The wordless look/exchange shared by two people who both want to initiate something, but are reluctant to do so.
Gigil (Tagalog / Filipino) The gritting-of-teeth urge to pinch or squeeze something that is unbearably cute.
Hiraeth (Welsh) Feeling of missing a time, an era, or a person, including homesickness for what may not exist any longer.
Translation of the text in the next block:
"According to an old Japanese belief that I still share, sewing stitches have magical power.
In Japan I learned about the existence of prayer cloth.
I realized that sewing is a spiritual act.
The clothes that my mother made for me when I was a little girl always covered me with her big love, and the stitches on their backs protected me against anxiety and fear."
— Reiko Koga