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Geo Jōshin Verge asks about language…

An enlightened language unbinds thoughts in that language...

Originally posted in reply to a post on Facebook…

Homage to buddha, dhamma, and the most noble sangha…An enlightened language unbinds thoughts in that language; for example the one hundred eight (108) currents of craving are variations of self-view thought, expressed, and acted on in word, syntax, and meaning. In another language, this set may vary due to variations in linguistic quantization of experience. So while the 108 currents of craving can cover the “color space” of pali so as to illuminate the effluence of ignorance in production of obscurational thoughts through perception’s recollections as self, the color space of of another language may not be covered clearly by the same list of 108 currents in pali.

That said, tranquility, lightness, pliancy, wieldiness, proficiency, and uprightness seems to implicitly, rather than explicitly illuminate this very speech, now written, each key press, an action, and thus leads to right livelihood all being forerun by right view in clearly seeing enduring view as exactly as suffering, clearly seeing it|[ness]less> as it is, and thus now clearly seeing (kamma) cause through (vipaka) effects of sensory impressions, and knowing cessation, and the very cause of this cessation… placement occurs…

Therefore, the narrowest of color spaces is highly beneficial in the translation between these color spaces, such is color management, yet knowing that color is of form, and form being an abbreviation inclusive of the remainder of senses. Where wisdom penetrates clearly, the gamut is so wide as to reveal widelessness, clearlessness, illuminating samsara directly beyond any doubt… seeing the flame… the ocean with its churning waves…

for what it truly is… until it is realized…for the benefit of all beings…beyond i, beyond me, beyond they, beyond we, beyond all, beyond none… stainless, blameless… is exactly samsara. emptiness is truly, beyond doubt, exactly form, [redacted].