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AppEARance magnified by Speech

2014/05

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William ShakespEARe, one of the greatest writers of all time,

understood the relationship between

appEARance

and REAlity.

He often gave his characters two sides to their personality,

ballooning the understanding that appEARances can be deceiving.

One must listen beyond the appearance, suggests Shakespeare,

for many masquerade themselves to be what they are not.

Gatherings invite us to celebrate among many clusters of people.

As we participate among these clusters, we often

begin on appearance

and end on words.

 

One conversation may beckon on beauty and end on average.

Another may begin on proximity of personal space and end in beauty.

It’s true time and time again.

That our appEARance is magnified by our speech.

That which we are sending out into someone’s EAR amplifies

or redefines our appEARance.

A compelling wordwit: appEARance

What are your experiences?

 

 

 

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Useful Advice

2012/11

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“Pause builds audience confidence in you: USE the paUSE.”

thewordwit

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Conversations

2012/09

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OW!

O urs  W ords!

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CharACTer

2012/09

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An excUSE

is

something we USE,

when we don’t have

a good reasON

for what’s going ON.

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If…

2012/09

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What is possible

remains unknown,

“if”

we can’t

sh if t

our thinking.

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Laugh Away

2012/02

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Many people cling to the “ugh”

and because they cling to the “ugh”,

they become unavailable to laugh!

La-ugh-ter

is the greatest thing that can happen to you –

 it collapses the “ugh point of view.

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A Leap of FaITh

2012/02

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The person who takes

a   leap  of   fa IT h,

never has to explain ‘IT’

to themselves.

– thewordwit –

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Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark

2012/01

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William ShakespEARe, one of the greatest writers of all time, understood the relationship between appEARance and REAlity.  He often gave his characters two sides to their personality, ballooning the understanding that appearances can be deceiving.  One must listen beyond the immediate words, appEARance and ACTion.  Many masquerade themselves.

The holiday season and New Year gatherings invite us to celebrate among many clusters of people.  As we take part among these clusters, we often begin on appEARance and end on words.  One conversation may beckon on beauty and end on average.  Another may begin on proximity and end in beauty.  It’s true again and again.  Our appEARance is magnified by our speech.  That which we are sending out into someone’s EAR amplifies or redefines our appEARance. 

A compelling wordwit: appEARance

What were your experiences this Holiday Season?

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