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Coded Language
The Genius of Language


Language Acquisition Device (LAD): an innate mechanism that aids language development, through recognising grammatical structure.

Language for Communicating Systems
(LCS) A {concurrent} {SML} by Bernard Berthomieu
with {behaviours} and processes, based upon {higher order
CCS}. LCS is implemented as a {bytecode interpreter} and runs
on {Sun} {SPARC}, {SGI} {MIPS}, and {Linux}.
E-mail: Bernard Berthomieu .
Mailing list:

Language for Communicating Systems ::: (language) (LCS) A concurrent SML by Bernard Berthomieu with behaviours and processes, based upon higher order CCS. LCS is implemented as a bytecode interpreter and runs on Sun SPARC, SGI MIPS, and Linux.Latest version: 5.1, as of 2000-03-17. .E-mail: Bernard Berthomieu .Mailing list: (2000-03-28)Language for the On-Line Investigation and Transformation of

Language for Communicating Systems ::: (language) (LCS) A concurrent SML by Bernard Berthomieu with behaviours and processes, based upon higher order CCS. LCS is implemented as a bytecode interpreter and runs on Sun SPARC, SGI MIPS, and Linux.Latest version: 5.1, as of 2000-03-17. .E-mail: Bernard Berthomieu .Mailing list: (2000-03-28)

Language for the On-Line Investigation and Transformation of Abstractions
(LOLITA) An extension of the {Culler-Fried System}
for {symbolic mathematics}.
["An On- line Symbol Manipulation System", F.W. Blackwell, Proc
ACM 22nd Natl Conf, 1967].
[Sammet 1969, p. 464].

Language for the On-Line Investigation and Transformation of Abstractions ::: (language) (LOLITA) An extension of the Culler-Fried System for symbolic mathematics.[An On- line Symbol Manipulation System, F.W. Blackwell, Proc ACM 22nd Natl Conf, 1967].[Sammet 1969, p. 464].(2003-07-29)

Language, Functions of: Some utterances (a) are produced by a speaker, (b) induce effects in an interpreter, (c) are related to a certain subject-matter (which may, but in general will not, include either the speaker or interpreter). According as one or other of the relations in which the utterance stands to the several factors of such speech-situations is selected for attention, the (token) utterance may be said to have expressive, evocative and referential functions. The utterance expresses thoughts, desires, attitudes of the speaker; evokes reactions (thoughts, evaluations, tendencies to action) in the hearer; designates or refers to its reference.

Language H ::: An early business-oriented language from NCR.

Language H
An early business-oriented language from {NCR}.

Language of Science: See Scientific Empiricism II B 1. Lao Tzu: Whether the founder of Taoism (tao chia) was the same as Li Erh and Li An, whether he lived before or after Confucius, and whether the Tao Te Ching (Eng. trans.: The Canon of Reason and Virtue by P. Carus, The Way and Its Power by A. Waley, etc.) contains his teachings are controversial. According to the Shih Chi (Historical Records), he was a native of Chu (in present Honan), land of romanticism in the south, and a custodian of documents whom Confucius went to consult on rituals. Thus he might have been a priest-teacher who, by advocating the doctrine of "inaction", attempted to preserve the declining culture of his people, the suppressed people of Yin, while Confucius worked hard to promote the culture of the ruling people of Chou. -- W.T.C.

Language Of Temporal Ordering Specification
(LOTOS) A formal {specification language} based on
temporal ordering used for {protocol} specfication in {ISO}
{OSI} {standards}. It is published as ISO 8807 in 1990 and
describes the order in which events occur.
["The Formal Description Technique LOTOS", P.H.J. van Eijk et
al eds, N-H 1989].

Language Of Temporal Ordering Specification ::: (language) (LOTOS) A formal specification language based on temporal ordering used for protocol specfication in ISO OSI standards. It is published as ISO 8807 in 1990 and describes the order in which events occur.[The Formal Description Technique LOTOS, P.H.J. van Eijk et al eds, N-H 1989]. (1995-03-18)

Language, Philosophy of: Any philosophical investigation arising from study of concrete, actualized, languages, whether "living" or "dead". By "language" is here to be understood a system of signs (whether words or ideograms) used in regular modes of combination, in accordance with conventionally established rules, for the purpose of communication.

Language. See SPEECH

Language Sensitive Editor
(LSE) A {language-sensitive editor} from {DEC}.

Language Sensitive Editor ::: (LSE) A language-sensitive editor from DEC. (1995-02-15)

language ::: 1. (language, programming) programming language.2. (human language) natural language. (1998-09-07)

language acquisition: the processes by which children acquire or develop human language.

language ::: any system of formalized symbols, signs, sounds, gestures, or the like used or conceived as a means of communicating thought, emotion, etc. God-language.

language: A specific system of signs used by members of a group to communicate with each other. These signs can be verbal sounds, sign language gestures, or written markings like letters.

language-based editor
{language-sensitive editor}

language-based editor ::: language-sensitive editor

1. {programming language}.
2. {natural language}.

language code
A set of standard names and
abbreviations maintained by {ISO} for identifying human
languages, natural and invented, past and present. Each
language has a list of English and French names and an ISO
639-2 three-letter code. Some also have an ISO 639-1
two-letter code.
The list even includes the Klingon language from the Star Trek
science fiction series.
{Latest list
There are also {country codes}.

language development: the study of the acquisition of language, with emphasis on the development of four sub-systems of language ?phonology, semantics, pragmatics and tense and gender.

languaged ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Language ::: a. --> Having a language; skilled in language; -- chiefly used in composition.

language lawyer ::: A person, usually an experienced or senior software engineer, who is intimately familiar with many or most of the numerous restrictions and features (both scattered through a 200-page manual that together imply the answer to your question if only you had thought to look there.Compare wizard, legal, legalese.[Jargon File] (1995-02-15)

language lawyer
A person, usually an experienced or senior software engineer,
who is intimately familiar with many or most of the numerous
restrictions and features (both useful and esoteric)
applicable to one or more computer programming languages. A
language lawyer is distinguished by the ability to show you
the five sentences scattered through a 200-page manual that
together imply the answer to your question "if only you had
thought to look there".
Compare {wizard}, {legal}, {legalese}.
[{Jargon File}]

languageless ::: a. --> Lacking or wanting language; speechless; silent.

language ::: n. --> Any means of conveying or communicating ideas; specifically, human speech; the expression of ideas by the voice; sounds, expressive of thought, articulated by the organs of the throat and mouth.
The expression of ideas by writing, or any other instrumentality.
The forms of speech, or the methods of expressing ideas, peculiar to a particular nation.

language-sensitive editor ::: An editor that is aware of the syntactic, semantic and in some cases the structural rules of a specific programming language and provides a framework for are incrementally parsed into an abstract syntax tree and automatically checked for correctness. (1995-02-15)

language-sensitive editor
An editor that is aware of the syntactic, semantic and in some
cases the structural rules of a specific programming language
and provides a framework for the user to enter {source code}.
Programs or changes to previously stored programs are
incrementally {parsed} into an {abstract syntax tree} and
automatically checked for correctness.

languages of choice
{C} and {Lisp}. Nearly every hacker knows one of these, and
most good ones are fluent in both. Smalltalk and Prolog are
also popular in small but influential communities.
There is also a rapidly dwindling category of older hackers
with Fortran, or even assembler, as their language of choice.
They often prefer to be known as {Real Programmers}, and other
hackers consider them a bit odd (see "{The Story of Mel}").
Assembler is generally no longer considered interesting or
appropriate for anything but {HLL} implementation, {glue}, and
a few time-critical and hardware-specific uses in systems
programs. Fortran occupies a shrinking niche in scientific
Most hackers tend to frown on languages like {Pascal} and
{Ada}, which don't give them the near-total freedom considered
necessary for hacking (see {bondage-and-discipline language}),
and to regard everything even remotely connected with {COBOL}
or other traditional {card walloper} languages as a total and
unmitigated {loss}.
[{Jargon File}]

languages of choice ::: C and Lisp. Nearly every hacker knows one of these, and most good ones are fluent in both. Smalltalk and Prolog are also popular in small but influential communities.There is also a rapidly dwindling category of older hackers with Fortran, or even assembler, as their language of choice. They often prefer to be known as hardware-specific uses in systems programs. Fortran occupies a shrinking niche in scientific programming.Most hackers tend to frown on languages like Pascal and Ada, which don't give them the near-total freedom considered necessary for hacking (see connected with COBOL or other traditional card walloper languages as a total and unmitigated loss.[Jargon File]

languages to souls created at the time of Creation.

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   17 Sri Aurobindo
   5 Aleister Crowley
   4 The Mother
   3 Wikipedia
   3 Velimir Khlebnikov
   3 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 Tom Butler-Bowdon
   2 Manly P Hall
   2 Alfred Korzybski
   2 ?
   1 Yogani
   1 Thomas Keating
   1 site
   1 Saul Williams
   1 Saint Teresa of Avila
   1 Ronald Decker and Thierry Depaulis and Michael Dummett
   1 Robert Kegan
   1 Robert Greene
   1 Robert Anton Wilson
   1 Richard Stallman
   1 Richard P Feynman
   1 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
   1 Raymond Frank Piper
   1 Philip Greenspun
   1 Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger
   1 Mortimer J Adler
   1 Ken Wilber
   1 Julio Cortazar
   1 Joseph Campbell
   1 Jordan Peterson
   1 Jonathan Swift
   1 Jean Gebser
   1 James W Fowler
   1 James George Frazer
   1 Howard Gardner
   1 Guy Steele
   1 Guru Nanak
   1 Galileo Galilei
   1 Chamtrul Rinpoche
   1 Boye De Mente
   1 Bodhidharma
   1 Bertrand Russell
   1 Aswaghosha
   1 Albert Einstein
   1 Alan Perlis
   1 A E van Vogt


   10 Anonymous
   8 Rumi
   5 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   5 Paulo Coelho
   5 Adrienne Rich
   4 Seneca the Younger
   4 Roland Barthes
   4 George Herbert
   3 W H Auden
   3 Voltaire
   3 Socrates
   3 Samuel Johnson
   3 Martin Luther King Jr
   3 Margaret Atwood
   3 John Green
   3 Jodi Picoult
   3 Jeanette Winterson
   3 Ben Jonson
   2 William Shakespeare
   2 William S Burroughs

