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To liberate words means first to shatter their function as vehicles of idea, memory, hope, or regret
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"To liberate words means first to shatter their function as vehicles of idea, memory, hope, or regret"

- Thomas Harrison

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This quote by Thomas Harrison talks to the power of words and how they can be utilized to convey concepts, memories, hopes, and regrets. He suggests that in order to liberate words, we should first break down their standard functions. This might imply utilizing words in a new and creative method, or utilizing them to express something that is not usually related to them. By liberating words, we can develop brand-new meanings and open brand-new possibilities for interaction. We can likewise use words to express our own special point of views and experiences. By liberating words, we can produce a more diverse and inclusive language that can be used to express a range of concepts and feelings. Eventually, liberating words can assist us to much better understand and appreciate the power of language.

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