About Language

To interpret the ingenious pasta image in a metaphorical, symbolic way: Sometimes a situation that seems very simple, completely is twisted by a cloaking language.
title=”Pasta” – photo by sairacaz, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com
Actually I’ve published a book via blurb, featuring some of the thoughts, comments, discussions and statements of my daily blog: fragments and feedbacks, June-2013 US $12.10

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

10 responses to “About Language

  1. like my son once said: many a good conversation lost in translation.
    I do not know who said it the first time


  2. Such a great image….iI love it Frizz!!!! I am back again, hoping to be able to participate again in your new challenge!!!! So…Read you tomorrow!!! 🙂


  3. Amy

    That is a cool pic, Frizz!


  4. That’s for sure. And I LOVE the photo.


  5. This photo is great! I especially like sairacaz’s pix with the little figures. The Swiss cheese and the funeral made me laugh out loud. 😀


  6. Very cute pic, frizz. 🙂


  7. Very creative image…as well as a creative interpretation.


  8. Amazing image…
    Understand and to be understood are the main points between human and human…
    What is to understand…? How can we understand? Do we understand correctly?
    what is to be understood…? how can we be understood? Are we being understood?

    Words help us to understand…
    Expressions, stories, thoughts,…etc. help us to understand…

    It is a long subject…. Everybody has his own language that built it by his own life, sometimes philosophically, sometimes, psychologically , sometimes…,etc.

    In all these parameters of to understand and also to be understood, not easy, you can say this is black and the other may find it white or may not understand what is black… but he has an idea about it, in his own language that never matches with yours…

    anyway… why I am talking too much this morning… sorry!

    I will prefer to listen to your guitar, dear Frizz, Thank you, love, nia


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