1:Go beyond language. Go beyond thought. ~ Bodhidharma,
2:The book of nature is written in the language of mathematics. ~ Galileo Galilei,
3:Perhaps the shortest and most powerful prayer in human language is help. ~ Thomas Keating,
4:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis,
5:There is nothing but quotations left for us. Our language is a system of quotations. ~ Jorge Luis Borges,
6:If you give someone Fortran, he has Fortran. If you give someone Lisp, he has any language he pleases ~ Guy Steele,
7:Scrape the surface of language, and you will behold interstellar space and the skin that encloses it. ~ Velimir Khlebnikov,
8:Things in their fundamental nature can neither be named nor explained. They cannot be expressed adequately in any form of language. ~ Aswaghosha,
9:Each language is the sign and power of the soul of the people which naturally speaks it. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Diversity in Oneness,
10:A nation, race or people which loses its language cannot live its whole life or its real life. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Diversity in Oneness,
11:Mathematics is a language plus reasoning; it is like a language plus logic. Mathematics is a tool for reasoning. ~ Richard P Feynman, The Character of Physical Law,
12:Language creates and determines thought even while it is created and determined by it. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, The Problem of Uniformity and Liberty,
13:I do not like mystical language, and yet I hardly know how to express what I mean without employing phrases that sound poetic rather than scientific.
   ~ Bertrand Russell,
14:Behind each priest, there is a demon fighting for his fall. If we have the language to criticize them, we must have twice as much to pray for them.
   ~ Saint Teresa of Avila,
15:I hardly ever talk- words seem such a waste, and they are none of them true. No one has yet invented a language from my point of view. ~ Aleister Crowley, Diary of a Drug Fiend,
16:Thought perceptions come first—language comes to express the perceptions and itself leads to fresh thoughts. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - IV, Thought and Knowledge,
17:The nearest thing Common Lisp has to a motto is the koan-like description, the programmable programming language.
   ~ ?,,
18:Mere force of language tacked on to the trick of the metrical beat does not answer the higher description of poetry. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry, Rhythm and Movement,
19:Symbolism is the language of the Mysteries. By symbols men have ever sought to communicate to each other those thoughts which transcend the limitations of language.
   ~ Manly P Hall,
20:It is not enough that the natural language should be spoken by the people; it must be the expression of its higher life and thought. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Diversity in Oneness,
21:...the German language associates "origin" with suddenness and discontinuity with respect to primordial events, whereas temporal inceptions are designated as "starts" or "beginnings". ~ Jean Gebser,
22:It's difficult for me to feel that a solid page without the breakups of paragraphs can be interesting. I break mine up perhaps sooner than I should in terms of the usage of the English language. ~ A E van Vogt,
23:Language is the sign of the cultural life of a people, the index of its soul in thought and mind that stands behind and enriches its soul in action. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Diversity in Oneness,
24:Even with skills that are primarily mental, such as computer programming or speaking a foreign language, it remains the case that we learn best through practice and repetition-the natural learning process.
   ~ Robert Greene, Mastery,
25:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman,
26:If Lisp is a 'programmable programming language,' then Scheme is an assemble-it-at-home kit for making yourself a programmable programming language. JavaScript does not have this quality AT ALL.
   ~ ?,,
27:Moreover, every language having a structure, by the very nature of language, reflects in its own structure that of the world as assumed by those who evolve the language. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics,
28:There is a single main definition of the object of all magical Ritual. It is the uniting of the Microcosm with the Macrocosm. The Supreme and Complete Ritual is therefore the Invocation of the Holy Guardian Angel; or, in the language of Mysticism, Union with God. ~ Aleister Crowley,
29:But what is memory if not the language of feeling, a dictionary of faces and days and smells which repeat themselves like the verbs and adjectives in a speech, sneaking in behind the thing itself,into the pure present, making us sad or teaching us vicariously... ~ Julio Cortazar, Hopscotch,
30:Greenspun's tenth rule of programming is an aphorism in computer programming and especially programming language circles that states: Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad-hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Common Lisp. ~ Philip Greenspun,
31:A child playing with dolls may shed heartfelt tears when his bundle of rags and scraps becomes deathly ill and dies ... So we may come to an understanding of language as playing with dolls: in language, scraps of sound are used to make dolls and replace all the things in the world. ~ Velimir Khlebnikov,
32:In the language of the Vedic Rishis, as infinite Existence, Consciousness and Bliss are the three highest and hidden Names of the Nameless, so this Supermind is the fourth Name5 - fourth to That in its descent, fourth to us in our ascension. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, The Sevenfold Chord of Being,
33:If a book is easy and fits nicely into all your language conventions and thought forms, then you probably will not grow much from reading it. It may be entertaining, but not enlarging to your understanding. It's the hard books that count. Raking is easy, but all you get is leaves; digging is hard, but you might find diamonds. ~ Mortimer J Adler,
34:So many Siddhas and Buddhas, so many Yogic masters. So many goddesses of various kinds. So many demi-gods and demons, so many silent sages. So many oceans of jewels. So many ways of life, so many languages. So many dynasties of rulers. So many intuitive people, so many selfless servants. O Nanak, His limit has no limit!
   ~ Guru Nanak, Guru Granth Sahib,
35:The final result is a system where programmers, artists, animators, and designers are productively programming directly in an S-expression Scheme-like language. Dan closed his talk by wowing the audience with the trailer for the game, which has now been released and is garnering extremely positive reviews. ~,
36:And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard. And what is it America has failed to hear? ... It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice and humanity. ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,
37:But once we realize that people have very different kinds of minds, different kinds of strengths -- some people are good in thinking spatially, some in thinking language, others are very logical, other people need to be hands on and explore actively and try things out -- then education, which treats everybody the same way, is actually the most unfair education. ~ Howard Gardner,
38:The aim of a human perfection must include, if it is to deserve the name, two things, self-mastery and a mastery of the surroundings; it must seek for them in the greatest degree of these powers which is at all attainable by our human nature. Man's urge of self-perfection is to be, in the ancient language, svarat and samrat, self-ruler and king.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga,
39:The material movements are an exterior notation by which the soul represents its perceptions of certain truths of the Infinite and makes them effective in the terms of Substance. These things are a language, a notation, a hieroglyphic, a system of symbols, not themselves the deepest truest sense of the things they intimate. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, The Object of Knowledge,
40:A superintelligence is a hypothetical agent that possesses intelligence far surpassing that of the brightest and most gifted human minds. Superintelligence may also refer to a property of problem-solving systems (e.g., superintelligent language translators or engineering assistants) whether or not these high-level intellectual competencies are embodied in agents that act in the world.
   ~ Wikipedia,
41:When the human race learns to read the language of symbolism, a great veil will fall from the eyes of men. They shall then know truth and, more than that, they shall realize that from the beginning truth has been in the world unrecognized, save by a small but gradually increasing number appointed by the Lords of the Dawn as ministers to the needs of human creatures struggling co regain their consciousness of divinity. ~ Manly P Hall,
42:John McCarthy (September 4, 1927 - October 24, 2011) was an American computer scientist and cognitive scientist. McCarthy was one of the founders of the discipline of artificial intelligence.[1] He coined the term artificial intelligence (AI), developed the Lisp programming language family, significantly influenced the design of the ALGOL programming language, popularized timesharing, and was very influential in the early development of AI.
   ~ Wikipedia,
43:Throughout the past 2500 years, whichever country Buddhism has been taught in, there have always been great yogis. Likewise, sooner or later there will be the great yogis of the West. This is because Buddhism has nothing to do with culture, gender, language, or colour. Buddhism is for all beings throughout time and space. And whoever dedicates their life to putting the teachings into practice will become a great yogi. It is as simple as that. ~ Chamtrul Rinpoche,
44:In Japanese language, kata (though written as 方) is a frequently-used suffix meaning way of doing, with emphasis on the form and order of the process. Other meanings are training method and formal exercise. The goal of a painter's practicing, for example, is to merge his consciousness with his brush; the potter's with his clay; the garden designer's with the materials of the garden. Once such mastery is achieved, the theory goes, the doing of a thing perfectly is as easy as thinking it
   ~ Boye De Mente, Japan's Secret Weapon - The Kata Factor,
45:nabla9 on July 15, 2018 [-] \n\nCommon Lisp as hackish vs protective is nice way to describe it.\n\nAnother way to describe it exploratory vs implementatory.\n\nIn some ways Common Lisp is like Mathematica for programming. It's a language for a computer architect to develop and explore high level concept. It's not a accident that early Javascript prototype was done in common lisp or that metaobject protocols, aspect-oriented programming, etc. were first implemented and experimented with Common Lisp. ~ site,,
46:The Mantra in other words is a direct and most heightened, an intensest and most divinely burdened rhythmic word which embodies an intuitive and revelatory inspiration and ensouls the mind with the sight and the presence of the very self, the inmost reality of things and with its truth and with the divine soul-forms of it, the Godheads which are born from the living Truth. Or, let us say, it is a supreme rhythmic language which seizes hold upon all that is finite and brings into each the light and voice of its own infinite. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry,
47:Money, after all, is an abstract artifact, like language - merely symbolized by the paper or coin or whatever. If you can fully grasp its abstractedness, especially in the computer age, it becomes quite clear that no group can monopolize this abstraction, except through a series of swindle. If the usurers had been bolder, they might have monopolized language as well as currency, and people would be saying we can't write more books because we don't have enough words, the way they now say we can't build starships, because we don't have enough money. ~ Robert Anton Wilson,
48:In Mahayana Buddhism the universe is therefore likened to a vast net of jewels, wherein the reflection from one jewel is contained in all jewels, and the reflections of all are contained in each. As the Buddhists put it, "All in one and one in all." This sounds very mystical and far-out, until you hear a modern physicist explain the present-day view of elementary particles: "This states, in ordinary language, that each particle consists of all the other particles, each of which is in the same way and at the same time all other particles together." ~ Ken Wilber, No Boundary,
49:I believe faith is a human universal. We are endowed at birth with nascent capacities for faith. How these capacities are activated and grow depends to a large extent on how we are welcomed into the world and what kinds of environments we grow in. Faith is interactive and social; it requires community, language, ritual and nurture. Faith is also shaped by initiatives from beyond us and other people, initiatives of spirit or grace. How these latter initiatives are recognized and imaged, or unperceived and ignored, powerfully affects the shape of faith in our lives.
   ~ James W Fowler, Stages Of Faith,
50:At one stage in the initiation procedure, Christian tells us...the postulant climbs down an iron ladder, with seventy-eight rungs, and enters a hall on either side of which are twelve statues, and, between each pair of statues, a painting. These twenty-two paintings, he is told, are Arcana or symbolic hieroglyphs; the Science of Will, the principle of all wisdom and source of all power, is contained in them. Each corresponds to a "letter of the sacred language" and to a number, and each expresses a reality of the divine world, a reality of the intellectual world and a reality of the physical world. The secret meanings of these twenty-two Arcana are then expounded to him. ~ Ronald Decker and Thierry Depaulis and Michael Dummett, A Wicked Pack of Cards - The Origins of the Occult Tarot,
51:From these two incontrovertible premises he deduced that the Library is total and that its shelves register all the possible combinations of the twenty-odd orthographical symbols (a number which, though extremely vast, is not infinite): in other words, all that it is given to express, in all languages. Everything: the minutely detailed history of the future, the archangels' autobiographies, the faithful catalogue of the Library, thousands and thousands of false catalogues, the demonstration of the fallacy of those catalogues, the demonstration of the fallacy of the true catalogue, the Gnostic gospel of Basilides, the commentary on that gospel, the commentary on the commentary on that gospel, the true story of your death, the translation of every book in all languages, the interpolations of every book in all books. ~ Jorge Luis Borges, The Library of Babel,
52:The Vedic poets regarded their poetry as mantras, they were the vehicles of their own realisations and could become vehicles of realisation for others. Naturally, these mostly would be illuminations, not the settled and permanent realisation that is the goal of Yoga - but they could be steps on the way or at least lights on the way. Many have such illuminations, even initial realisations while meditating on verses of the Upanishads or the Gita. Anything that carries the Word, the Light in it, spoken or written, can light this fire within, open a sky, as it were, bring the effective vision of which the Word is the body. In all ages spiritual seekers have expressed their aspirations or their experiences in poetry or inspired language and it has helped themselves and others. Therefore there is nothing absurd in my assigning to such poetry a spiritual or psychic value and effectiveness to poetry of a psychic or spiritual character.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters On Yoga - II,
53:Gradually, the concrete enigma I labored at disturbed me less than the generic enigma of a sentence written by a god. What type of sentence (I asked myself) will an absolute mind construct? I considered that even in the human languages there is no proposition that does not imply the entire universe: to say "the tiger" is to say the tigers that begot it, the deer and turtles devoured by it, the grass on which the deer fed, the earth that was mother to the grass, the heaven that gave birth to the earth. I considered that in the language of a god every word would enunciate that infinite concatenation of facts, and not in an implicit but in an explicit manner, and not progressively but instantaneously. In time, the notion of a divine sentence seemed puerile or blasphemous. A god, I reflected, ought to utter only a single word and in that word absolute fullness. No word uttered by him can be inferior to the universe or less than the sum total of time.~ Jorge Luis Borges, Labyrinths, Selected Stories and Other Writings,
54:The magic in a word remains magic even if it is not understood, and loses none of its power. Poems may be understandable or they may not, but they must be good, and they must be real.

