Beautiful Silence

silence_0When you love someone, it is most likely that you would want to constantly be in touch with that person, and the most common way to do this is by talking, or texting one another. I am not saying that you should not do these things, on the contrary, it allows you to know more about each other and develop a strong bond between you two.

However, what do you do when you don’t know what to talk about?

It can happen that you run out of things to talk, whether you have already said a lot of stuff or when a bad thing happens. In most cases, people then start talking about random stuff and it can sometimes make the other person get bored or annoyed as there is no real conversation going on. That is where the “silence” part comes in.

Being silent in a conversation might sound strange; when people are silent, it often means that they are either angry or annoyed or even bored. However, in the right occasions, being silent can be quite appreciated. For example, when you do not know what to talk about, staying silent can allow the other person to get some freedom to do his or her things and after some time, the conversation will get going between you two.You can then ask what they have been doing, or how they are right now.

Staying silent can also allow you to reflect on your relationship with that person. Is it too hard not to talk to each other? If so, you will immediately realise how much that person counts for you and you will appreciate all the time spent with him/her.

So, take some time off your conversations and stay silent while thinking about your partner.

~signing off~

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3 thoughts on “Beautiful Silence

  1. I just had a conversation with a friend last night about the importance of silence. In general, we need to take time to stay silent and take in our surroundings rather than filling them with what ends up being useless chatter because we are uncomfortable with silence. I support being comfortable in silence. It is a time for reflection and to provide undivided attention to another 🙂

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  2. Haha. I totally get it. Now that I have finally stumbled into a relationship this really really makes sense. More often than not, it’s boring and monotonous. So we’ve accepted that, and understood that we have nothing in common and we might just learn to live with that. 😛
    But, I do think about her. In silence yes. 🙂

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