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I can't even....
Tongue cannot utter and words cannot express, nor can the heart of man conceive what the good God has prepared for those who love him.
I cannot speak enough of this content / It stops me here; it is too much of joy. — Shakespeare, Othello 2.1.196-97
From Ancient Greek ἀδυνατον (adunaton, “an impossibility, impracticality”), from α- (a-, “without”) + δύναμαι (dúnamai, “I am powerful, I am able”)
adynaton (plural adynata or adynatons)
- (rhetoric) A form of hyperbole that uses exaggeration so magnified as to express impossibility.
- (rhetoric) The expression of impossibility of expression.