From the examples of the algebraic signs on the walls of Kovalevskaia's nursery that had such a decisive influence on the child's fate, and from the example of spells, it is clear we cannot demand of all language: "be easy to understand, like the sign in the street." The speech of higher intelligence, even when it is not understandable, falls like seed into the fertile soil of the soul and only much later, in mysterious ways, does it bring forth its shoots. Does the earth understand the writing of the seeds a farmer scatters on its surface? No. But the grain still ripens in autumn, in response to those seeds. In any case, I certainly do not maintain that every incomprehensible piece of writing is beautiful. I mean only that we must not reject a piece of writing simply because it is incomprehensible to a particular group of readers. ~ Velimir Khlebnikov,
55:By religion, then, I understand a propitiation or conciliation of powers superior to man which are believed to direct and control the course of nature and of human life. Thus defined, religion consists of two elements, a theoretical and a practical, namely, a belief in powers higher than man and an attempt to propitiate or please them. Of the two, belief clearly comes first, since we must believe in the existence of a divine being before we can attempt to please him. But unless the belief leads to a corresponding practice, it is not a religion but merely a theology; in the language of St. James, "faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone." In other words, no man is religious who does not govern his conduct in some measure by the fear or love of God. On the other hand, mere practice, divested of all religious belief, is also not religion. Two men may behave in exactly the same way, and yet one of them may be religious and the other not. If the one acts from the love or fear of God, he is religious; if the other acts from the love or fear of man, he is moral or immoral according as his behaviour comports or conflicts with the general good. ~ James George Frazer, The Golden Bough,
56:the three successive elements :::
   The progressive self-manifestation of Nature in man, termed in modern language his evolution, must necessarily depend upon three successive elements, that which is already evolved, that which is persistently in the stage of conscious evolution and that which is to be evolved and may perhaps be already displayed, if not constantly, then occasionally or with some regularity of recurrence, in primary formations or in others more developed and, it may well be, even in some, however rare, that are near to the highest possible realisation of our present humanity. For the march of Nature is not drilled to a regular and mechanical forward stepping. She reaches constantly beyond herself even at the cost of subsequent deplorable retreats. She has rushes; she has splendid and mighty outbursts; she has immense realisations. She storms sometimes passionately forward hoping to take the kingdom of heaven by violence. And these self-exceedings are the revelation of that in her which is most divine or else most diabolical, but in either case the most puissant to bring her rapidly forward towards her goal.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, Introduction - The Conditions of the Synthesis, The Three Steps of Nature,
57:Art is the human language of the nervous plane, intended to express and communicate the Divine, who in the domain of sensation manifests as beauty.

   The purpose of art is therefore to give those for whom it is meant a freer and more perfect communion with the Supreme Reality. The first contact with this Supreme Reality expresses itself in our consciousness by a flowering of the being in a plenitude of vast and peaceful delight. Each time that art can give the spectator this contact with the infinite, however fleetingly, it fulfils its aim; it has shown itself worthy of its mission. Thus no art which has for many centuries moved and delighted a people can be dismissed, since it has at least partially fulfilled its mission - to be the powerful and more or less perfect utterance of that which is to be expressed. What makes it difficult for the sensibility of a nation to enjoy the delight that another nation finds in one art or another is the habitual limitation of the nervous being which, even more than the mental being, is naturally exclusive in its ability to perceive the Divine and which, when it has entered into relation with Him through certain forms, feels an almost irresistible reluctance to recognise Him through other forms of sensation. ~ The Mother, Words Of Long Ago, 122,
58:All advance in thought is made by collecting the greatest possible number of facts, classifying them, and grouping them.
   The philologist, though perhaps he only speaks one language, has a much higher type of mind than the linguist who speaks twenty.
   This Tree of Thought is exactly paralleled by the tree of nervous structure.
   Very many people go about nowadays who are exceedingly "well-informed," but who have not the slightest idea of the meaning of the facts they know. They have not developed the necessary higher part of the brain. Induction is impossible to them.
   This capacity for storing away facts is compatible with actual imbecility. Some imbeciles have been able to store their memories with more knowledge than perhaps any sane man could hope to acquire.
   This is the great fault of modern education - a child is stuffed with facts, and no attempt is made to explain their connection and bearing. The result is that even the facts themselves are soon forgotten.
   Any first-rate mind is insulted and irritated by such treatment, and any first-rate memory is in danger of being spoilt by it.
   No two ideas have any real meaning until they are harmonized in a third, and the operation is only perfect when these ideas are contradictory. This is the essence of the Hegelian logic.
   ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA, Book 4, The Cup,
59:5. Belly of the Whale:The idea that the passage of the magical threshold is a transit into a sphere of rebirth is symbolized in the worldwide womb image of the belly of the whale. The hero, instead of conquering or conciliating the power of the threshold, is swallowed into the unknown and would appear to have died. This popular motif gives emphasis to the lesson that the passage of the threshold is a form of self-annihilation. Instead of passing outward, beyond the confines of the visible world, the hero goes inward, to be born again. The disappearance corresponds to the passing of a worshipper into a temple-where he is to be quickened by the recollection of who and what he is, namely dust and ashes unless immortal. The temple interior, the belly of the whale, and the heavenly land beyond, above, and below the confines of the world, are one and the same. That is why the approaches and entrances to temples are flanked and defended by colossal gargoyles: dragons, lions, devil-slayers with drawn swords, resentful dwarfs, winged bulls. The devotee at the moment of entry into a temple undergoes a metamorphosis. Once inside he may be said to have died to time and returned to the World Womb, the World Navel, the Earthly Paradise. Allegorically, then, the passage into a temple and the hero-dive through the jaws of the whale are identical adventures, both denoting in picture language, the life-centering, life-renewing act. ~ Joseph Campbell,
60:the first necessity; :::
   The first necessity is to dissolve that central faith and vision in the mind which concentrate it on its development and satisfaction and interests in the old externalised order of things. It is imperative to exchange this surface orientation for the deeper faith and vision which see only the Divine and seek only after the Divine. The next need is to compel all our lower being to pay homage to this new faith and greater vision. All our nature must make an integral surrender; it must offer itself in every part and every movement to that which seems to the unregenerated sensemind so much less real than the material world and its objects. Our whole being - soul, mind, sense, heart, will, life, body - must consecrate all its energies so entirely and in such a way that it shall become a fit vehicle for the Divine. This is no easy task; for everything in the world follows the fixed habit which is to it a law and resists a radical change. And no change can be more radical than the revolution attempted in the integral Yoga. Everything in us has constantly to be called back to the central faith and will and vision. Every thought and impulse has to be reminded in the language of the Upanishad that That is the divine Brahman and not this which men here adore. Every vital fibre has to be persuaded to accept an entire renunciation of all that hitherto represented to it its own existence.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, Self-Consecration, 72,
61:0 Order - All developmental theories consider the infant to be "undifferentiated," the essence of which is the absence of any self-other boundary (interpersonally) or any subject-object boundary (intrapsychically), hence, stage 0 rather than stage 1. The infant is believed to consider all of the phenomena it experiences as extensions of itself. The infant is "all self" or "all subject" and "no object or other." Whether one speaks of infantile narcissism," "orality," being under the sway completely of "the pleasure principle" with no countervailing "reality principle," or being "all assimilative" with no countervailing "accommodation," all descriptions amount to the same picture of an objectless, incorporative embeddedness. Such an underlying psychologic gives rise not only to a specific kind of cognition (prerepresentational) but to a specific kind of emotion in which the emotional world lacks any distinction between inner and outer sources of pleasure and discomfort. To describe a state of complete undifferentiation, psychologists have had to rely on metaphors: Our language itself depends on the transcendence of this prerepresentational stage. The objects, symbols, signs, and referents of language organize the experienced world and presuppose the very categories that are not yet articulated at stage 0. Thus, Freud has described this period as the "oceanic stage," the self undifferentiated from the swelling sea. Jung suggested "uroboros," the snake that swallows its tail. ~ Robert Kegan,
62:... Every one knew how laborious the usual method is of attaining to arts and sciences; whereas, by his contrivance, the most ignorant person, at a reasonable charge, and with a little bodily labour, might write books in philosophy, poetry, politics, laws, mathematics, and theology, without the least assistance from genius or study." He then led me to the frame, about the sides, whereof all his pupils stood in ranks. It was twenty feet square, placed in the middle of the room. The superfices was composed of several bits of wood, about the bigness of a die, but some larger than others. They were all linked together by slender wires. These bits of wood were covered, on every square, with paper pasted on them; and on these papers were written all the words of their language, in their several moods, tenses, and declensions; but without any order. The professor then desired me "to observe; for he was going to set his engine at work." The pupils, at his command, took each of them hold of an iron handle, whereof there were forty fixed round the edges of the frame; and giving them a sudden turn, the whole disposition of the words was entirely changed. He then commanded six-and-thirty of the lads, to read the several lines softly, as they appeared upon the frame; and where they found three or four words together that might make part of a sentence, they dictated to the four remaining boys, who were scribes. This work was repeated three or four times, and at every turn, the engine was so contrived, that the words shifted into new places, as the square bits of wood moved upside down. ~ Jonathan Swift, Gullivers Travels,
63:True love has no need of reciprocation; there can be no reciprocation because there is only one Love, the Love, which has no other aim than to love. It is in the world of division that one feels the need of reciprocation - because one lives in the illusion of the multiplicity of Love; but in fact there is only One Love and it is always this sole love which, so to say, responds to itself. 19 April 1967
Indeed, there is only one Love, universal and eternal, as there is only one Consciousness, universal and eternal.
All the apparent differences are colorations given by individualisation and personification. But these alterations are purely superficial. And the "nature" of Love, as of Consciousness, is unalterable. 20 April 1967
When one has found divine Love, it is the Divine that one loves in all beings. There is no longer any division. 1 May 1967
Once one has found divine Love, all other loves, which are nothing but disguises, can lose their deformities and become pure - then it is the Divine that one loves in everyone and everything. 6 May 1967
True love, that which fulfils and illumines, is not the love one receives but the love one gives.
And the supreme Love is a love without any definite object - the love which loves because it cannot do other than to love. 15 May 1968
There is only one love - the Divine's Love; and without that Love there would be no creation. All exists because of that Love and it is when we try to find our own love which does not exist that we do not feel the Love, the only Love, the Divine's Love which permeates all existence. 5 March 1970
When the psychic loves it loves with the Divine Love.
When you love, you love with the Divine's love diminished and distorted by your ego, but in its essence still the Divine's love.
It is for the facility of the language that you say the love of this one or that one, but it is all the same one Love manifested ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother II,
64:the omnipresent Trinity :::
   In practice three conceptions are necessary before there can be any possibility of Yoga; there must be, as it were, three consenting parties to the effort,-God, Nature and the human soul or, in more abstract language, the Transcendental, the Universal and the Individual. If the individual and Nature are left to themselves, the one is bound to the other and unable to exceed appreciably her lingering march. Something transcendent is needed, free from her and greater, which will act upon us and her, attracting us upward to Itself and securing from her by good grace or by force her consent to the individual ascension. It is this truth which makes necessary to every philosophy of Yoga the conception of the Ishwara, Lord, supreme Soul or supreme Self, towards whom the effort is directed and who gives the illuminating touch and the strength to attain. Equally true is the complementary idea so often enforced by the Yoga of devotion that as the Transcendent is necessary to the individual and sought after by him, so also the individual is necessary in a sense to the Transcendent and sought after by It. If the Bhakta seeks and yearns after Bhagavan, Bhagavan also seeks and yearns after the Bhakta. There can be no Yoga of knowledge without a human seeker of the knowledge, the supreme subject of knowledge and the divine use by the individual of the universal faculties of knowledge; no Yoga of devotion without the human God-lover, the supreme object of love and delight and the divine use by the individual of the universal faculties of spiritual, emotional and aesthetic enjoyment; no Yoga of works without the human worker, the supreme Will, Master of all works and sacrifices, and the divine use by the individual of the universal faculties of power and action. However Monistic maybe our intellectual conception of the highest truth of things, in practice we are compelled to accept this omnipresent Trinity.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, Introduction - The Conditions of the Synthesis, The Systems of Yoga,
65:The poet-seer sees differently, thinks in another way, voices himself in quite another manner than the philosopher or the prophet. The prophet announces the Truth as the Word, the Law or the command of the Eternal, he is the giver of the message; the poet shows us Truth in its power of beauty, in its symbol or image, or reveals it to us in the workings of Nature or in the workings of life, and when he has done that, his whole work is done; he need not be its explicit spokesman or its official messenger. The philosopher's business is to discriminate Truth and put its parts and aspects into intellectual relation with each other; the poet's is to seize and embody aspects of Truth in their living relations, or rather - for that is too philosophical a language - to see her features and, excited by the vision, create in the beauty of her image.

