“Talking is Easy, But Saying What I Mean is Hard”

Emma's Hope Book

Most of us, who have spent our lives using spoken language as a way to socialize and convey what we are thinking, do not ponder what it would be like if we could not do so.  Most of us who are able to speak do not spend time imagining what it would be like if we could speak, but what came out of our mouths did not necessarily match what was in our minds, or wasn’t what we wanted to say, or was taken to mean something else.  For those of us who speak and have little difficulty having a conversation with another it is difficult to imagine what it might be like if we could not speak at all.  We easily tune out our environment allowing us to focus on what is being said by another person.  Asking questions comes naturally, and without thinking we ask for clarification about things…

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