Someone told me recently that I use words. It sounded like an accusation of my deliberate effort to confuse; it is the opposite. My words are trying to clarify meaning and express my ideas, feelings, and emotions. Words are one of the important ways we try to communicate with each other. Using the wrong ones can create misunderstandings.
My Facebook page is brimming with posts others share using pictures and quotes from someone who said it better. The post might be to amuse or it might be some good advice or it might be some in-your-face statement about who you are or it might be a very sentimental statement about your beliefs.
There is always someone who says it better. That is my goal in choosing words—to say it better, to say it in a way that you understand something about me and can share my feelings, whether you agree or disagree.