Interpersonal relationships are primarily composed of moments and of conversations. Moments are the things that we remember: the quiet looks to interpret or misinterpret, the smiles to analyze repeatedly later, the indescribable emotions contained within a touch or gesture. Moments are the things that pester and persist, because though thousands of words are devoted to conversational explanation, it’s the moments that we trust. They are the things that you can see in your mind all those years later, when the conversations have faded into an oblivion of millions and millions of words.

 - Jules (Jewels5)