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"The communication of ideas requires a similitude of thought and language . . ." - Edward Gibbon

"I think of architecture as language, and I look within the intra-communication between architects." - Jimenez Lai

"Language can be a way of hiding your thoughts and preventing communication." - Abraham Maslow

"God doesn't need verbal language for communication." - Mary C. Neal

"NVC is founded on language and communication skills that strengthen our ability to remain human, even under trying conditions." - Marshall B. Rosenberg

"Photography has escalated almost exponentially! It is a language which covers almost every aspect of communication; factual and expressive." - Ansel Adams

"Nonverbal communication forms a social language that is in many ways richer and more fundamental than our words." - Leonard Mlodinow

"Spoken language clearly differentiates Homo sapiens from all other creatures. None but humankind produces a complex spoken language, a medium for communication and a medium for introspective reflection." - Richard Leakey

"The art of communication is the language of leadership." - James Humes

"The way I make art, the way a lot of people make art, is as an extension of language and communication, where references are incredibly important." - Shepard Fairey

"Language is material to shape and mold, not only a transparent or invisible medium for communication, business contracts, or telling stories." - Kenneth Goldsmith

"Classical music is a special taste like Greek language or pre-Columbian archeology, not a common culture of reciprocal communication and psychological shorthand." - Allan Bloom

"When language is used without true significance, it loses its purpose as a means of communication and becomes an end in itself." - Karl Jaspers

"The ultimate role of photography as a contemporary language of visual communication consists of its capacity to slow down our fast and chaotic way of reading images." - Luigi Ghirri

"Classical music is now a special taste, like the Greek language or pre-Columbian archeology, not a common culture of reciprocal communication and psychological shorthand." - Allan Bloom

"The way I make art - the way a lot of people make art - is as an extension of language and communication, where references are incredibly important." - Shepard Fairey

"Evolution teaches us the original purpose of language was to ritualize men's threats and curses, his spells to compel the gods; communication came later." - Gene Wolfe

"So much of language is unspoken. So much of language is compromised of looks and gestures and sounds that are not words. People are ignorant of the vast complexity of their own communication." - Garth Stein

"The language of digital communication is a language we don't understand in a way. People say the internet is like the Wild West in that it's lawless and we haven't worked out how to make it structured or moral." - Tom Hiddleston

"It is quite an illusion to imagine that one adjusts to reality essentially without the use of language and that language is merely an incidental means of solving specific problems of communication or reflection." - Edward Sapir

"Trust and communication is everything." - Eric Kendricks

"Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language." - Anonymous

"Art is communication spoken by man for humanity in a language raised above the everyday happening." - Mary Wigman

"Animal language is a contagious expression of mood effecting communication between social partners." - Robert Ardrey

"There's something in music which is obviously beyond language itself. It's communication in its purest form." - Matthew Bellamy

"My communication with aliens is not verbal - we speak the language of light." - Valeria Lukyanova

"Human suffering is articulated in language; communication is how we seek help, consolation, etc." - Rigoberto Gonzalez

"Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language." - Walt Disney

"A common language is a first step towards communication across cultural boundaries." - Ethan Zuckerman

"Art is a language, an instrument of knowledge, an instrument of communication." - Jean Dubuffet

"The communication of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living." - T S Eliot

"Teacher, school administrators and parents will come away from Life-Enriching Education with skills in language, communication, and ways of structuring the learning environment that support the development of autonomy and interdependence in the classroom." - Marshall B. Rosenberg

"Every day, we communicate more with our energy, body language, face and eyes. That really is what communication is, and not so much words. And it's rare that you get to explore that in a film." - Dakota Fanning

"I am fourth-generation deaf, which means everyone in my immediate family is deaf. So I grew up always having 100 percent accessibility to language and communication, which was wonderful and something so many deaf people dont have." - Shoshannah Stern

"Expression and communication in the peak-experiences tend often to become poetic, mythical, and rhapsodic, as if this were the natural kind of language to express such states of being." - Abraham Maslow

"All that has been integrated into NVC has been known for centuries about consciousness, language, communication skills, and use of power that enable us to maintain a perspective of empathy for ourselves and others, even under trying conditions." - Marshall B. Rosenberg

"But behavior in the human being is sometimes a defense, a way of concealing motives and thoughts, as language can be a way of hiding your thoughts and preventing communication." - Abraham Maslow

