Sunday, March 07, 2010

From Your Lips to My Heart

When human beings were formed out of apes, they started using hand signals to communicate. They used them to communicate with other human beings.

As and when they evolved they devised new ways to communicate more effectively. So communication too evolved. Human beings started writing on the walls of caves. And this saga of evolution of communication carried on.

From smoke signals, to the Bongo Drums in the Phantom comics by Lee Falk that we used to read when we were kids. From the telegraph and the Morse code to the telephones. From satellites dishes to cellphones. From satellite phones, using which you can call up anyone at any part of the world, even some of the remotest locations, using the Iridium satellite, to SETI, using which we are trying to communicate with life forms from outer space.

But for me, the best way of communication still remains the same, it's your smile. It's your so beautiful smile Ms J. It comes straight from your lips to my heart. Can there really be any other possible ways to communicate which is more effective and better than this? Can there be any other ways of communication which covers such a great distance?

8 Comment:

Julia Scissor said...

Interesting. Who is this Miss J?

Rajtilak Bhattacharjee said...

@Julia Scissor : Who is Ms J? She not a part of my life for sure. Then? Well, she is my life.

Akshay Patil said...

Just Like Hum N Tum ,

They are R n J :)

Jenna said...

I am not a romantic, but this is very nicely said :)

Web Hosting Hyderabad said...

I think the communication can be done with eyes as well.what do you say?

Priyanka Chopra said...

mmaa mia. How she is staring at me. Yes communications can be done with eyes. I think she loves me. What do you say?

Madeline said...

Smile speaks more than words. What a romantic of post you have here. Very nice.

Priyanka's Neverland said...

Beautifully crafted..

Well, I am glad we are apes..No more!

Mister R,
Ms.J is very lucky to have you!Indeed!

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