"You Are The Best Friend I've Ever Had!"

Words have meanings.

Words are placed together to make sentences that convey a message.

The words used in that sentence are chosen to convey a particular meaning.

To choose particular words and to place those particular words in a very specific order is an definite act of the will.

For one, then, to state that a sentence one has carefully crafted has a meaning that is completely different from the meaning conveyed by the words one has chosen is disingenuous and ridiculous.

Or for one to use certain words indiscriminately is foolish and causes trouble.

Don't use "love", "best friend", "forever", "always", and the like if one does not mean them. As Proverbs 25:27 teaches, "It is not good to eat much honey, so be sparing of complimentary words."

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