Beautiful noise..?

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Wonder how the silence really sounds
sometimes we talk about roaring silence
these two “silent” photos actually had the same “background noise”
according to someone a beautiful noise

The sound of silence, both early morning cityscape and the countryside a bit south.

Silence is a source of great strength
*Lao Tzu – chinese philosopher*

Silence is a true friend who never betrays
*Confucius – chinese philosopher*

Some mean silence do betray.maybe treacherous quiet before the storm.

In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies
but the silence of our friends
*Martin Luther King, jr. – american non-violent civil rights activist*

Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence
*Leonardo da Vinci – italian polymath renaissance genius*
(painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer,
inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer)

Guess Elbert Hubbard has a point.

He who doesn’t understand your silence probably won’t understand your words
*Elbert Hubbard – american writer*

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The 10 days old but latest theme of weekly photo “Contrast
(guess WP still have a 4th july party going on ‘big smile’)

10 tanker om “Beautiful noise..?

  1. In Italy we say that the word is silver but the silence is golden! I often need moments of silence, so difficult to have it in my dayly life at home, in town, at work (with children!! 😦 ). I agree with M.L. King’s quote and E. Hubbard’s too. Very “quiet” the first picture. Have a silent sweet night Drake 😉

  2. The first photo…speaks volumes about silence :), and you really have chosen beautiful quotes. Must admit i have learned to really appreciate silence – especially being out in nature when it is and isn’ t silent at the same time. Or the comfortable silence, like a velvety butterfly – between good old friends. Or silent admiration. Or on contrary – silent anger that is about to blow up every second. So many ways of silence when I really think about it… Thank you for making my thoughts wander 🙂

    • #.ese
      So glad you enjoyed this post – I guess silence can cause problems – by being there and by not being there – I enjoy both silence and noise and wouldn’t miss one of them… 🙂

      *After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music* (Aldous Huxley)… 🙂

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