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Posted by Alan on June 26, 2003 01:50:26 UTC

Thinking:

What about the question of "labels"?

Why should a thing not just BE; why should it have to have a "meaning"?

A thing appears to have a context: for starters there is this context or surroundings: you MEET the item. So the first meaning is "meeting"?

Meeting in freedom? Consciousness of freedom.

There's a Beatles' song that goes: "You say goodbye, and I say hello".

The universe may be offering: "Hi" ....

"Knock and the door will be opened to you. Seek and you shall find".

Words obtain meaning from the context in which they are used.

I guess you could be talking about "context".

If everything freely asociates; meaning appears optional; things mean whatever you want them to in honesty?

-Alan

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