Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Language is dualistic.

Language is designed and developed around the idea of the separate individual. It goes on to reinforce this belief. The idea of individuality gradually gains strength and inhibits the use of language in describing non-duality. Our developing brains are hard wired with language, which makes the search for meaning all the more difficult, as every attempt at describing what we actually are is thwarted by the dualistic language we use to describe it.


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