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Understand, Without The Need to Talk

Something that is a language spoken by the tongue.

Understand, without the need to talk

Communication needs to be an expression uttered by the tongue, something that is a language spoken by the tongue.

Formal language can be learned through training, courses, or school, and can be studied manually by yourself.

Language can be understood by using a dictionary, using the interpreter, or use a special translator.

Such, English is the common language, a language of instruction in the international world, and became the language of business.

English became the language of everyday life, and being in the habit of saying it, a habit of using words, although not used optimally.

This means that the language is very easy to understand, according to environmental conditions, because the environment greatly affect the use of language.

If you are in Thailand, or are in china, or are in German, or in malasia, language affects one’s personal psychology.

However, it can be understood in a textual language, language can be understood through symbols, which is important is the “heart language”.

Language of the heart, can not be fooled, do not be fooled, because the language of the heart is the language that was born through the expression of the soul.

Language of the heart, not always expressed, could form the heart language of the soul cues, body cues, cue the eye, or face gaze cue. “Understanding the language of the heart, will give a very deep understanding”.

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  1. Kharla Jolly

    On February 7, 2012 at 3:02 pm

    Thankyou, for this article, about language, which is very well written. The heart speaks loudly, even when ones mouth is completely closed. Kindness is without price and no amount of money can have greater value. ‘Mom’

  2. avissado

    On February 7, 2012 at 3:05 pm

    in the silences of my soul there lies the sweetest music ever heard! great share

  3. FX777222999

    On February 7, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    Silence is the language of my heart.

  4. Martin Kloess

    On February 7, 2012 at 5:38 pm

    I have recently lost the ability to talk. people (including doctors) don’t have time to listen

  5. sheilanewton

    On February 7, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Interesting take on language. I liked this a lot.

  6. Tiki33

    On March 19, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    Interesting and informative article. Thanks for the share!

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