STOP AND THINK – Language becomes event when the reader is personally involved as a participant. (Charles Hummel, educator and author)
Language is more than just the assembling of words. They must be put into meaningful phrases and clauses to convey meaning. When we use language, whether speaking or hearing it, we intend to communicate with one another. When we are actually participating in the action described by our words, it is no longer just language, it is life.
The unfolding of your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple. (Psalm 119:130)