Words suck sometimes.
Words are clearly the basis of what I do-- I'm a talk therapist. That's the currency of my career.
But words serve us best as a window. Words build a portal through which we can experience something. Words are the water cracker to cavier, the hallway to the great sanctuary.
Finding the right ones is easier said than done. So easy that it can become a habit we don't question. And the habitual use of words can be a blockade against experience.
Choose your words on purpose, even if your choices suck sometimes.