Today, I started reading a book called Conversations with God – an uncommon dialogue by Neale Donald Walsh. For three years he asked questions of God and then let his hand write down the answers as if he was taking dictation.
The first question he asked was “How does God talk, and to whom. This answer followed.
I talk to everyone. All the time. The question is not to whom I talk, but who listens.
Neale then asks God to expand on this subject and God replies:
First let’s exchange the word talk with the word communicate. It’s a much better word, a much fuller, accurate one. When we try to speak to each other–Me to you, you to Me, we are immediately constricted by the unbelievable limitation of words. For this reason, I do not communicate by words alone. In fact, rarely do I do so. My most common form of communication is through feeling. Feeling is the language of the soul.
Now I know why God created Woman.