The Knot. . .
We likely know the significance of the knot. The fastening of it can bring fascinating results. When observed in the form of a necktie, it can be a statement that makes an impression.
Or a knot can be a mess - think of tangled hair - total disarray. Maybe even disaster. Another interpretation of the word can bring a knot to ones stomach. Spliced, twisted and all sorts of unpleasant feelings can also be a part of the visual a mind might imagine.
But I wonder if the power of a knot may be found in the letter “K”. After all that “K” is silent as are other words that we use everyday but do they receive the proper credit? There is a certain power in its silence.
Knives are certainly important - utensil-wise but do they have the cutting edge in the world beyond flatware? What about knapsacks, knitting and the various knobs we encounter throughout our day?
And we can’t(or shouldn’t) forget knees and especially knee-slapping experiences but you likely know(or knew) that. Go ahead and share
your knowledge especially when it is gained from the school of hard knocks or knock-knock jokes. Whether you self-identify as a knight or a knave, I am always impressed by those who have a knack for this. As for knuckle sandwiches, I think I'll pass.
And remember the silent ones can have much influence. In words and in other parts of life.
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