"I am fourth-generation deaf, which means everyone in my immediate family is deaf. So I grew up always having 100 percent accessibility to language and communication, which was wonderful and something so many deaf people don't have." - Shoshannah Stern

"The powerful notion of entropy, which comes from a very special branch of physics ... is certainly useful in the study of communication and quite helpful when applied in the theory of language." - J Robert Oppenheimer

"Music can make a difference. There is a global nature to music, which has the potential to bring all people together. Music is truly an international language, and I hope to contribute by widening communication as much as I can." - Marvin Hamlisch

"The chimpanzees taught me a lot about nonverbal communication. The big difference between them and us is that they don't have spoken language. Everything else is almost the same: Kissing, embracing, swaggering, shaking the fist." - Jane Goodall

"On the other hand, in a society whose communication component is becoming more prominent day by day, both as a reality and as an issue, it is clear that language assumes a new importance." - Jean-Francois Lyotard

"Mass communication communicates massively: its language lacks precise articulation and avoids demanding terms; it argues for the kind of behavior in life which will make a "good program": ethic equals showbiz." - Frederic Raphael

"Great communication depends on two simple skills-context, which attunes a leader to the same frequency as his or her audience, and delivery, which allows a leader to phrase messages in a language the audience can understand." - John C Maxwell

"When you speak in other tongues, no one understands what you're saying, because you're speaking to God. It's a direct communication between your spirit and God. You're speaking the language that only He understands." - Chris Oyakhilome

"Meaning is made in conversation, reality is created in communication, and knowledge is generated through social interaction.... Language is the vehicle through which we create our understanding of the world." - Diana Whitney

"The undoubted sign of a society well under control or in decline is that language has ceased to be a means of communication and has become instead a shield for those who master it." - John Ralston Saul

"Mass communication communicates massively: its language lacks precise articulation and avoids demanding terms; it argues for the kind of behavior in life which will make a good program : ethic equals showbiz." - Frederic Raphael

"I understood that synergistic dance between photographer and object - 'muse,' if you will, 'model,' whatever you call us. It's that silent language of communication, like being psychic with each other." - Carmen Dellorefice

"On the other hand, in a society whose communication component is becoming more prominent day by day, both as a reality and as an issue, it is clear that language assumes a new importance." - Jeanfrancois Lyotard

"Scientists attach great importance to the human capacity for spoken language. But we also have a parallel track of nonverbal communication, which may reveal more than our carefully chosen words, and sometimes be at odds with them." - Leonard Mlodinow

"In an age when other fantastically speedy, widespread media are triumphing, and running the risk of flattening all communication onto a single, homogenous surface, the function of literature is communication between things that are different simply because they are different, not blunting but even sharpening the differences between them, following the true bent of written language." - Italo Calvino

"For the social ecologist language is not "communication." It is not just "message." It is substance. It is the cement that holds humanity together. It creates community and communication. Social ecologists need not be "great" writers; but they have to be respectful writers, caring writers." - Peter Drucker

"Each of these failures for me is a failure of communication, via a mode of communication that can be violent or meant to behave violently. Butler provides a way of thinking about how language becomes an instrument of violence. And why we feel it as such." - Claudia Rankine

"For the social ecologist language is not communication. It is not just message. It is substance. It is the cement that holds humanity together. It creates community and communication....Social ecologists need not be great writers; but they have to be respectful writers, caring writers." - Peter Drucker

"Effective teamwork begins and ends with communication" - Mike Krzyzewski

"Success takes communication, collaboration and, sometimes, failure." - Jessica Alba

"While language can surely be used for communication (as can much else), communication probably has no special role in its design or evolution." - Noam Chomsky

"Between two beings there is always the barrier of words. Man has so many ears and speaks so many languages. Should it nevertheless be possible to understand one another? Is real communication possible if word and language betray us every time? Shall, in the end, only the language of tanks and guns prevail and not human reason and understanding?" - Joost Meerloo

"Lacking a shared language, emotions are perhaps our most effective means of cross-species communication. We can share our emotions, we can understand the language of feelings, and that's why we form deep and enduring social bonds with many other beings. Emotions are the glue that binds." - Marc Bekoff

