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For years I spent time studying the English roots in the dictionary, although it wasn't until more recently I began to think more about the relationship between the verb and noun to find their reference lacking clarification. They sit at the root of our discourse and division related to group think.
First, try to understand the truth, they are not really speech labels but have been made labels as necessary for creating syntax, and to make sense; they must take on the essence of nouns in order to function in understanding. There are many verbs that are not verbs, they are actually nouns. There are even more nouns that are not nouns, they are actually verbs. This must be so, or logic is notwithstanding, for example, is peace really a noun, not really.
In order to write a sentence, peace will become a noun, because of syntax alone. The verb and noun are many things, here are a few examples to get your minds to begin wrapping around them so to speak. The verb and noun are two senses, touch and taste, they are liberal and conservative, they are time and space, they are the universe and the star, they are Daniel Kahneman's system 2 and system 1, they are Democrats and Republicans, and the list goes on.
This must be true or they could not be what they are. In Mandarin, they are in your face from the beginning. In this case, they are called signs or symbols, your choice. There are many speech labels, mostly associating syntax alone. The adjective is somewhat different in that it represents how the verb and noun must relate. Look at any list of adjective and you know what this means because you can easily feel it if you think about it.
For this reason, the root list associated with the adjective is quite unique.
Here it is reanimated from the American Heritage Dictionary Appendix.
1. 28-abject-adjacent-adjective-amice-catheter-conjecture-deject-diesis-ejaculate-eject-enema-gist-inject-interject-jacittation-jess-jet-joist-object-paresis-parget-project-reject-subjacent-subject-superjacent-synesis-traject-et-yē- To throw [Pokorny iē- 502, depot]
There are 28 English words that associate this relationship between the verb and noun. It seems obvious doesn't it?
There are many more associations that are not syntactically referenced. That would be thousands.
This root is listed under the letter Y, a letter that was created not that long ago when English was adapted and institutionalized.
We have forgotten their significance because they have become other things unknowingly.
Is it possible to become a verb person. According to the world we live in, it seems so. Imagine a group of people who want to control the interpretation of the verb, and it may get loony. How did the universe begin, it was ejected they say.
Why not consider that our interpretation and ability to interpret are part of the actual beginning and that keeps happening. If we could trace the first instance of this, that would be when it all began I suppose. At some point in time it as assumed, a relationship between the verb and noun began, and that is the beginning.
It makes more sense to consider their true meanings and importance than to try to become one of them. I don't really think it is possible to just be one of them, as they are forever intertwined. However, they have separated so that navigation can occur, and skills can be made. Knowledge is not necessarily what you know, but what you are willing to question, and questionable is an adjective.
I questioned the English language and it's basis associated with the five senses, knowing it seems that these senses were primary in its making, but learning this took many years. Most writers will reference the five senses as electrical signals associating the brain, these are called sensations and part of the matrix. The actual five senses have a much deeper story to tell, there are roots that group into five that represent their abilities that have been ambulated.
If we imagine having the power of relationship between the verb and noun that is collectively possessed, it would be called the Internet. This is thinking of it in terms that are more truthfully represented, and it is this direct relationship between them that is now manifest.
This is having a direct effect on our ability to understand them and how they are abused. This is now coming to a head it would seem, and I would argue at least some that this is the reason why, but it is helped by the euphemisms that are created about their relationship such as the deep state, that exposes what can happen to that relationship.
In the world in which we live, their is no escape from them. Those who attempt to control them are always eventually exposed with a platform that openly allows people to continually learn using them. If you think that by being only one of them, you are somehow safe, you are mistaken.
The reference that they are left and right is not the proper navigation. How can the stars be left of the universe, or the universe right of the stars. It makes no sense. Sense must be made. Sense is made, just look at the Internet. You see it, and feel it, even if alternatively.
We constantly seek it, it is thought common and a proper navigation of the relationship. Verbies (libtards) despise it as now being exposed.
They seemingly want to control the relationship to keep a status quo about it. They also would like to keep the associated groups arguing with each other without looking deeper. The left argues against the supernatural without realizing that quantum science has already proven it.
In reality, the argument is within our own minds, not really against other people which might be called a reflection of the problem. Can the world be destroyed in this relationship? If we could stop the partisanship maybe not, otherwise, it most definitely could be based on our ignoramuses and those who possess us. The battle is on to save the world, but that battle is with the journalists who actually care about the true relationship whether they realize the essence or not, but they must realize it even if they don't admit it overtly.
The looniness of the ideologues to control something that really cannot be controlled ever, but can only serve as a method of learning and growth if left open, leads to their own self-destruction and exposure because that is the nature of it. The Internet may seem like a machine, but its true nature is much more obvious to those who understand our nature is being released upon the world. Both good and bad become exposed.
Those who expose the most truth are obviously those who are most hated by those who wish to control what is happening either based on their excessive benefits and abuse, and or their insanity.