   No doubt, the prophet may have in him a poet who breaks out often into speech and surrounds with the vivid atmosphere of life the directness of his message; he may follow up his injunction "Take no thought for the morrow," by a revealing image of the beauty of the truth he enounces, in the life of Nature, in the figure of the lily, or link it to human life by apologue and parable. The philosopher may bring in the aid of colour and image to give some relief and hue to his dry light of reason and water his arid path of abstractions with some healing dew of poetry. But these are ornaments and not the substance of his work; and if the philosopher makes his thought substance of poetry, he ceases to be a philosophic thinker and becomes a poet-seer of Truth. Thus the more rigid metaphysicians are perhaps right in denying to Nietzsche the name of philosopher; for Nietzsche does not think, but always sees, turbidly or clearly, rightly or distortedly, but with the eye of the seer rather than with the brain of the thinker. On the other hand we may get great poetry which is full of a prophetic enthusiasm of utterance or is largely or even wholly philosophic in its matter; but this prophetic poetry gives us no direct message, only a mass of sublime inspirations of thought and image, and this philosophic poetry is poetry and lives as poetry only in so far as it departs from the method, the expression, the way of seeing proper to the philosophic mind. It must be vision pouring itself into thought-images and not thought trying to observe truth and distinguish its province and bounds and fences.

   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry,
66:reading :::
   50 Philosophy Classics: List of Books Covered:
   1. Hannah Arendt - The Human Condition (1958)
   2. Aristotle - Nicomachean Ethics (4th century BC)
   3. AJ Ayer - Language, Truth and Logic (1936)
   4. Julian Baggini - The Ego Trick (2011)
   5. Jean Baudrillard - Simulacra and Simulation (1981)
   6. Simone de Beauvoir - The Second Sex (1952)
   7. Jeremy Bentham - Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789)
   8. Henri Bergson - Creative Evolution (1911)
   9. David Bohm - Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1980)
   10. Noam Chomsky - Understanding Power (2002)
   11. Cicero - On Duties (44 BC)
   12. Confucius - Analects (5th century BC)
   13. Rene Descartes - Meditations (1641)
   14. Ralph Waldo Emerson - Fate (1860)
   15. Epicurus - Letters (3rd century BC)
   16. Michel Foucault - The Order of Things (1966)
   17. Harry Frankfurt - On Bullshit (2005)
   18. Sam Harris - Free Will (2012)
   19. GWF Hegel - Phenomenology of Spirit (1803)
   20. Martin Heidegger - Being and Time (1927)
   21. Heraclitus - Fragments (6th century)
   22. David Hume - An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1748)
   23. William James - Pragmatism (1904)
   24. Daniel Kahneman - Thinking: Fast and Slow (2011)
   25. Immanuel Kant - Critique of Pure Reason (1781)
   26. Soren Kierkegaard - Fear and Trembling (1843)
   27. Saul Kripke - Naming and Necessity (1972)
   28. Thomas Kuhn - The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962)
   29. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Theodicy (1710)
   30. John Locke - An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690)
   31. Marshall McLuhan - The Medium is the Massage (1967)
   32. Niccolo Machiavelli - The Prince (1532)
   33. John Stuart Mill - On Liberty (1859)
   34. Michel de Montaigne - Essays (1580)
   35. Iris Murdoch - The Sovereignty of Good (1970)
   36. Friedrich Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil (1886)
   37. Blaise Pascal - Pensees (1670)
   38. Plato - The Republic (4th century BC)
   39. Karl Popper - The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934)
   40. John Rawls - A Theory of Justice (1971)
   41. Jean-Jacques Rousseau - The Social Contract (1762)
   42. Bertrand Russell - The Conquest of Happiness (1920)
   43. Michael Sandel - Justice (2009)
   44. Jean Paul Sartre - Being and Nothingness (1943)
   45. Arthur Schopenhauer - The World as Will and Representation (1818)
   46. Peter Singer - The Life You Can Save (2009)
   47. Baruch Spinoza - Ethics (1677)
   48. Nassim Nicholas - Taleb The Black Swan (2007)
   49. Ludwig Wittgenstein - Philosophical Investigations (1953)
   50. Slavoj Zizek - Living In The End Times (2010)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Philosophy Classics,
67:Ekajaṭī or Ekajaṭā, (Sanskrit: "One Plait Woman"; Wylie: ral gcig ma: one who has one knot of hair),[1] also known as Māhacīnatārā,[2] is one of the 21 Taras. Ekajati is, along with Palden Lhamo deity, one of the most powerful and fierce goddesses of Vajrayana Buddhist mythology.[1][3] According to Tibetan legends, her right eye was pierced by the tantric master Padmasambhava so that she could much more effectively help him subjugate Tibetan demons.

Ekajati is also known as "Blue Tara", Vajra Tara or "Ugra Tara".[1][3] She is generally considered one of the three principal protectors of the Nyingma school along with Rāhula and Vajrasādhu (Wylie: rdo rje legs pa).

Often Ekajati appears as liberator in the mandala of the Green Tara. Along with that, her ascribed powers are removing the fear of enemies, spreading joy, and removing personal hindrances on the path to enlightenment.

Ekajati is the protector of secret mantras and "as the mother of the mothers of all the Buddhas" represents the ultimate unity. As such, her own mantra is also secret. She is the most important protector of the Vajrayana teachings, especially the Inner Tantras and termas. As the protector of mantra, she supports the practitioner in deciphering symbolic dakini codes and properly determines appropriate times and circumstances for revealing tantric teachings. Because she completely realizes the texts and mantras under her care, she reminds the practitioner of their preciousness and secrecy.[4] Düsum Khyenpa, 1st Karmapa Lama meditated upon her in early childhood.

According to Namkhai Norbu, Ekajati is the principal guardian of the Dzogchen teachings and is "a personification of the essentially non-dual nature of primordial energy."[5]

Dzogchen is the most closely guarded teaching in Tibetan Buddhism, of which Ekajati is a main guardian as mentioned above. It is said that Sri Singha (Sanskrit: Śrī Siṃha) himself entrusted the "Heart Essence" (Wylie: snying thig) teachings to her care. To the great master Longchenpa, who initiated the dissemination of certain Dzogchen teachings, Ekajati offered uncharacteristically personal guidance. In his thirty-second year, Ekajati appeared to Longchenpa, supervising every ritual detail of the Heart Essence of the Dakinis empowerment, insisting on the use of a peacock feather and removing unnecessary basin. When Longchenpa performed the ritual, she nodded her head in approval but corrected his pronunciation. When he recited the mantra, Ekajati admonished him, saying, "Imitate me," and sang it in a strange, harmonious melody in the dakini's language. Later she appeared at the gathering and joyously danced, proclaiming the approval of Padmasambhava and the dakinis.[6] ~ Wikipedia,
68:The modern distinction is that the poet appeals to the imagination and not to the intellect. But there are many kinds of imagination; the objective imagination which visualises strongly the outward aspects of life and things; the subjective imagination which visualises strongly the mental and emotional impressions they have the power to start in the mind; the imagination which deals in the play of mental fictions and to which we give the name of poetic fancy; the aesthetic imagination which delights in the beauty of words and images for their own sake and sees no farther. All these have their place in poetry, but they only give the poet his materials, they are only the first instruments in the creation of poetic style. The essential poetic imagination does not stop short with even the most subtle reproductions of things external or internal, with the richest or delicatest play of fancy or with the most beautiful colouring of word or image. It is creative, not of either the actual or the fictitious, but of the more and the most real; it sees the spiritual truth of things, - of this truth too there are many gradations, - which may take either the actual or the ideal for its starting-point. The aim of poetry, as of all true art, is neither a photographic or otherwise realistic imitation of Nature, nor a romantic furbishing and painting or idealistic improvement of her image, but an interpretation by the images she herself affords us, not on one but on many planes of her creation, of that which she conceals from us, but is ready, when rightly approached, to reveal.

   This is the true, because the highest and essential aim of poetry; but the human mind arrives at it only by a succession of steps, the first of which seems far enough from its object. It begins by stringing its most obvious and external ideas, feelings and sensations of things on a thread of verse in a sufficient language of no very high quality. But even when it gets to a greater adequacy and effectiveness, it is often no more than a vital, an emotional or an intellectual adequacy and effectiveness. There is a strong vital poetry which powerfully appeals to our sensations and our sense of life, like much of Byron or the less inspired mass of the Elizabethan drama; a strong emotional poetry which stirs our feelings and gives us the sense and active image of the passions; a strong intellectual poetry which satisfies our curiosity about life and its mechanism, or deals with its psychological and other "problems", or shapes for us our thoughts in an effective, striking and often quite resistlessly quotable fashion. All this has its pleasures for the mind and the surface soul in us, and it is certainly quite legitimate to enjoy them and to enjoy them strongly and vividly on our way upward; but if we rest content with these only, we shall never get very high up the hill of the Muses.

   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry,
69:Eternal, unconfined, unextended, without cause and without effect, the Holy Lamp mysteriously burns. Without quantity or quality, unconditioned and sempiternal, is this Light.
It is not possible for anyone to advise or approve; for this Lamp is not made with hands; it exists alone for ever; it has no parts, no person; it is before "I am." Few can behold it, yet it is always there. For it there is no "here" nor "there," no "then" nor "now;" all parts of speech are abolished, save the noun; and this noun is not found either in {106} human speech or in Divine. It is the Lost Word, the dying music of whose sevenfold echo is I A O and A U M.
Without this Light the Magician could not work at all; yet few indeed are the Magicians that have know of it, and far fewer They that have beheld its brilliance!

The Temple and all that is in it must be destroyed again and again before it is worthy to receive that Light. Hence it so often seems that the only advice that any master can give to any pupil is to destroy the Temple.

"Whatever you have" and "whatever you are" are veils before that Light. Yet in so great a matter all advice is vain. There is no master so great that he can see clearly the whole character of any pupil. What helped him in the past may hinder another in the future.

Yet since the Master is pledged to serve, he may take up that service on these simple lines. Since all thoughts are veils of this Light, he may advise the destruction of all thoughts, and to that end teach those practices which are clearly conductive to such destruction.

These practices have now fortunately been set down in clear language by order of the A.'.A.'..

In these instructions the relativity and limitation of each practice is clearly taught, and all dogmatic interpretations are carefully avoided. Each practice is in itself a demon which must be destroyed; but to be destroyed it must first be evoked.

