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Sometimes non-verbal communication is the most precious and understanding way of communicating with other people There are so many different ways of telling a person whats on your mind and what your needs are as a personality figureIn The Professional Matilda was a very intelligent girl with excessive amounts of charisma to offer anyone who needed it On the other hand there was the hitman who lacked life in his personality but had so much love deep inside of him to spill These attributes about each other is what formed the basis of their relationship Matilda was in need of protection at first and then Leon became the friendfather figure for Matilda It was almost as if Leon only had a speck of love and caring left in his lifeless heart and when he used it on Matilda by letting her in his apartment Matilda took that speck and opened it up for the rest of the love to be poured out The strong points about Matilda such as that young heart which portrayed fun aspects was exactly what Matilda needed to get through to Leon Her social awareness and ability to talk to strangers was also a good learning experience for Leon to improve his communication skills Leon on the other hand gave Matilda inner strength that enabled her to be a very strong-hearted woman I say woman because that is what she became after the training process and at the very end after Leon gave his life for hers she enrolled her self back into the Spencer Private school That is the result of Leons impact he had on Matilda by giving her that strong will and power to live her life to the fullest Matilda gave Leon a sense of self worth more than just the Whitman he was she taught him how to read and how to get humorous with his life instead of being a fulltime hitman always on the
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