Word a lot
Sometimes we word a lot where little is needed.
We describe, dissect, label and categorise. Wording it all out and creating points of reference to draw boundaries around.
At best those are guesses that are slightly off and will naturally change when more becomes known.
At worst: Static calcified points that become gravity centres. Attracting more of the same and repelling any opportunity for change.
Sometimes, we can stay with feelings for longer — leaving the words for later.