“… words, by their nature, are lent, and lend themselves. As it often happens, the people we work with or we meet, bring words that are lent to us, and that lend themselves to say something of what they express.
The wonder of the words is that, in the passage from one speaker to another, everyone appropriates it.
I am fascinated by the double nature of words, their arrival as a loan of the thoughts and emotions of those who speak to me, and at the same time their being returned to give voice to an internal world with its play, thoughts, seductions, reflections.
It is words and language that open up the mystery of what happens and how the relationship we have with the other is structured. Words tell stories, speak to us, and raise a veil over the person who places himself or herself in front of the other.
Each word tells a story…”
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