I’m a big fan of the “debra lea” book. It’s a collection of personal essays and reflections from the founder of a company called I Can’t Tell You the Meaning of Life. I’ve personally read a little bit of the book, and I think it is a great read.
In a nutshell, the book is about the power of writing. But it is also about the power of words, and specifically writing to communicate one’s thoughts. If you are not using words to communicate, how can you expect anyone else to understand what you mean? In the book, Debra talks about the power of words and how one can get by in life without ever having to say something out loud.
So if you are not using words to communicate, how can anyone expect anyone else to understand what you mean? The only way to communicate is by using words, and they only have one way to show they understand you. So if you are not using words to communicate, you are not communicating, and you have no idea what anyone else is trying to get at.
I have a friend who says she can communicate with people through her body language, but I don’t think she’s ever actually used her body language to do anything because her body language hasn’t changed at all since she was old enough to use it.
This is why the best communication is not a words you say, but rather a body language that shows you want to communicate to someone.
It’s actually a very common mistake to think that people can’t change their body language, but when you look at the huge difference in the use of body language over the course of the last century, it becomes clear that people have changed a lot. For example, in 1910 90% of the adults in the United States thought they were capable of making decisions without talking to anyone other than a parent.
In the 1960’s, the body language was one of the first things that people started to take seriously, and it was also one of the first behaviors people talked about openly. In the 1970’s things got much worse, and people started to hide their body language. This is due to the fact that people knew that having body language was the first step to being accepted in society.
Debra Lee is a young woman who is very social. She talks to everyone she meets, and she is known for flirting with men, and even getting a girlfriend. She is a very good friend to the people she is friends with, so she has some self-awareness. That is, she realizes that she is probably going to get hurt (or even killed) and that she needs to make sure that she is not alone.