Grand PurposePosted: April 21, 2017
Concerning their coming to a consensus
It has become obvious
That each individual is quite convinced what they have in their mind is true
But are they equally certain the other has the same thing in mind?
Or that either has the proper understanding of the terms and are not of different interpretations?
Such are the challenges language gives rise to
Still, what either man experiences
That is, when they are aware or they feel
Will naturally be conveyed through language
Since it is impossible to be aware or to feel
Without knowing that you are aware or you feel
So then, when they use superfluous language
Instead of expressing pure facts which consciousness discerns
How can they even hope to recognise their own thoughts and beliefs…
If exposed to worldly ambiguities without ever searching inside the depths of soul for true insight?
Are not the unbiased beliefs of a people what make up an honest language?
The sayings of those without special interests or peculiar desire for influence, doctrine or grand purpose…
Do they not have the highest resonance?
Plain, simple terms
Heath Muchena, 2017