Lipton’s Journal/February 21, 1955/627
Over and over I come to discover that words which are spelled differently but mean the same thing, are indeed the same words. Words which sound alike are sibling in meaning. Elect which is eee-lect. Also delectable—lect and licked. The sex denyer can stand great hardships—it is what he has denied sex for. The sex-expresser—at least in society—is capable of brilliance, insight, and warm intensity.