Speak: there is a time to speak and a time not to speak; Ecclesiastes 3:7. What an art! Usually we want to speak and keep the other person silent! Surely they don’t have anything to say, especially when we’re around! Swallow your pride, it won’t give you indigestion! Speak as necessary, and encourage the other to speak as they need to and you be silent then; giving them an opportunity to grow-share-speak; and you can and should be the catalyst to help them grow into GOD evermore and go on further into Glory than before they saw/heard/spoke to you that day-time; they are your responsibility; push them as far out into the Glory of GOD as you can; encouraging them to speak and give spoken words to their thoughts-birthing them in the world; and you are the one helping the birthing process; you can minister health and healing to those words-children of their mouth as need be-making them as healthy and as strong as they can and should be, to give life to those who hear them-encouraging and blessing all whose ears and hearts receive them; bring-push-pull people closer to GOD by teaching them notably by example, how to speak-what to speak– and when not to; in life; directly, subtly, openly; for words have death and life in them as shaped by the hand of your tongue (literal translation of aspects of the opening of Proverbs 18:21). Speak purely, speaking lovingly, speak with passion and intent; with GOD within that in which you flow, you speak/you don’t, you listen-you discern, you look for growth-understanding– communication that brings union through communication; speaking The Truth in Love, both through words spoken and unspoken; “him/her that speaks, speak as The Oracles of GOD” 1 Peter 4:11. Get busy and apply yourself.