Now, this looks just tasteful @ivpress

I love the idea that all words are representational… Wonder if this fits:

In a section of the book titled “Tasting Words,” Beth writes powerfully and metaphorically about the ability to “taste” words, whether those that are life-affirming, sweet and appetizing (words like loving, kind, honest, beautiful, sincere, valiant) or words that are bitter and distasteful (cruel, vile, worthless, ugly, ungrateful). She leads readers through a very poignant spiritual exercise she calls “tasting forgiveness” (see video link below) that is one we all should be mindful of in any season. But as the calendar turns from Advent and Christmastide to Lent and Eastertide in the weeks ahead, her message on the taste of forgiveness is all the more penetrating, and all the more timely. (here)

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