If you ask me this question, most times I am totally willing to tell you, so beware of that. If you want to be a part of my life, if I want to be a part of yours, then we have to communicate what’s going on in there (Bexy points mentally to her head). That’s how interpersonal relationships and support structures are made, kept and developed. Thing is, it takes more than one person to communicate effectively, it takes at least two:
Most of all it takes both sides
to swap roles
Teach hears soon
Too reach their unknown
Two each there own
and maybe I was surely just playing with similar words and expressions, not meaning anything much from it or… ?
Actually this does sound about right: Sound advice to me.
Try listening, wait for the person to calm down, as more than likely, the poor bastard is going through hell and needs to get to the peaceful place to hear anything, so please be patient.
p.s. Listening to ourselves is a loving act of equality. How can we be truly loving to others, if we don’t experience the love unto ourselves? Listening to the truth within and listening to others, this is real love.
Here’s a version of a well established rhyme:
A wise old owl lived in an oak,
The more it heard the less it spoke,
The less it spoke the more it heard,
So hey, why not be like a wise old bird?
A mega huge communication problem, is that we do not listen to understand, as more often than not, listen to reply. What will we hear today, trying to understand? Do we need to reply? Maybe just to listen and try to understand is enough.