Thank Hands; they are a whole lot more useful and needed than we think they are. Your hands don't get to just get a grasp of an object or another's hands - you are able to get a grasp of much more. I didn't mean for you to literally hold an object or your lover's hands just to comprehend them (only if you wish); it is the hand gestures that portrays more than just actions and movements. Sometimes our bodily structures don't seem just physical huh?
I'm not much of an observer as much as I try to be occasionally, or I'm never really good at making presumptions pertaining people by looking at or observing their behavior or gestures. I've been talking to a few friends over hours of Skype sessions lately. Being far from home and from them, I can't really do anything but to ask them What's up, to listen and to share - to offer a helping hand. Hands and their gestures may tell you much and help you perceive much, but when we're the ones observing, we have no power to do much. Whether a helping hand may seem helpful or helpless, I thought if to offer a helping hand is the most I could do, then offer I will. If someone does the same to me, I will make it a habit to thank them. We may never truly know if a person is sincere or not, but if the most they can do is to offer help, the least we could do is to appreciate their offer.
A Sunday night song for your Sunday nights. Last Dinosaurs wohooo