opposite and that is the topic of a much longer blog entry). Yet still, how do we explain ourselves to others when we are working our feelings out for ourselves? Chances are what we’ll communicate is our own confusion and many of us are all too good at that.
Blessings, G


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Extradimensional MallardExtradimensional Mallard by G A Rosenberg


AndrealphusAndrealphus by G A Rosenberg


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