IshNavaya wrote: I understand things best when words chase meaning into non-being.
IshNavaya wrote:I just meant that, sometimes, I think about how words are just signifiers for the ideas that we wish to communicate. Without clarifying intent and redefining terms adequately, things can become confusing. I used the word non-being because it adequately expresses the point at which the words themselves do not matter. The meaning behind the words can be understood in many ways, I think. I process words into a myriad of emotions and pictures, so the words enter a state of irrelevance. Does that make any sense at all? Sorry if I just completely confused you.
Just a crack-brained notion I like to consider. It could all be complete rubbish, though.
Words, words, words...
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