"I sing only in Meronian - my own language - but there are also elements of English and Finnish languages in our songs. When we use the spiritual Meronian language, the word 'international' doesn't do justice to our band. This kind of psychic language's means of communication can reach galaxies beyond our planet, not to mention the other living and inanimate entities of our own planet." - Jussi Lehtisalo

"No one can create a noteworthy work without knowing the tenets of their own language and literature. Language is renewed but it never changes its essence, because the contracts that have come about over time for communication cannot be rescinded so easily." - Simin Behbahani

"A second person that's come to my life very recently, and I'm thankful for it, is Marshall Rosenberg, the founder of the Nonviolent Communication Organization. He has all these books about how we can use our language nonviolently to help create peace. He's using a lot of Buddhism too, but he's helping me to think about language." - Sandra Cisneros

"The internet is changing all forms of communication, and this definitely includes political communication." - Theresa May

"Understanding comes through communication, and through communication we find the way to peace." - Ralph C. Smedley

"Man's command of the language is most important. Next to kissing, it's the most exciting form of communication." - Oren Arnold

"Language is a poor enough means of communication as it is. So we should use all the words we have." - Caitlin R. Kiernan

"I come from a tradition - from the Jewish tradition, which believes in words, in language, in communication." - Elie Wiesel

"Content is built on communication. You can't learn anything if you haven't learned how to understand language, or to read." - Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

"As far as nonviolence and Spiritual Activism, Marshall Rosenberg is it! Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, is essential reading for anyone who wants to improve their communication skills. Applying the concepts within the book will help guide the reader towards a more loving, compassionate, and nonviolent way of understanding and functioning with others, and foster more compassion in the world. I highly recommend this book." - Marianne Williamson

"Ideology and communication more often than not run into each other rather than complement each other. Principle and communication work together. Ideology and communication often work apart." - Frank Luntz

"One of the lessons of 9/11 and (Hurricane) Katrina was 'communication, communication, communication, .. We don't want to have to say 'should have, could have, would have.'." - Mufi Hannemann

"I never taught language for the purpose of teaching it; but invariably used language as a medium for the communication of thought; thus the learning of language was coincident with the acquisition of knowledge." - Anne Sullivan Macy

"Will we allow the decline of our language-the language of Shakespeare, Shaw and Steinbeck? Will we abuse our precious gift of communication? Will we bite our mother tongue with the teeth of indifference, crushing the taste buds of clarity and, without prompt application of the antiseptic of education, causing the gangrene of strained metaphors? Stand up, America, and let me hear your answer: Ain't no way, dude!" - Mike Nichols

"The extraordinary language of Nonviolent Communication is changing how parents relate to children, teachers to students, and how we all related to each other and even to ourselves. It is precise, disciplined, and enormously compassionate. Most important, once we study NVC we can't ignore the potential for transformation that lies in any difficult relationship - if we only bother to communicate with skill and empathy." - Bernie Glassman

"The ABCs are attitude, behavior and communication skills." - Gerald Chertavian

"Spiritual knowledge improves intuitive ability, innovative ability and communication." - Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

"Good communication is the bridge between confusion and clarity." - Nat Turner

"Respect for people is the cornerstone of communication and networking." - Susan RoAne

"Persuasive communication involves enthusiasm, animation, audience participation, authenticity and spontaneity." - John C Maxwell

"The difference between mere management and leadership is communication." - Winston Churchill

"Stories are the most primitive and purest form of communication." - Blake Mycoskie

"Communication is the key to education, understanding and peace." - James Bryce

"The ABC's are attitude, behavior and communication skills." - Gerald Chertavian

"Music is a very personal and emotional form of communication." - Trevor Dunn

"My mother and I always had full adult communication." - Erin Gray

"Loyalty and communication are always rewarded in sports." - Cheech Marin

"Writing and cookery are just two different means of communication." - Maya Angelou

"A lack of communication leaves fear and doubt." - Kellan Lutz

"Language is not made to be believed but to be obeyed, and to compel obedience newspapers, news, proceed by redundancy, in that they tell us what we "must" think, retain, expect, etc. language is neither informational nor communicational. It is not the communication of information but something quite different: the transmission of order-words, either from one statement to another or within each statement, insofar as each statement accomplishes an act and the act is accomplished in the statement" - Gilles Deleuze

