It is a known fact that hollowed halls echo deeper than cluttered ones. Sound reverberates. Wafts of the echoing take on distorted or deeper resonances diluting the words into other, even ethereal meanings. Ears, the labyrinth of fractal tendons and tissue, can only interpret so far before the brain can decipher the sound. Digging out the mess of stimulation since there is no clutter to absorb the absurd sound proves that hollowness, anywhere, should be revered and anything spoken should be done so with discretion.