Shame upon that Master who shirks any one of these practices, however distasteful or useless it may be to him! For in the detailed knowledge of it, which experience alone can give him, may lie his opportunity for crucial assistance to a pupil. However dull the drudgery, it should be undergone. If it were possible to regret anything in life, which is fortunately not the case, it would be the hours wasted in fruitful practices which might have been more profitably employed on sterile ones: for NEMO<> in tending his garden seeketh not to single out the flower that shall be NEMO after him. And we are not told that NEMO might have used other things than those which he actually does use; it seems possible that if he had not the acid or the knife, or the fire, or the oil, he might miss tending just that one flower which was to be NEMO after him! ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA, The Lamp,
70:reading :::
   50 Psychology Classics: List of Books Covered:
   Alfred Adler - Understanding Human Nature (1927)
   Gordon Allport - The Nature of Prejudice (1954)
   Albert Bandura - Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control (1997)
   Gavin Becker - The Gift of Fear (1997)
   Eric Berne - Games People Play (1964)
   Isabel Briggs Myers - Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type (1980)
   Louann Brizendine - The Female Brain (2006)
   David D Burns - Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy (1980)
   Susan Cain - Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking (2012)
   Robert Cialdini - Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (1984)
   Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Creativity (1997)
   Carol Dweck - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (2006)
   Albert Ellis & Robert Harper - (1961) A Guide To Rational Living(1961)
   Milton Erickson - My Voice Will Go With You (1982) by Sidney Rosen
   Eric Erikson - Young Man Luther (1958)
   Hans Eysenck - Dimensions of Personality (1947)
   Viktor Frankl - The Will to Meaning (1969)
   Anna Freud - The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense (1936)
   Sigmund Freud - The Interpretation of Dreams (1901)
   Howard Gardner - Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (1983)
   Daniel Gilbert - Stumbling on Happiness (2006)
   Malcolm Gladwell - Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005)
   Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence at Work (1998)
   John M Gottman - The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work (1999)
   Temple Grandin - The Autistic Brain: Helping Different Kinds of Minds Succeed (2013)
   Harry Harlow - The Nature of Love (1958)
   Thomas A Harris - I'm OK - You're OK (1967)
   Eric Hoffer - The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (1951)
   Karen Horney - Our Inner Conflicts (1945)
   William James - Principles of Psychology (1890)
   Carl Jung - The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (1953)
   Daniel Kahneman - Thinking, Fast and Slow (2011)
   Alfred Kinsey - Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953)
   RD Laing - The Divided Self (1959)
   Abraham Maslow - The Farther Reaches of Human Nature (1970)
   Stanley Milgram - Obedience To Authority (1974)
   Walter Mischel - The Marshmallow Test (2014)
   Leonard Mlodinow - Subliminal: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior (2012)
   IP Pavlov - Conditioned Reflexes (1927)
   Fritz Perls - Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality (1951)
   Jean Piaget - The Language and Thought of the Child (1966)
   Steven Pinker - The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (2002)
   VS Ramachandran - Phantoms in the Brain (1998)
   Carl Rogers - On Becoming a Person (1961)
   Oliver Sacks - The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1970)
   Barry Schwartz - The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less (2004)
   Martin Seligman - Authentic Happiness (2002)
   BF Skinner - Beyond Freedom & Dignity (1953)
   Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton & Sheila Heen - Difficult Conversations (2000)
   William Styron - Darkness Visible (1990)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Psychology Classics,
71:(Novum Organum by Francis Bacon.)
   34. "Four species of idols beset the human mind, to which (for distinction's sake) we have assigned names, calling the first Idols of the Tribe, the second Idols of the Den, the third Idols of the Market, the fourth Idols of the Theatre.
   40. "The information of notions and axioms on the foundation of true induction is the only fitting remedy by which we can ward off and expel these idols. It is, however, of great service to point them out; for the doctrine of idols bears the same relation to the interpretation of nature as that of the confutation of sophisms does to common logic.
   41. "The idols of the tribe are inherent in human nature and the very tribe or race of man; for man's sense is falsely asserted to be the standard of things; on the contrary, all the perceptions both of the senses and the mind bear reference to man and not to the Universe, and the human mind resembles these uneven mirrors which impart their own properties to different objects, from which rays are emitted and distort and disfigure them.
   42. "The idols of the den are those of each individual; for everybody (in addition to the errors common to the race of man) has his own individual den or cavern, which intercepts and corrupts the light of nature, either from his own peculiar and singular disposition, or from his education and intercourse with others, or from his reading, and the authority acquired by those whom he reverences and admires, or from the different impressions produced on the mind, as it happens to be preoccupied and predisposed, or equable and tranquil, and the like; so that the spirit of man (according to its several dispositions), is variable, confused, and, as it were, actuated by chance; and Heraclitus said well that men search for knowledge in lesser worlds, and not in the greater or common world.
   43. "There are also idols formed by the reciprocal intercourse and society of man with man, which we call idols of the market, from the commerce and association of men with each other; for men converse by means of language, but words are formed at the will of the generality, and there arises from a bad and unapt formation of words a wonderful obstruction to the mind. Nor can the definitions and explanations with which learned men are wont to guard and protect themselves in some instances afford a complete remedy-words still manifestly force the understanding, throw everything into confusion, and lead mankind into vain and innumerable controversies and fallacies.
   44. "Lastly, there are idols which have crept into men's minds from the various dogmas of peculiar systems of philosophy, and also from the perverted rules of demonstration, and these we denominate idols of the theatre: for we regard all the systems of philosophy hitherto received or imagined, as so many plays brought out and performed, creating fictitious and theatrical worlds. Nor do we speak only of the present systems, or of the philosophy and sects of the ancients, since numerous other plays of a similar nature can be still composed and made to agree with each other, the causes of the most opposite errors being generally the same. Nor, again, do we allude merely to general systems, but also to many elements and axioms of sciences which have become inveterate by tradition, implicit credence, and neglect. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity,
72:64 Arts
   1. Geet vidya: art of singing.
   2. Vadya vidya: art of playing on musical instruments.
   3. Nritya vidya: art of dancing.
   4. Natya vidya: art of theatricals.
   5. Alekhya vidya: art of painting.
   6. Viseshakacchedya vidya: art of painting the face and body with color
   7. Tandula­kusuma­bali­vikara: art of preparing offerings from rice and flowers.
   8. Pushpastarana: art of making a covering of flowers for a bed.
   9. Dasana­vasananga­raga: art of applying preparations for cleansing the teeth, cloths and painting the body.
   10. Mani­bhumika­karma: art of making the groundwork of jewels.
   11. Aayya­racana: art of covering the bed.
   12. Udaka­vadya: art of playing on music in water.
   13. Udaka­ghata: art of splashing with water.
   14. Citra­yoga: art of practically applying an admixture of colors.
   15. Malya­grathana­vikalpa: art of designing a preparation of wreaths.
   16. Sekharapida­yojana: art of practically setting the coronet on the head.
   17. Nepathya­yoga: art of practically dressing in the tiring room.
   18. Karnapatra­bhanga: art of decorating the tragus of the ear.
   19. Sugandha­yukti: art of practical application of aromatics.
   20. Bhushana­yojana: art of applying or setting ornaments.
   21. Aindra­jala: art of juggling.
   22. Kaucumara: a kind of art.
   23. Hasta­laghava: art of sleight of hand.
   24. Citra­sakapupa­bhakshya­vikara­kriya: art of preparing varieties of delicious food.
   25. Panaka­rasa­ragasava­yojana: art of practically preparing palatable drinks and tinging draughts with red color.
   26. Suci­vaya­karma: art of needleworks and weaving.
   27. Sutra­krida: art of playing with thread.
   28. Vina­damuraka­vadya: art of playing on lute and small drum.
   29. Prahelika: art of making and solving riddles.
   30. Durvacaka­yoga: art of practicing language difficult to be answered by others.
   31. Pustaka­vacana: art of reciting books.
   32. Natikakhyayika­darsana: art of enacting short plays and anecdotes.
   33. Kavya­samasya­purana: art of solving enigmatic verses.
   34. Pattika­vetra­bana­vikalpa: art of designing preparation of shield, cane and arrows.
   35. Tarku­karma: art of spinning by spindle.
   36. Takshana: art of carpentry.
   37. Vastu­vidya: art of engineering.
   38. Raupya­ratna­pariksha: art of testing silver and jewels.
   39. Dhatu­vada: art of metallurgy.
   40. Mani­raga jnana: art of tinging jewels.
   41. Akara jnana: art of mineralogy.
   42. Vrikshayur­veda­yoga: art of practicing medicine or medical treatment, by herbs.
   43. Mesha­kukkuta­lavaka­yuddha­vidhi: art of knowing the mode of fighting of lambs, cocks and birds.
   44. Suka­sarika­pralapana: art of maintaining or knowing conversation between male and female cockatoos.
   45. Utsadana: art of healing or cleaning a person with perfumes.
   46. Kesa­marjana­kausala: art of combing hair.
   47. Akshara­mushtika­kathana: art of talking with fingers.
   48. Dharana­matrika: art of the use of amulets.
   49. Desa­bhasha­jnana: art of knowing provincial dialects.
   50. Nirmiti­jnana: art of knowing prediction by heavenly voice.
   51. Yantra­matrika: art of mechanics.
   52. Mlecchita­kutarka­vikalpa: art of fabricating barbarous or foreign sophistry.
   53. Samvacya: art of conversation.
   54. Manasi kavya­kriya: art of composing verse
   55. Kriya­vikalpa: art of designing a literary work or a medical remedy.
   56. Chalitaka­yoga: art of practicing as a builder of shrines called after him.
   57. Abhidhana­kosha­cchando­jnana: art of the use of lexicography and meters.
   58. Vastra­gopana: art of concealment of cloths.
   59. Dyuta­visesha: art of knowing specific gambling.
   60. Akarsha­krida: art of playing with dice or magnet.
   61. Balaka­kridanaka: art of using children's toys.
   62. Vainayiki vidya: art of enforcing discipline.
   63. Vaijayiki vidya: art of gaining victory.
   64. Vaitaliki vidya: art of awakening master with music at dawn.
   ~ Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger, Sexual Secrets,
73:Coded Language

Whereas, breakbeats have been the missing link connecting the diasporic community to its drum woven past

Whereas the quantised drum has allowed the whirling mathematicians to calculate the ever changing distance between rock and stardom.

Whereas the velocity of the spinning vinyl, cross-faded, spun backwards, and re-released at the same given moment of recorded history , yet at a different moment in time's continuum has allowed history to catch up with the present.

We do hereby declare reality unkempt by the changing standards of dialogue.

Statements, such as, "keep it real", especially when punctuating or anticipating modes of ultra-violence inflicted psychologically or physically or depicting an unchanging rule of events will hence forth be seen as retro-active and not representative of the individually determined is.

Furthermore, as determined by the collective consciousness of this state of being and the lessened distance between thought patterns and their secular manifestations, the role of men as listening receptacles is to be increased by a number no less than 70 percent of the current enlisted as vocal aggressors.

Motherfuckers better realize, now is the time to self-actualize

We have found evidence that hip hops standard 85 rpm when increased by a number as least half the rate of it's standard or decreased at ¾ of it's speed may be a determining factor in heightening consciousness.

Studies show that when a given norm is changed in the face of the unchanging, the remaining contradictions will parallel the truth.

Equate rhyme with reason, Sun with season

Our cyclical relationship to phenomenon has encouraged scholars to erase the centers of periods, thus symbolizing the non-linear character of cause and effect

Reject mediocrity!

Your current frequencies of understanding outweigh that which as been given for you to understand.

The current standard is the equivalent of an adolescent restricted to the diet of an infant.

The rapidly changing body would acquire dysfunctional and deformative symptoms and could not properly mature on a diet of apple sauce and crushed pears

Light years are interchangeable with years of living in darkness.

The role of darkness is not to be seen as, or equated with, Ignorance, but with the unknown, and the mysteries of the unseen.

Thus, in the name of:


We claim the present as the pre-sent, as the hereafter.

We are unraveling our navels so that we may ingest the sun.

We are not afraid of the darkness, we trust that the moon shall guide us.

We are determining the future at this very moment.

We now know that the heart is the philosophers' stone

Our music is our alchemy

We stand as the manifested equivalent of 3 buckets of water and a hand full of minerals, thus realizing that those very buckets turned upside down supply the percussion factor of forever.

If you must count to keep the beat then count.

Find you mantra and awaken your subconscious.

Curve you circles counterclockwise

Use your cipher to decipher, Coded Language, man made laws.

Climb waterfalls and trees, commune with nature, snakes and bees.

Let your children name themselves and claim themselves as the new day for today we are determined to be the channelers of these changing frequencies into songs, paintings, writings, dance, drama, photography, carpentry, crafts, love, and love.

We enlist every instrument: Acoustic, electronic.

Every so-called race, gender, and sexual preference.

Every per-son as beings of sound to acknowledge their responsibility to uplift the consciousness of the entire fucking World.

Any utterance will be un-aimed, will be disclaimed - two rappers slain

Any utterance will be un-aimed, will be disclaimed - two rappers slain
~ Saul Williams,
74:The ancient Mesopotamians and the ancient Egyptians had some very interesting, dramatic ideas about that. For example-very briefly-there was a deity known as Marduk. Marduk was a Mesopotamian deity, and imagine this is sort of what happened. As an empire grew out of the post-ice age-15,000 years ago, 10,000 years ago-all these tribes came together. These tribes each had their own deity-their own image of the ideal. But then they started to occupy the same territory. One tribe had God A, and one tribe had God B, and one could wipe the other one out, and then it would just be God A, who wins. That's not so good, because maybe you want to trade with those people, or maybe you don't want to lose half your population in a war. So then you have to have an argument about whose God is going to take priority-which ideal is going to take priority.