"Language is not made to be believed but to be obeyed, and to compel obedience newspapers, news, proceed by redundancy, in that they tell us what we 'must' think, retain, expect, etc. language is neither informational nor communicational. It is not the communication of information but something quite different: the transmission of order-words, either from one statement to another or within each statement, insofar as each statement accomplishes an act and the act is accomplished in the statement" - Gilles Deleuze

"In Nonviolent Communication you will find an amazingly effective language for saying what's on your mind and in your heart. Like so many essential and elegant systems, it's simple on the surface, challenging to use in the heat of the moment and powerful in its results." - Vicki Robin

"I thought clarity of communication was the most important thing in writing, and if you really cared about getting your idea across, you would say it in the most straightforward way possible. Later, in college and grad school, I came to realize that language is a technology like any other, and that it's always evolving - clarity of expression is always evolving." - Elif Batuman

"My God! The English language is a form of communication! Conversation isn't just crossfire where you shoot and get shot at! Where you've got to duck for your life and aim to kill! Words aren't only bombs and bullets - no, they're little gifts, containing meanings!" - Philip Roth

"How can I teach my boys the value and beauty of language and thus communication when the President himself reads westerns exclusively and cannot put together a simple English sentence? (John Steinbeck, in a private letter written during the Eisenhower administration)" - John Steinbeck

"My God! The English language is a form of communication! Conversation isn't just crossfire where you shoot and get shot at! Where you've got to duck for your life and aim to kill! Words aren't only bombs and bullets -no, they're little gifts, containing meanings!" - Philip Roth

"Contractions, 'U' for 'you' and the like are wonderful to make communication brief and efficient - but we wouldn't want all our talk to be only brief and efficient. Taking pauses out of language would be like taking the net away from a tennis game. Where would all the fun go?" - Pico Iyer

"Learn the language that they understand, and when they come upon our doorstep to talk we can talk, and they will get the point. There will be a dialog, there will be some communication, and I am quite certain that then there will be some understanding." - Malcolm X

"There is no reason to believe ... that the "essential purpose" of language is "communication". ... Language can be used to transmit information, but it also serves many other purposes: to establish relations among people, to express or clarify thought, for play, for creative mental activity, to gain understanding, and so on. In my opinion, there is no reason to accord privileged status to one or the other of these modes." - Noam Chomsky

"Language would have evolved first as an internal object, a kind of "language of thought" (LOT), with externalisation (hence communication) an ancillary process. I can't review here the strong and growing evidence to support this conclusion, but I have elsewhere. There are ample reasons why having a LOT would confer selectional advantage: the person so endowed could plan, interpret, reflect, etc., in ways denied to others." - Noam Chomsky

"I believe the principles and techniques in this book, Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, can literally change the world, but more importantly, they can change the quality of your life with your spouse, your children, your neighbors, your co-workers and everyone else you interact with. I cannot recommend it highly enough." - Jack Canfield

"Beyond the formative effects of reading on the individuals composing society, the fact that they have read the same books gives them experiences and ideas in common. These constitute a kind of shorthand of ideas which helps make communication quicker and more efficient. That is what we mean when we say figuratively of another person, We speak the same language." - Charles Scribner IV

"Art is humanity's most essential, most universal language. It is not a frill, but a necessary part of communication. The quality of civilization can be measured through its music, dance, drama, architecture, visual art and literature. We must give our children knowledge and understanding of civilization's most profound works." - Ernest L. Boyer

"What is said determines who listens and who understands. Graphic design is a language, but graphic designers are so busy worrying about the nuances - accents, punctuation and so on - that they spend little time thinking about what the words add up to. I'm interested in using our communication skills to change the way things are." - Tibor Kalman

"Since every school in India teaches English, why can't it be our link language? Why do Tamils have to study English for communication with the world and Hindi for communications within India? Do we need a big door for the big dog and a small door for the small dog? I say, let the small dog use the big door too!" - C. N. Annadurai

"What is said determines who listens and who understands. Graphic design is a language, but graphic designers are so busy worrying about the nuances - accents, punctuation and so on - that they spend little time thinking about what the words add up to. I'm interested in using our communication skills to change the way things are." - Tibor Kalman

"Poetry springs directly from our primal need and capacity for communication[Poetry] mobilizes such a concentration of devices, such an intensification of language via rhythm, syntax, image and metaphor. Reading it-the best of it-can create another, very different kind of perpetual present, an awareness that can be as ongoing in the soul as the stop-time of trauma." - Sven Birkerts

