When words can’t

Great article to read for those who are struggling with writing or their feelings. Very articulate and well-written.

I work writing product descriptions on cremation urns and editing articles that are meant to be for those who are considering purchasing cremation urns in general My feelings that surrounded my grandfather’s death on 12/22/2013 cannot be spoken about. It is good to engage in conversation, but sometimes words are not enough and they never will be.

I can describe how painful and lovely it is to love. But I can’t tell you exactly why.

This article reminds me that images and GIFS, like on Tumblr, have become relevant. We say, “When your mom cleans your room against your will and finds something,” and then post a GIF … we respond by saying, “THIS!” Language now includes images.


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