What seems to happen is represented in mythology as a battle of the gods in celestial space. From a practical perspective, it's more like an ongoing dialog. You believe this; I believe this. You believe that; I believe this. How are we going to meld that together? You take God A, and you take God B, and maybe what you do is extract God C from them, and you say, 'God C now has the attributes of A and B.' And then some other tribes come in, and C takes them over, too. Take Marduk, for example. He has 50 different names, at least in part, of the subordinate gods-that represented the tribes that came together to make the civilization. That's part of the process by which that abstracted ideal is abstracted. You think, 'this is important, and it works, because your tribe is alive, and so we'll take the best of both, if we can manage it, and extract out something, that's even more abstract, that covers both of us.'

I'll give you a couple of Marduk's interesting features. He has eyes all the way around his head. He's elected by all the other gods to be king God. That's the first thing. That's quite cool. They elect him because they're facing a terrible threat-sort of like a flood and a monster combined. Marduk basically says that, if they elect him top God, he'll go out and stop the flood monster, and they won't all get wiped out. It's a serious threat. It's chaos itself making its comeback. All the gods agree, and Marduk is the new manifestation. He's got eyes all the way around his head, and he speaks magic words. When he fights, he fights this deity called Tiamat. We need to know that, because the word 'Tiamat' is associated with the word 'tehom.' Tehom is the chaos that God makes order out of at the beginning of time in Genesis, so it's linked very tightly to this story. Marduk, with his eyes and his capacity to speak magic words, goes out and confronts Tiamat, who's like this watery sea dragon. It's a classic Saint George story: go out and wreak havoc on the dragon. He cuts her into pieces, and he makes the world out of her pieces. That's the world that human beings live in.

The Mesopotamian emperor acted out Marduk. He was allowed to be emperor insofar as he was a good Marduk. That meant that he had eyes all the way around his head, and he could speak magic; he could speak properly. We are starting to understand, at that point, the essence of leadership. Because what's leadership? It's the capacity to see what the hell's in front of your face, and maybe in every direction, and maybe the capacity to use your language properly to transform chaos into order. God only knows how long it took the Mesopotamians to figure that out. The best they could do was dramatize it, but it's staggeringly brilliant. It's by no means obvious, and this chaos is a very strange thing. This is a chaos that God wrestled with at the beginning of time.

Chaos is half psychological and half real. There's no other way to really describe it. Chaos is what you encounter when you're blown into pieces and thrown into deep confusion-when your world falls apart, when your dreams die, when you're betrayed. It's the chaos that emerges, and the chaos is everything it wants, and it's too much for you. That's for sure. It pulls you down into the underworld, and that's where the dragons are. All you've got at that point is your capacity to bloody well keep your eyes open, and to speak as carefully and as clearly as you can. Maybe, if you're lucky, you'll get through it that way and come out the other side. It's taken people a very long time to figure that out, and it looks, to me, that the idea is erected on the platform of our ancient ancestors, maybe tens of millions of years ago, because we seem to represent that which disturbs us deeply using the same system that we used to represent serpentile, or other, carnivorous predators. ~ Jordan Peterson, Biblical Series, 1,
75:SECTION 1. Books for Serious Study
   Liber CCXX. (Liber AL vel Legis.) The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New Æon, and thus of the whole of our work.
   The Equinox. The standard Work of Reference in all occult matters. The Encyclopaedia of Initiation.
   Liber ABA (Book 4). A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers. In four parts: (1) Mysticism (2) Magical (Elementary Theory) (3) Magick in Theory and Practice (this book) (4) The Law.
   Liber II. The Message of the Master Therion. Explains the essence of the new Law in a very simple manner.
   Liber DCCCXXXVIII. The Law of Liberty. A further explanation of The Book of the Law in reference to certain ethical problems.
   Collected Works of A. Crowley. These works contain many mystical and magical secrets, both stated clearly in prose, and woven into the Robe of sublimest poesy.
   The Yi King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XVI], Oxford University Press.) The "Classic of Changes"; give the initiated Chinese system of Magick.
   The Tao Teh King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XXXIX].) Gives the initiated Chinese system of Mysticism.
   Tannhäuser, by A. Crowley. An allegorical drama concerning the Progress of the Soul; the Tannhäuser story slightly remodelled.
   The Upanishads. (S. B. E. Series [vols. I & XV.) The Classical Basis of Vedantism, the best-known form of Hindu Mysticism.
   The Bhagavad-gita. A dialogue in which Krishna, the Hindu "Christ", expounds a system of Attainment.
   The Voice of the Silence, by H.P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O.M. Frater O.M., 7°=48, is the most learned of all the Brethren of the Order; he has given eighteen years to the study of this masterpiece.
   Raja-Yoga, by Swami Vivekananda. An excellent elementary study of Hindu mysticism. His Bhakti-Yoga is also good.
   The Shiva Samhita. An account of various physical means of assisting the discipline of initiation. A famous Hindu treatise on certain physical practices.
   The Hathayoga Pradipika. Similar to the Shiva Samhita.
   The Aphorisms of Patanjali. A valuable collection of precepts pertaining to mystical attainment.
   The Sword of Song. A study of Christian theology and ethics, with a statement and solution of the deepest philosophical problems. Also contains the best account extant of Buddhism, compared with modern science.
   The Book of the Dead. A collection of Egyptian magical rituals.
   Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, by Eliphas Levi. The best general textbook of magical theory and practice for beginners. Written in an easy popular style.
   The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage. The best exoteric account of the Great Work, with careful instructions in procedure. This Book influenced and helped the Master Therion more than any other.
   The Goetia. The most intelligible of all the mediæval rituals of Evocation. Contains also the favourite Invocation of the Master Therion.
   Erdmann's History of Philosophy. A compendious account of philosophy from the earliest times. Most valuable as a general education of the mind.
   The Spiritual Guide of [Miguel de] Molinos. A simple manual of Christian Mysticism.
   The Star in the West. (Captain Fuller). An introduction to the study of the Works of Aleister Crowley.
   The Dhammapada. (S. B. E. Series [vol. X], Oxford University Press). The best of the Buddhist classics.
   The Questions of King Milinda. (S. B. E. Series [vols. XXXV & XXXVI].) Technical points of Buddhist dogma, illustrated bydialogues.
   Liber 777 vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticæ Viæ Explicandæ, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicam Sanctissimorum Scientiæ Summæ. A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English language.
   Varieties of Religious Experience (William James). Valuable as showing the uniformity of mystical attainment.
   Kabbala Denudata, von Rosenroth: also The Kabbalah Unveiled, by S.L. Mathers. The text of the Qabalah, with commentary. A good elementary introduction to the subject.
   Konx Om Pax [by Aleister Crowley]. Four invaluable treatises and a preface on Mysticism and Magick.
   The Pistis Sophia [translated by G.R.S. Mead or Violet McDermot]. An admirable introduction to the study of Gnosticism.
   The Oracles of Zoroaster [Chaldæan Oracles]. An invaluable collection of precepts mystical and magical.
   The Dream of Scipio, by Cicero. Excellent for its Vision and its Philosophy.
   The Golden Verses of Pythagoras, by Fabre d'Olivet. An interesting study of the exoteric doctrines of this Master.
   The Divine Pymander, by Hermes Trismegistus. Invaluable as bearing on the Gnostic Philosophy.
   The Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians, reprint of Franz Hartmann. An invaluable compendium.
   Scrutinium Chymicum [Atalanta Fugiens]¸ by Michael Maier. One of the best treatises on alchemy.
   Science and the Infinite, by Sidney Klein. One of the best essays written in recent years.
   Two Essays on the Worship of Priapus [A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus &c. &c. &c.], by Richard Payne Knight [and Thomas Wright]. Invaluable to all students.
   The Golden Bough, by J.G. Frazer. The textbook of Folk Lore. Invaluable to all students.
   The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine. Excellent, though elementary, as a corrective to superstition.
   Rivers of Life, by General Forlong. An invaluable textbook of old systems of initiation.
   Three Dialogues, by Bishop Berkeley. The Classic of Subjective Idealism.
   Essays of David Hume. The Classic of Academic Scepticism.
   First Principles by Herbert Spencer. The Classic of Agnosticism.
   Prolegomena [to any future Metaphysics], by Immanuel Kant. The best introduction to Metaphysics.
   The Canon [by William Stirling]. The best textbook of Applied Qabalah.
   The Fourth Dimension, by [Charles] H. Hinton. The best essay on the subject.
   The Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley. Masterpieces of philosophy, as of prose.
   ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA, Appendix I: Literature Recommended to Aspirants
76:How to Meditate
Deep meditation is a mental procedure that utilizes the nature of the mind to systematically bring the mind to rest. If the mind is given the opportunity, it will go to rest with no effort. That is how the mind works.
Indeed, effort is opposed to the natural process of deep meditation. The mind always seeks the path of least resistance to express itself. Most of the time this is by making more and more thoughts. But it is also possible to create a situation in the mind that turns the path of least resistance into one leading to fewer and fewer thoughts. And, very soon, no thoughts at all. This is done by using a particular thought in a particular way. The thought is called a mantra.
For our practice of deep meditation, we will use the thought - I AM. This will be our mantra.
It is for the sound that we will use I AM, not for the meaning of it.
The meaning has an obvious significance in English, and I AM has a religious meaning in the English Bible as well. But we will not use I AM for the meaning - only for the sound. We can also spell it AYAM. No meaning there, is there? Only the sound. That is what we want. If your first language is not English, you may spell the sound phonetically in your own language if you wish. No matter how we spell it, it will be the same sound. The power of the sound ...I AM... is great when thought inside. But only if we use a particular procedure. Knowing this procedure is the key to successful meditation. It is very simple. So simple that we will devote many pages here to discussing how to keep it simple, because we all have a tendency to make things more complicated. Maintaining simplicity is the key to right meditation.
Here is the procedure of deep meditation: While sitting comfortably with eyes closed, we'll just relax. We will notice thoughts, streams of thoughts. That is fine. We just let them go by without minding them. After about a minute, we gently introduce the mantra, ...I AM...
We think the mantra in a repetition very easily inside. The speed of repetition may vary, and we do not mind it. We do not intone the mantra out loud. We do not deliberately locate the mantra in any particular part of the body. Whenever we realize we are not thinking the mantra inside anymore, we come back to it easily. This may happen many times in a sitting, or only once or twice. It doesn't matter. We follow this procedure of easily coming back to the mantra when we realize we are off it for the predetermined time of our meditation session. That's it.
Very simple.
Typically, the way we will find ourselves off the mantra will be in a stream of other thoughts. This is normal. The mind is a thought machine, remember? Making thoughts is what it does. But, if we are meditating, as soon as we realize we are off into a stream of thoughts, no matter how mundane or profound, we just easily go back to the mantra.
Like that. We don't make a struggle of it. The idea is not that we have to be on the mantra all the time. That is not the objective. The objective is to easily go back to it when we realize we are off it. We just favor the mantra with our attention when we notice we are not thinking it. If we are back into a stream of other thoughts five seconds later, we don't try and force the thoughts out. Thoughts are a normal part of the deep meditation process. We just ease back to the mantra again. We favor it.
Deep meditation is a going toward, not a pushing away from. We do that every single time with the mantra when we realize we are off it - just easily favoring it. It is a gentle persuasion. No struggle. No fuss. No iron willpower or mental heroics are necessary for this practice. All such efforts are away from the simplicity of deep meditation and will reduce its effectiveness.
As we do this simple process of deep meditation, we will at some point notice a change in the character of our inner experience. The mantra may become very refined and fuzzy. This is normal. It is perfectly all right to think the mantra in a very refined and fuzzy way if this is the easiest. It should always be easy - never a struggle. Other times, we may lose track of where we are for a while, having no mantra, or stream of thoughts either. This is fine too. When we realize we have been off somewhere, we just ease back to the mantra again. If we have been very settled with the mantra being barely recognizable, we can go back to that fuzzy level of it, if it is the easiest. As the mantra refines, we are riding it inward with our attention to progressively deeper levels of inner silence in the mind. So it is normal for the mantra to become very faint and fuzzy. We cannot force this to happen. It will happen naturally as our nervous system goes through its many cycles ofinner purification stimulated by deep meditation. When the mantra refines, we just go with it. And when the mantra does not refine, we just be with it at whatever level is easy. No struggle. There is no objective to attain, except to continue the simple procedure we are describing here.