"One's ability to communicate a story visually, honestly, is a bridge of communication that transcends language because the true mark of a good film is that you can turn the sound off and watch it and have some understanding of what you're seeing." - Cheo Hodari Coker

"We are a unique ape. We have language. Other animals have systems of communication that fall far short of that. They don't have the same ability to communicate complicated conditionals and what-ifs and talk about things that are not present." - Richard Dawkins

"What I try to get beyond is playing music at people and, instead, to play music with people because audience members are constantly part of the experience. What they say in their body language, what they say in their eyes, what they sing with me... it's an 'us,' and there's a communication that's like... it's like church, man." - Al Jarreau

"The marvels - of film, radio, and television - are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all." - Milton Mayer

"Not only is social life identical with communication, but all communication (and hence all genuine social life) is educative." - John Dewey

"The art of effective listening is essential to clear communication, and clear communication is necessary to management success." - James Cash Penney

"Prose-it might be speculated-is discourse; poetry ellipsis. Prose is spoken aloud; poetry overheard. The one is presumably articulate and social, a shared language, the voice of "communication"; the other is private, allusive, teasing, sly, idiosyncratic as the spider's delicate web, a kind of witchcraft unfathomable to ordinary minds." - Joyce Carol Oates

"As our larynxes descended, we were able to make sounds with our mouths in new and far more expressive ways. Verbal language soon overtook physical gesturing as the primary means of communication for all human beings except Italians. (Earth (The Book), p. 36)" - Jon Stewart

"all communication is more or less cross-cultural. We learn to use language as we grow up, and growing up in different parts of the country, having different ethnic, religious, or class backgrounds, even just being male or female - all result in different ways of talking ..." - Deborah Tannen

"Not only is the Universe aware of us, but it also communicates with us. We, in turn, are constantly in communication with the Universe through our words, thoughts, and actions. The Universe responds with events. Events are the language of the Universe. The most obvious of those events are what we call coincidence." - Chris Prentiss

"There are four different kinds of power in a communication: position power (the CEO talking to her direct reports), emotion power (passion sometimes rules the day), expertise (people often listen to the most knowledgeable person in the room), and conversational power (the subtlest, this is the ability to direct the conversation through body language)." - Nick Morgan

"A reason to have computers understand natural language is that it's an extremely effective way of communicating. What I came to realize is that the success of the communication depends on the real intelligence on the part of the listener, and that there are many other ways of communicating with a computer that can be more effective, given that it doesn't have the intelligence." - Terry Winograd

"Humans are a social species more than any other, and in order to build a community, which for some reason humans have to do in order to live, we have to solve the communication problem. Language is the tool that was invented to solve that problem." - Daniel Everett

"You don't realize how language actually interferes with communication until you don't have it, how it gets in the way like an overdominant sense. You have to pay much more attention to everything else when you can't understand the words. Once comprehension comes, so much else falls away. You then rely on their words, and words aren't always the most reliable thing." - Lily King

"I think communication starts when words are not present at all ... I think we put so much emphasis on language, actually silence is so much more important." - Marina Abramovic

"What you wear represents you to the world, especially now, when communication between people is so fast. Fashion is a universal language that everyone understands." - Miuccia Prada

"Fashions are not fashions at all but refashioning; language is not communication but reinvention. They are never in place but on display." - Dionne Brand

"Music is the greatest communication in the world. Even if people don't understand the language that you're singing in, they still know good music when they hear it." - Lou Rawls

"Language is an inadequate form of communication. If you've picked up an instrument, it's because you don't feel you are communicating sufficiently." - Stephen Stills

"Language is memory and metaphor." - Storm Jameson

"I love language, and I love the failure of language." - Nate Lowman

"The research carried out in the area of language technology is of utmost importance for the consolidation of Portuguese as a language of global communication in the information society." - Pedro Passos Coelho

"A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language." - Gaston Bachelard

"Let me just acknowlege that the function of grammar is to make language as efficent and clear and transparent as possible. But if we're all constantly correcting each other's grammar and being really snotty about it, then people stop talking because they start to be petrified that they're going to make some sort of terrible grammatical error and that's precisely the opposite of what grammar is supposed to do, which is to facilitate clear communication." - John Green

