I love the word “mamihlapinatapai”. It’s from the Yaghan language, which is now a dead language. But it was spoken in Tierra dol Fuego, the very southernmost point of South America. I’ve never heard the word said properly, so I could be pronouncing it wrong. But the meaning is quite beautiful. It means that moment or feeling when two people both want to initiate something but neither wants to be the one to start it. It can be perhaps two tribal leaders both wanting to make peace, but neither wanting to be the one to begin it. Or it could be two people at a party wanting to approach each other and neither quite brave enough to make the first move.