79.1Posted: September 1, 2016
Is it safe to then say that because man is confident in his self-attunement – whether it be lofty or lulled; certain in the value of his endowment; and even comfortable in his constitution – there’s no chance of him having full comprehension of his kinsman’s thoughts, feelings or actions; let alone establishing a connection with another from a different culture?
He can question but cannot answer. He can remark but cannot communicate. But then again, if he is able to understand another’s adjustability to life, based on their interpretation of existence and then adapting his discourse appropriately, is he not somewhat closer to creating a common waking consciousness?
© Heath Muchena, 2016