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I am a believer of the true Buddhism, which was established by Nichiren Daishonin roughly 800 years ago in the feudal Japan. This Buddhism emphasizes on achieving security of human living spaces, bettering of individuals, and then virtue of all elements, shared by the first and the second objects. According to this religion, particularly human voice is one of the most important resources to accomplish those tasks, in which struggles for developments are perpetual.
I take that the voice there means every explicit communication, which can also include writing, hand languages, etc. And when ambiguous yet strong body language is all what is needed, I think the voice, mentioned in the true Buddhism, can also mean that type of strong body expressions.
Though basic of communication defines non-verbal forms as most of communication, the very same basic generally gives explicit forms as the only way to transmit specific meanings. Without specific transmission of meanings, society cannot function beyond what vague human relationships can produce. For example, if a man falls in love with a woman, who is his classmate for weeks, he may suddenly physically approach her through his body language of getting close, which most likely an expression of his romantic feeling to her to everyone in that vicinity. However, without specific expression of his love, his brave approach can even essentially become an expression that he has a determination not to exchange words with her. Regardless of that he did not mean at that time, he may eventually become to be a person, with such determination in the future. Non-verbal language is not an easy thing to be revised. Besides, the woman may have no capacity to provide cover for his short coming, especially if she is not familiar with him at all, like she does not even know an alphabetic character in any parts of his full name.
While bad explicit voices can do damaging things, such as excessively sending tons of unwelcome texts from a man to a woman as a form of harassment, good expressive voices, on the other hand, are decisive factors, at the end, to overcome counter-productiveness of silence.