posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 08:01 PM
Each one of us has different feelings attached to individual words and/or groups of words, and/or sounds.
Some/many words in our mind we don't have any feelings for, you say it or hear it and it causes no EMOTIONAL reaction other than perhaps thinking of
a related word / image or situation.
Intonation and body language is SO important for understanding....thus communication is up to 90% NON-VERBAL. That is what is seriously lacking in
on-line communications...which is why our future is NOT e-mail, smartphones, or any other such technologies....among other reasons....but until the
power/ net grid goes off for an extended period... who will think much about that?
It is possible to remove the feelings attached to individual / groups of words in our brain - proactively, but this is a relatively advanced
technique, so I won't even bother trying to explain it online. It is something that must be shown to you -- if you are willing. Because...it is VERY
Watching the TV Series LIE TO ME is interesting....as the protagonist and his gang in an effort to detect lies forcefully confronts people and gets
them to exhibit micro-expressions or more in the face by sounding out various words or situations.
There's that saying --- "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me" -- but really, this isn't true for ANYONE,
although it will be for un-selfish BEings 2012+....as an un-selfish being will have gotten rid of the feelings attached to all words. There will be
other traits...but let's just leave it at that. Though I think I gave a clue in my first post.... ;-) Some (other) obvious things will set apart
an un-selfish being from everyone else that is currently on the planet...
** Funny, you can sue someone for defamation / libel, but you can't sue someone for offering too much pRAISE.
Our ego sures likes getting massaged. **
As for God/Jesus being perfect...that's big assumption. Who said anything about anyone being perfect...
Matthew 18...Jesus says be like a child, or wear a millstone and sink to the bottom of the well among other remarks...guess that sounds like
conditional love to me. Maybe Jesus' "sin" was love? Of course, for those who LOVE JESUS they see only perfection. What is the meaning of the word
Those who LOVE GOD -- God is perfect, only our understanding is off....
** Again, love makes us blind. Since the definition of God for many is so abstract...say WHO IS GOD? :-)
Who LOVES chocolate? Beer? Pizza? A JUICY hamburger? Of course, maybe one doesn't like it making us too fat or giving us pimples,indigestion,
etc...I guess that's conditional. But at that very moment we bite into it -- we don' t think about it, just the pleasure.
Even the definition for "authentic un-conditional love" or "un-selfish being" will vary...so any word per se is problematic. But my definition
for "un-selfish being"....one will just have to experience that in person.
I'm not 100% sure on what it means either, because I ain't there yet....but I'm getting close... ;-) but it's just my "hot air" until
To the poster who talks about a code in our words...I read through a little bit of that thread....and I'll say yes there is a code. But, I wouldn't
necessarily agree with the analysis...I say necessarily because I didn't spend too much time..., because I'm getting tired of deconstructing
words/sounds the last few years over here. Right off the bat from ur first post I would disagree with the method used.....meaning I would disagree
with the resulting analysis.
....before deconstructing our words...it might be helpful to learn more about how sounds change across languages / regions. Like this:
eSCUELa --> esCUELa
First example is word for storm in English and Spanish. Notice how in English an 'S' sound has been added.
In Spanish the -enta suffix has been added. But they have the same root.
In the 2nd example...the word for school in Spanish-English-French....Spanish tends to add extra vowels the 'e' and a'. And also has the optional
's'. In English we see the optional 's' again. In French a vowel added, but only on the front.The word for school is the same in EVERY single
(If not almost every) national European language. The root sound is equivalent to "COLE / COOL / QUELL" (Doing my best job to transliterate the
CAT - GATo.....so C is equivalent to G. And an optional vowel 'o' in the Spanish version of cat.
miLagRo - Spanish
miRacLe - English
Some people have trouble pronouncing 'R' some 'L' -- thus you have two distinct spellings...some linguists think it is an Asian vs Western
thing...but that would be. not deep enough analysis...
There is a website which you can see very quickly the spellings (And in some cases hear the pronunciation) of a single word for many languages at a
glance....but I forget the weblink.