On Being Divided by Zero

There is something to be said for saying what there is to be said.

The value may be constant, or at least known.

There is something to be said for saying what you want to say.

The value is unknown, but can be arrived at by addition, subtraction, and division; multiplication does not apply to figuring out the value and will only distance the value from being discovered.

When was the last time you said exactly what you wanted to say?

X (0) = 0
Where X = Times You Said Exactly What You Wanted

or X = You
or
 X = Me

When was the last time exactly what you wanted to say was correct to say and you said it?

XY (0) = 0
Where X = What You Wanted to Say

and Y = Validity

When was the last time exactly what you wanted to say did not know how to present itself?

XY / Z = 0
Where X = What You Wanted to Say
and
 Y = Validity
and
Z = The Coordinates of Your Half of the Conversation

If two people start a conversation at the same time, and one is going to ask for forgiveness and the other is going to ask to be heard, do they intersect each other at a positive or a negative value in the other's life?

XY (You - Me) / 0 = ERROR
Where X = What You Wanted to Say
and
 Y = Validity
and You - Me = You're Fine, I'm Fine, We're Fine