When and Where to Meditate
How long and how often do we meditate? For most people, twenty minutes is the best duration for a meditation session. It is done twice per day, once before the morning meal and day's activity, and then again before the evening meal and evening's activity.
Try to avoid meditating right after eating or right before bed.
Before meal and activity is the ideal time. It will be most effective and refreshing then. Deep meditation is a preparation for activity, and our results over time will be best if we are active between our meditation sessions. Also, meditation is not a substitute for sleep. The ideal situation is a good balance between meditation, daily activity and normal sleep at night. If we do this, our inner experience will grow naturally over time, and our outer life will become enriched by our growing inner silence.
A word on how to sit in meditation: The first priority is comfort. It is not desirable to sit in a way that distracts us from the easy procedure of meditation. So sitting in a comfortable chair with back support is a good way to meditate. Later on, or if we are already familiar, there can be an advantage to sitting with legs crossed, also with back support. But always with comfort and least distraction being the priority. If, for whatever reason, crossed legs are not feasible for us, we will do just fine meditating in our comfortable chair. There will be no loss of the benefits.
Due to commitments we may have, the ideal routine of meditation sessions will not always be possible. That is okay. Do the best you can and do not stress over it. Due to circumstances beyond our control, sometimes the only time we will have to meditate will be right after a meal, or even later in the evening near bedtime. If meditating at these times causes a little disruption in our system, we will know it soon enough and make the necessary adjustments. The main thing is that we do our best to do two meditations every day, even if it is only a short session between our commitments. Later on, we will look at the options we have to make adjustments to address varying outer circumstances, as well as inner experiences that can come up.
Before we go on, you should try a meditation. Find a comfortable place to sit where you are not likely to be interrupted and do a short meditation, say ten minutes, and see how it goes. It is a toe in the water.
Make sure to take a couple of minutes at the end sitting easily without doing the procedure of meditation. Then open your eyes slowly. Then read on here.
As you will see, the simple procedure of deep meditation and it's resulting experiences will raise some questions. We will cover many of them here.
So, now we will move into the practical aspects of deep meditation - your own experiences and initial symptoms of the growth of your own inner silence. ~ Yogani, Deep Meditation,
77:[The Gods and Their Worlds]

   [...] According to traditions and occult schools, all these zones of realities, these planes of realities have got different names; they have been classified in a different way, but there is an essential analogy, and if you go back far enough into the traditions, you see only the words changing according to the country and the language. Even now, the experiences of Western occultists and those of Eastern occultists offer great similarities. All who set out on the discovery of these invisible worlds and make a report of what they saw, give a very similar description, whether they be from here or there; they use different words, but the experience is very similar and the handling of forces is the same.

   This knowledge of the occult worlds is based on the existence of subtle bodies and of subtle worlds corresponding to those bodies. They are what the psychological method calls "states of consciousness", but these states of consciousness really correspond to worlds. The occult procedure consists then in being aware of these various inner states of being or subtle bodies and in becoming sufficiently a master of them so as to be able to go out of them successively, one after another. There is indeed a whole scale of subtleties, increasing or decreasing according to the direction in which you go, and the occult procedure consists in going out of a denser body into a subtler body and so on again, up to the most ethereal regions. You go, by successive exteriorisations, into bodies or worlds more and more subtle. It is somewhat as if every time you passed into another dimension. The fourth dimension of the physicists is nothing but the scientific transcription of an occult knowledge. To give another image, one can say that the physical body is at the centre - it is the most material, the densest and also the smallest - and the inner bodies, more subtle, overflow more and more the central physical body; they pass through it, extending themselves farther and farther, like water evaporating from a porous vase and forming a kind of steam all around. And the greater the subtlety, the more the extension tends to unite with that of the universe: one ends by universalising oneself. And it is altogether a concrete process which gives an objective experience of invisible worlds and even enables one to act in these worlds.

   There are, then, only a very small number of people in the West who know that these gods are not merely subjective and imaginary - more or less wildly imaginary - but that they correspond to a universal truth.

   All these regions, all these domains are filled with beings who exist, each in its own domain, and if you are awake and conscious on a particular plane - for instance, if on going out of a more material body you awake on some higher plane, you have the same relation with the things and people of that plane as you had with the things and people of the material world. That is to say, there exists an entirely objective relation that has nothing to do with the idea you may have of these things. Naturally, the resemblance is greater and greater as you approach the physical world, the material world, and there even comes a time when the one region has a direct action upon the other. In any case, in what Sri Aurobindo calls the overmental worlds, you will find a concrete reality absolutely independent of your personal experience; you go back there and again find the same things, with the differences that have occurred during your absence. And you have relations with those beings that are identical with the relations you have with physical beings, with this difference that the relation is more plastic, supple and direct - for example, there is the capacity to change the external form, the visible form, according to the inner state you are in. But you can make an appointment with someone and be at the appointed place and find the same being again, with certain differences that have come about during your absence; it is entirely concrete with results entirely concrete.

   One must have at least a little of this experience in order to understand these things. Otherwise, those who are convinced that all this is mere human imagination and mental formation, who believe that these gods have such and such a form because men have thought them to be like that, and that they have certain defects and certain qualities because men have thought them to be like that - all those who say that God is made in the image of man and that he exists only in human thought, all these will not understand; to them this will appear absolutely ridiculous, madness. One must have lived a little, touched the subject a little, to know how very concrete the thing is.

   Naturally, children know a good deal if they have not been spoilt. There are so many children who return every night to the same place and continue to live the life they have begun there. When these faculties are not spoilt with age, you can keep them with you. At a time when I was especially interested in dreams, I could return exactly to a place and continue a work that I had begun: supervise something, for example, set something in order, a work of organisation or of discovery, of exploration. You go until you reach a certain spot, as you would go in life, then you take a rest, then you return and begin again - you begin the work at the place where you left off and you continue it. And you perceive that there are things which are quite independent of you, in the sense that changes of which you are not at all the author, have taken place automatically during your absence.

   But for this, you must live these experiences yourself, you must see them yourself, live them with sufficient sincerity and spontaneity in order to see that they are independent of any mental formation. For you can do the opposite also, and deepen the study of the action of mental formation upon events. This is very interesting, but it is another domain. And this study makes you very careful, very prudent, because you become aware of how far you can delude yourself. So you must study both, the dream and the occult reality, in order to see what is the essential difference between the two. The one depends upon us; the other exists in itself; entirely independent of the thought that we have of it.

   When you have worked in that domain, you recognise in fact that once a subject has been studied and something has been learnt mentally, it gives a special colour to the experience; the experience may be quite spontaneous and sincere, but the simple fact that the subject was known and studied lends a particular quality. Whereas if you had learnt nothing about the question, if you knew nothing at all, the transcription would be completely spontaneous and sincere when the experience came; it would be more or less adequate, but it would not be the outcome of a previous mental formation.

   Naturally, this occult knowledge or this experience is not very frequent in the world, because in those who do not have a developed inner life, there are veritable gaps between the external consciousness and the inmost consciousness; the linking states of being are missing and they have to be constructed. So when people enter there for the first time, they are bewildered, they have the impression they have fallen into the night, into nothingness, into non-being!

   I had a Danish friend, a painter, who was like that. He wanted me to teach him how to go out of the body; he used to have interesting dreams and thought that it would be worth the trouble to go there consciously. So I made him "go out" - but it was a frightful thing! When he was dreaming, a part of his mind still remained conscious, active, and a kind of link existed between this active part and his external being; then he remembered some of his dreams, but it was a very partial phenomenon. And to go out of one's body means to pass gradually through all the states of being, if one does the thing systematically. Well, already in the subtle physical, one is almost de-individualised, and when one goes farther, there remains nothing, for nothing is formed or individualised.

   Thus, when people are asked to meditate or told to go within, to enter into themselves, they are in agony - naturally! They have the impression that they are vanishing. And with reason: there is nothing, no consciousness!

   These things that appear to us quite natural and evident, are, for people who know nothing, wild imagination. If, for example, you transplant these experiences or this knowledge to the West, well, unless you have been frequenting the circles of occultists, they stare at you with open eyes. And when you have turned your back, they hasten to say, "These people are cranks!" Now to come back to the gods and conclude. It must be said that all those beings who have never had an earthly existence - gods or demons, invisible beings and powers - do not possess what the Divine has put into man: the psychic being. And this psychic being gives to man true love, charity, compassion, a deep kindness, which compensate for all his external defects.

   In the gods there is no fault because they live according to their own nature, spontaneously and without constraint: as gods, it is their manner of being. But if you take a higher point of view, if you have a higher vision, a vision of the whole, you see that they lack certain qualities that are exclusively human. By his capacity of love and self-giving, man can have as much power as the gods and even more, when he is not egoistic, when he has surmounted his egoism.

   If he fulfils the required condition, man is nearer to the Supreme than the gods are. He can be nearer. He is not so automatically, but he has the power to be so, the potentiality.

   If human love manifested itself without mixture, it would be all-powerful. Unfortunately, in human love there is as much love of oneself as of the one loved; it is not a love that makes you forget yourself. - 4 November 1958

   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother III, 355
78:Mental Education

OF ALL lines of education, mental education is the most widely known and practised, yet except in a few rare cases there are gaps which make it something very incomplete and in the end quite insufficient.

   Generally speaking, schooling is considered to be all the mental education that is necessary. And when a child has been made to undergo, for a number of years, a methodical training which is more like cramming than true schooling, it is considered that whatever is necessary for his mental development has been done. Nothing of the kind. Even conceding that the training is given with due measure and discrimination and does not permanently damage the brain, it cannot impart to the human mind the faculties it needs to become a good and useful instrument. The schooling that is usually given can, at the most, serve as a system of gymnastics to increase the suppleness of the brain. From this standpoint, each branch of human learning represents a special kind of mental gymnastics, and the verbal formulations given to these various branches each constitute a special and well-defined language.

   A true mental education, which will prepare man for a higher life, has five principal phases. Normally these phases follow one after another, but in exceptional individuals they may alternate or even proceed simultaneously. These five phases, in brief, are:

   (1) Development of the power of concentration, the capacity of attention.
   (2) Development of the capacities of expansion, widening, complexity and richness.
   (3) Organisation of one's ideas around a central idea, a higher ideal or a supremely luminous idea that will serve as a guide in life.
   (4) Thought-control, rejection of undesirable thoughts, to become able to think only what one wants and when one wants.
   (5) Development of mental silence, perfect calm and a more and more total receptivity to inspirations coming from the higher regions of the being.

   It is not possible to give here all the details concerning the methods to be employed in the application of these five phases of education to different individuals. Still, a few explanations on points of detail can be given.

   Undeniably, what most impedes mental progress in children is the constant dispersion of their thoughts. Their thoughts flutter hither and thither like butterflies and they have to make a great effort to fix them. Yet this capacity is latent in them, for when you succeed in arousing their interest, they are capable of a good deal of attention. By his ingenuity, therefore, the educator will gradually help the child to become capable of a sustained effort of attention and a faculty of more and more complete absorption in the work in hand. All methods that can develop this faculty of attention from games to rewards are good and can all be utilised according to the need and the circumstances. But it is the psychological action that is most important and the sovereign method is to arouse in the child an interest in what you want to teach him, a liking for work, a will to progress. To love to learn is the most precious gift that one can give to a child: to love to learn always and everywhere, so that all circumstances, all happenings in life may be constantly renewed opportunities for learning more and always more.

   For that, to attention and concentration should be added observation, precise recording and faithfulness of memory. This faculty of observation can be developed by varied and spontaneous exercises, making use of every opportunity that presents itself to keep the child's thought wakeful, alert and prompt. The growth of the understanding should be stressed much more than that of memory. One knows well only what one has understood. Things learnt by heart, mechanically, fade away little by little and finally disappear; what is understood is never forgotten. Moreover, you must never refuse to explain to a child the how and the why of things. If you cannot do it yourself, you must direct the child to those who are qualified to answer or point out to him some books that deal with the question. In this way you will progressively awaken in the child the taste for true study and the habit of making a persistent effort to know.

