Proverbs 25:11 King James Version (KJV)
11 A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
The scripture of design for a word from humans is “fitly” spoken. When I write about the words that do come (in my Aphasian world), they are more of a maxim.
You are probably already wondering about the word Aphasian in red. No, it is not a word. Surprise! However if you were to be diagnosed with “aphasia”, and your answers are jumbled communications, then you would understand. Many times when I speak, people will ask where I am from. The way I speak is very specific, as someone who is learning English would be. Since I have “aphasia”, I tell them I speak Aphasian, from Aphasia. Is Aphasia a real country? No, but it is a real world to those of us who have it.
Sometime ago, I wrote about “when words won’t come”. These words that don’t come are halted by the electrical part of my brain. There are times they do come, but in a very strange way. When authors write, they listen for the correct words, and then a “new” one appears, caught from the air. ( I have often wondered if the words are a static wave in the air.) The cursor on the page indicates in red, “this is not a word”. Then my reply to the cursor is; “well, it should be!”
New words happened about two years ago; while I was writing my first blog. My notebook started a new dictionary. I thought of a favorite show I watch on TV. The head of the show has a new word at the end. This word is always about “don’t do or don’t be”. Many times these words I have never heard or read. Yes, superfluously funny! I thought that I should send him a copy of my “new dictionary”. I never did though because they are made up by me. Or should I say for me? I am certainly not a Webster’s Dictionary.
I thank God though for those musical methods of His eloquence. He does have a sense of humor. My wonder is, how intelligent He is! Just think about His creation, yes, it is hard to fathom in my little brain. Yet, when I pray for His answer, He is most comical with my new words.
I learned He still creates! He creates new words! At least to me He does. It is like a game. Yes, He likes to play with us too! After all, He is our Constant Companion. Picture this, the three of them, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as they paint the picture of all the creation. Do you think they had fun? Perhaps the enjoyment caused their laughter through the beauty of it all. What we are told is by the seventh day, they were tired, and they needed to rest.
I think I hear my reader, wanting me to share the words that do come. Here are just a few to entice you, perhaps I will write a dictionary some day.
Starstruck – meaning “enlightened”
Twinnage – meaning “double trouble”
Servancey – meaning “to serve in free will instead of slavery”
Prayable – meaning “something that needs prayer”
So, there they are. Do they sound as savory to you as they do to me? Try saying them in a sentence, listen to the flow of the words.
“I was starstruck watching the twinkled light gliding across the sky.”
It is artwork, is it not? I am picturing the moments when we see falling stars. Those stars are usually not there, but when they are, what a glow.
Just a thought, perhaps you could also pray for God’s newest creation to see. Yes, it is magical.