We exchange complex thoughts and ideas with one another, whether it be spoken aloud or written in ink; it’s also through language that we’re able to trigger emotions, imagination, and action. Linguistic relativity thesis, which says that the language you speak broadly affects or even determines the way you experience the world, from the way you perceive it, to the way you categorize it, to the way you cognize it is an interesting theory.
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“I guess the only time most people think about injustice is when it happens to them.” ~ Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye
One day, Jizo received one of Hofuku’s disciples and asked him, “How does your teacher instruct you?” “My teacher instructs me to shut my eyes and see no evil thing; to cover my ears and hear no evil sound; to stop my mind-activities and form no wrong ideas,” the monk replied. “I do not ask you to shut your eyes,” Jizo said, “but you do not see a thing. I do not ask you to cover your ears, but you do not hear a sound. I do not ask you to cease your mind-activities, but you do not form any idea at all.
People are not encouraged to think. Mass programming is in effect all over the world. You are taught what to think, and you pay a good amount of money for this experience.
Albert Einstein said, “Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.”
When the sun rises, it rises for everyone. ~ Cuban Proverb
“For thousands hacking at the branches there is one striking the root.” ~ Henry David Thoreau