"The planet has a kind of intelligence, it can actually open a channel of communication with an individual human being. The message that nature sends is, transform your language through a synergy between electronic culture and the psychedelic imagination, a synergy between dance and idea, a synergy between understanding and intuition, and dissolve the boundaries that your culture has sanctioned between you, to become part of this Gaian supermind" - Terence Mckenna

"With actors and directors, it's a conversation that you have. You have to learn each other's language and learn how to communicate with each other effectively. It's really nice when you can have that communication on a level where they walk up to you and you can see by the expression on their face what they want. You don't even have to talk, it just like, "Got it!" And, you know what they want before they even ask for it." - Ashton Kutcher

"Let me just acknowlege that the function of grammar is to make language as efficent and clear and transparent as possible. But if we"re all constantly correcting each other's grammar and being really snotty about it, then people stop talking because they start to be petrified that they"re going to make some sort of terrible grammatical error and that's precisely the opposite of what grammar is supposed to do, which is to facilitate clear communication." - John Green

"The way I make art - the way a lot of people make art - is as an extension of language and communication, where references are incredibly important. It's about making a work that is inspired by something preexisting but changes it to have a new value and meaning that doesn't in any way take away from the original - and, in fact, might provide the original with a second life or a new audience." - Shepard Fairey

"NVC is language, thoughts, communication skills and means of influence that serve my desire to do three things: 1) to liberate myself from cultural learning that is in conflict with how I want to live my life. 2) to empower myself to connect with myself and others in a way that makes compassionate giving natural. 3) to empower myself to create structures that support compassionate giving." - Marshall B. Rosenberg

"To live in a world of photographs is to live in a world of substitutes... or so it seems, whose actual referent is always the other, the described, the reality of a world once removed. I prefer, on the other hand, to look at the photographs as something real and of my world, a strange and powerful thing... part of a language, a system of communication, an economy of signs." - Sarah Charlesworth

"What a dead thing is a clock, with its ponderous embowelments of lead and brass, its pert or solemn dullness of communication, compared with the simple altar-like structure and silent heart-language of the old sundials! It stood as the garden god of Christian gardens. Why is it almost everywhere vanished? If its business-use be superseded by more elaborate inventions, its moral uses, its beauty, might have pleaded for its continuance." - Charles Lamb

"The lesson from Hurricane Katrina was communication, communication, communication, .. Public safety has to be a priority. Then we can go to constituents and start talking about investments that have to be made in upgrading the networks." - Mufi Hannemann

"Email, instant messaging, and cell phones give us fabulous communication ability, but because we live and work in our own little worlds, that communication is totally disorganized." - Marilyn Vos Savant

"Every big company has some little guy who is an enthusiast off in the corner working on technology. In Japan, it is integrated into their high-level strategy. They see it as a communication medium, because for them, just the words&8202; - &8202;and this is the problem that they have with Americans&8202; - &8202;just the words they say to you is not the complete message. Their facial expressions, their body language, there is a lot of context. Also, their written language doesn't translate to keyboards well." - Howard Rheingold

"Teachers, parents and school administrators: Today's teachers can create a Planet of Peace. The communication process you will learn by reading Nonviolent Communication is the cornerstone." - Robert Muller

"Instant communication is not communication at all but merely a frantic, trivial, nerve-wracking bombardment of cliches, threats, fads, fashions, gibberish and advertising." - Edward Abbey

"Our lives depend on good communication. Good communication helps personal relationships, it helps bosses and employees get along better. We rely on it." - Alan Alda

"Health is a state of perfect subatomic communication and ill health is a state when communication breaks down. We become ill when our waves are out of sync." - Lynne McTaggart

"Communication does not always occur naturally, even among a tight-knit group of individuals. Communication must be taught and practiced in order to bring everyone together as one" - Mike Krzyzewski

"Relationships can't blossom unless there is meaningful communication. That's why 'supplication is the key to worship.' It is a sign of meaningful communication between God and a person." - Suhaib Webb

"The two words 'information' and 'communication' are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things. Information is giving out; communication is getting through." - Sydney J Harris

"Writing has nothing to do with communication between person and person, only with communication between different parts of a person's mind." - Rebecca West

"Tarantino and Jackson is like Scorsese and DeNiro, and their silent communication." - Walton Goggins



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