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Words comprise the energy of thoughts. Words spoken are sounds of vibrations that have meaning. Communication of these sounds to another brings awareness. Interpretations follow awareness which yield or derive understanding. Understanding yields meanings or perceptions which give rise to feelings or energy of thoughts. Perceptions are not truth, but only analytical illusions in the shadows of truth.

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Words never accurately capture nor thoroughly express the intent of their bearer's original thoughts. Words are built-in limitations that prohibit and unintentionally create barriers to understanding. A name is not what is named. Once something is named, its true nature is not really known.

Words are the visible form of an invisible intangible. They bring form into being out of the infinite and formless, dimensionless realm of the world of thoughts and the imaginary such as one sees only the outer skin and not the inner core of soul that lies hidden behind the painted grin.

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As soon as thoughts have been preserved by words, the original thought is necessarily limited and restricted, bounded even diluted by their usage. Such it is with language, written or spoken, which has never been an accurate tool to convey exact thoughts--only creative imitations.

When in our youth, sometimes, the words or teachings heard from older people don't become real for us until our later years in life.

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What are words but more vibrations of intent--Manifested conveyances of organized energy--that serve to represent or imitate, but can never be exactly or duplicate the original.

Words, once spoken, only exist as long as they are being produced. For they vanish into the elusive ether only to be absorbed by other vibrations.

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Words can teach, entertain, invite, hurt, persuade, deceive, arouse, excite and basically stimulate others to reaction--action or no action. Therefore, words can evoke the illusion of power.

Power in language is used as a force in establishing positions of dominance and authority. From whatever their origin, the mouth, a sign, papers, etc., their source becomes the authority. But his is perceived power, not real power or reality. The reply or response to words is also based upon one's perception.

In seeking truth, words can often symbolize truth, but are not truth themselves. Wisdom is not spoken or written, but understood and exampled. Words carry information, not wisdom. Truth, therefore, is concealed with the framework of words, hidden in the warp and weft of the fabric of mankind's expression and interpretation--Mysteriously secluded somewhere between the fibers and patterns interwoven in the garment of life.

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