Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Why do I feel language important?
Because Ethnolinguistics is how we perceive the world and is also perceived by it… therefore Language is intrinsic to the expression of culture. As a means of communicating values, beliefs and customs, it has an important social function and fosters a feeling of group identity and solidarity. It is the means by which culture and its traditions of shared values may be conveyed and preserved. therefore, speaking one’s natural language is an “identity” that links us to personal self-awareness because each sets their identity based on language. as it affects our thought process… Beginning with Acceptance of our culture (a linguistic identity) that will profoundly influence our lives.
Did the loss our Natural Language have a Mental Aphasia a neuropsychological cognitive disfunction upon our Spiritual cognition to Navigate through the semantics of a lost syntax, hence leaving us in a distraught function though the enslaved theory of mental despair. I would also like to make the argument that this was done by three types of theology.’ Although there have been many various subtle nuances, generically these are only the three kinds of theology that have historically affected us.
Augustinianism: A belief that holds as salvation rests on God’s grace alone. (Judaism)
Semi-Pelagianism: Teaches that salvation rests on human cooperation with God’s grace. (Islam)
Pelagianism: Which believes that salvation can be achieved without God’s grace. (Christianity)
In basic terms, virtually every church/Religion in history has fallen into one of those three categories.
Whereas Hebrews had an Oral Tradition of Law and Logic, for when Mashah went up to the Mt and spoke to Yahawah is wasn’t to bring us a Religion but LAWS that would guide us in a LOGICAL and pragmatic way of thinking.
Before you disclaim this, ask yourself again Why? Was our Language stripped away in such a profoundly violent manner, one would say it was to keep us from rebelling but rebelling against What? Slavery? So was the Enslavement Justly and correct?
Yet in today’s society one that “again” is supposed to be Free for All, I see are voices being suppressed by a Systemic Concession. How do we correct this without saying we want back Our Beliefs, Our Lives, but most of all Our Voice! For how can they destroy you if they cannot control you. Through the type of control that begins with your very own thought.
So! Is it your Own???
By Sh’tarr Yahrael