“Words are thoughts in action” Kobna Holdbrook Smith
“Logos is a son, then, a son that would be destroyed in his very presence without the present attendance of his father” Derrida.
“In contrast to writing, living logos is alive in that it has a living father (whereas the orphan is already half dead), a father that is present, standing near it, behind it, within it, sustaining it with his rectitude, attending it in person in his own name” Derrida
How well do you own what you say? Sustaining it, nurturing it, living it?