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A sentient being who wishs to communicate will not enter anything in the following two fields:

The singer alone does not make a song, there has to be one who hears […]
Only when waves fall on the shore do they make a harmonious sound;
Only when breezes shake the woods do we hear a rustling in the leaves.
Only from a marriage of two forces does music arise in the world.
Where there is no love, where listeners are dumb, there never can be song.

Rabindranath Tagore (1910). Broken Song.

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