The ability to project ourselves through the voice beyond the limits of our bodies is the indispensable condition for mutual discovery, to discover the other. From our experience to the open space where others are experiencing life. In this sense to be voiceless does not mean to be silent, cause there is silence only when we can talk. Voiceless means not to belive in the existance of the other, remove him or her from life and experience the disintegration of all possibilities, including silence.