   This will bring us quite naturally to the second phase of development in which the mind should be widened and enriched.

   You will gradually show the child that everything can become an interesting subject for study if it is approached in the right way. The life of every day, of every moment, is the best school of all, varied, complex, full of unexpected experiences, problems to be solved, clear and striking examples and obvious consequences. It is so easy to arouse healthy curiosity in children, if you answer with intelligence and clarity the numerous questions they ask. An interesting reply to one readily brings others in its train and so the attentive child learns without effort much more than he usually does in the classroom. By a choice made with care and insight, you should also teach him to enjoy good reading-matter which is both instructive and attractive. Do not be afraid of anything that awakens and pleases his imagination; imagination develops the creative mental faculty and through it study becomes living and the mind develops in joy.

   In order to increase the suppleness and comprehensiveness of his mind, one should see not only that he studies many varied topics, but above all that a single subject is approached in various ways, so that the child understands in a practical manner that there are many ways of facing the same intellectual problem, of considering it and solving it. This will remove all rigidity from his brain and at the same time it will make his thinking richer and more supple and prepare it for a more complex and comprehensive synthesis. In this way also the child will be imbued with the sense of the extreme relativity of mental learning and, little by little, an aspiration for a truer source of knowledge will awaken in him.

   Indeed, as the child grows older and progresses in his studies, his mind too ripens and becomes more and more capable of forming general ideas, and with them almost always comes a need for certitude, for a knowledge that is stable enough to form the basis of a mental construction which will permit all the diverse and scattered and often contradictory ideas accumulated in his brain to be organised and put in order. This ordering is indeed very necessary if one is to avoid chaos in one's thoughts. All contradictions can be transformed into complements, but for that one must discover the higher idea that will have the power to bring them harmoniously together. It is always good to consider every problem from all possible standpoints so as to avoid partiality and exclusiveness; but if the thought is to be active and creative, it must, in every case, be the natural and logical synthesis of all the points of view adopted. And if you want to make the totality of your thoughts into a dynamic and constructive force, you must also take great care as to the choice of the central idea of your mental synthesis; for upon that will depend the value of this synthesis. The higher and larger the central idea and the more universal it is, rising above time and space, the more numerous and the more complex will be the ideas, notions and thoughts which it will be able to organise and harmonise.

   It goes without saying that this work of organisation cannot be done once and for all. The mind, if it is to keep its vigour and youth, must progress constantly, revise its notions in the light of new knowledge, enlarge its frame-work to include fresh notions and constantly reclassify and reorganise its thoughts, so that each of them may find its true place in relation to the others and the whole remain harmonious and orderly.

   All that has just been said concerns the speculative mind, the mind that learns. But learning is only one aspect of mental activity; the other, which is at least equally important, is the constructive faculty, the capacity to form and thus prepare action. This very important part of mental activity has rarely been the subject of any special study or discipline. Only those who want, for some reason, to exercise a strict control over their mental activities think of observing and disciplining this faculty of formation; and as soon as they try it, they have to face difficulties so great that they appear almost insurmountable.

   And yet control over this formative activity of the mind is one of the most important aspects of self-education; one can say that without it no mental mastery is possible. As far as study is concerned, all ideas are acceptable and should be included in the synthesis, whose very function is to become more and more rich and complex; but where action is concerned, it is just the opposite. The ideas that are accepted for translation into action should be strictly controlled and only those that agree with the general trend of the central idea forming the basis of the mental synthesis should be permitted to express themselves in action. This means that every thought entering the mental consciousness should be set before the central idea; if it finds a logical place among the thoughts already grouped, it will be admitted into the synthesis; if not, it will be rejected so that it can have no influence on the action. This work of mental purification should be done very regularly in order to secure a complete control over one's actions.

   For this purpose, it is good to set apart some time every day when one can quietly go over one's thoughts and put one's synthesis in order. Once the habit is acquired, you can maintain control over your thoughts even during work and action, allowing only those which are useful for what you are doing to come to the surface. Particularly, if you have continued to cultivate the power of concentration and attention, only the thoughts that are needed will be allowed to enter the active external consciousness and they then become all the more dynamic and effective. And if, in the intensity of concentration, it becomes necessary not to think at all, all mental vibration can be stilled and an almost total silence secured. In this silence one can gradually open to the higher regions of the mind and learn to record the inspirations that come from there.

   But even before reaching this point, silence in itself is supremely useful, because in most people who have a somewhat developed and active mind, the mind is never at rest. During the day, its activity is kept under a certain control, but at night, during the sleep of the body, the control of the waking state is almost completely removed and the mind indulges in activities which are sometimes excessive and often incoherent. This creates a great stress which leads to fatigue and the diminution of the intellectual faculties.

   The fact is that like all the other parts of the human being, the mind too needs rest and it will not have this rest unless we know how to provide it. The art of resting one's mind is something to be acquired. Changing one's mental activity is certainly one way of resting; but the greatest possible rest is silence. And as far as the mental faculties are concerned a few minutes passed in the calm of silence are a more effective rest than hours of sleep.

   When one has learned to silence the mind at will and to concentrate it in receptive silence, then there will be no problem that cannot be solved, no mental difficulty whose solution cannot be found. When it is agitated, thought becomes confused and impotent; in an attentive tranquillity, the light can manifest itself and open up new horizons to man's capacity. Bulletin, November 1951

   ~ The Mother, On Education,
79:During a period of nearly fifty years... [Sri Aurobindo] created what is probably the greatest epic in the English language… I venture the judgment that it is the most comprehensive, integrated, beautiful and perfect cosmic poem ever composed. It ranges symbolically from a primordial cosmic void, through earth’s darkness and struggles, to the highest realms of supramental spiritual existence, and illumines every important concern of man, through verse of unparalleled massiveness, magnificence, and metaphorical brilliance. Savitri is perhaps the most powerful artistic work in the world for expanding man’s mind towards the Absolute». ~ Raymond Frank Piper,
80:The words of language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my mechanism of thought. The physical entities which seem to serve as elements in thought are certain signs and more or less clear images. ~ Albert Einstein

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1:Language is filled ~ Susan Griffin
2:My first language is Gaelic. ~ Enya
3:the power of language ~ Mitch Albom
4:language and attitude ~ Marcia Clark
5:Language betrays, ~ Terence McKenna
6:Everything is language. ~ Octavio Paz
7:Who could trust language? ~ Anne Rice
8:because the Pirahã language ~ Anonymous
9:Language is insight itself. ~ Confucius
10:Speak with the language of love. ~ Rumi
11:BOOKS… "The Loom of Language ~ Malcolm X
12:language is never neutral ~ Paulo Freire
13:All language is political. ~ Robin Lakoff
14:Empty words degrade language. ~ Toba Beta
15:French was my first language. ~ Bob Cousy
16:Verbing weirds language. ~ Bill Watterson
17:A feast of languages ~ William Shakespeare
18:All language is a longing for home. ~ Rumi
19:Language has not the power to ~ John Clare
20:Precision of language, Jonah. ~ Lois Lowry
21:We are suspended in language. ~ Niels Bohr
22:All women speak two languages: ~ Mohja Kahf
23:device in your native language. ~ Anonymous
24:Language is always evolving. ~ Erik Qualman
25:Mathematics is a language ~ J Willard Gibbs
26:A language Older Than Words ~ Derrick Jensen
27:Language is never innocent. ~ Roland Barthes
28:language is no way to communicate ~ Joe Hill
29:Music is the soul of language. ~ Max Heindel
30:Poetry is language in orbit. ~ Seamus Heaney
31:The language of truth is simple. ~ Euripides
32:adult language. Twang…heh, heh, ~ Peter James
33:Coffee is a language in itself. ~ Jackie Chan
34:Curses and foul language! ~ Chris Grabenstein
35:Music is the language of heaven. ~ Levon Helm
36:Shakespeare trascends language ~ Gayle Forman
37:Smiles are the language of love. ~ David Hare
38:Dreams are the language of God. ~ Paulo Coelho
39:Every language has its own music. ~ Sid Caesar
40:In language clarity is everything. ~ Confucius
41:Jonas was careful about language. ~ Lois Lowry
42:Music is the language of memory ~ Jodi Picoult
43:Music is the universal language. ~ Swizz Beatz
44:Words weren't her language. ~ Roseanna M White
45:A boy trying out a man's language. ~ Eowyn Ivey
46:Chitchat debases a language. ~ Jean Paul Sartre
47:Hands have their own language. ~ Simon Van Booy
48:Language always gives you away. ~ George Carlin
49:Language is a social event. ~ Richard Rodriguez
50:Language is butchered by the media ~ Don Watson
51:Language is fossil poetry ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
52:...language is never innocent. ~ Roland Barthes
53:Language is the only homeland. ~ Czes aw Mi osz
54:Language is the only homeland. ~ Czeslaw Milosz
55:The Dream of a Common Language ~ Cheryl Strayed
56:The world speaks many languages, ~ Paulo Coelho
57:Anguish is the universal language ~ Alice Fulton
58:As humans we speak one language. ~ Avril Lavigne
59:Language changes very fast. ~ John Maynard Smith
60:Language is fossil Poetry. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
61:Language is memory and metaphor. ~ Storm Jameson
62:Language is wine upon the lips. ~ Virginia Woolf
63:Photography is my only language. ~ Andre Kertesz
64:Suffering belongs to no language. ~ Adelia Prado
65:The world is God's language to us. ~ Simone Weil
66:Usage is the best language teacher. ~ Quintilian
67:Anguish is the universal language. ~ Alice Fulton
68:everyone smiles in the same language. ~ Anonymous
69:I'm pretty good with languages. ~ Marisol Nichols
70:Language disguises thought. ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
71:Tears are the silent language of grief ~ Voltaire
72:The chief merit of language is clearness. ~ Galen
73:Your body language shapes who you are ~ Amy Cuddy
74:Abstraction is an esoteric language. ~ Eric Fischl
75:A language is everything you do. ~ Margaret Atwood
76:Body language is incredibly revealing. ~ Anonymous
77:I have a disease; I see language. ~ Roland Barthes
78:I'm flatulent in many languages. ~ John R Erickson
79:I’m flatulent in many languages. ~ John R Erickson
80:Language does not make one an elite. ~ Irrfan Khan
81:Language is also a place of struggle. ~ Bell Hooks
82:Language is the charnel house of man. ~ C E Morgan
83:Language is the dress of thought. ~ Samuel Johnson
84:Language is the tool of the tools ~ Lev S Vygotsky
85:Language knew. Language remembered. ~ Melissa Grey
86:Poetry is the memory of language ~ Jacques Roubaud
87:Silence is no weakness of language. ~ Edmond Jabes
88:Tears are the silent language of grief. ~ Voltaire
89:The language of nature is silence. ~ Bryant McGill
90:There is another language beyond language, ~ Rumi
91:A language is a map of our failures ~ Adrienne Rich
92:Clover['s] eyes are full of language. ~ Anne Sexton
93:Don’t use language instrumentally ~ Jordan Peterson
94:—Elka Cloke, This Bitter Language ~ Cassandra Clare
95:Language is a social art. ~ Willard Van Orman Quine
96:Language is more fashion than science ~ Bill Bryson
97:Peace is the language we must speak. ~ Pope Francis
98:SILENCE is the best language. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
99:Some things defy language itself. ~ Sylvain Reynard
100:Story is the language of the heart. ~ John Eldredge
101:Doing TV is a different kind of language. ~ Tim Roth
102:Go beyond language. Go beyond thought. ~ Bodhidharma
103:I was always influenced by language. ~ Helen Dunmore
104:I was very adept at acquiring languages. ~ Anna Held
105:Language is the light of the mind ~ John Stuart Mill
106:Laughter is the language of the soul. ~ Pablo Neruda
107:Talk to people in their own language. ~ Lee Iacocca
108:There is no language without deceit. ~ Italo Calvino
109:All language is but a poor translation. ~ Franz Kafka
110:Don’t use language instrumentally ~ Jordan B Peterson
111:Every man prays in his own language. ~ Duke Ellington
112:Everyone smiles in the same language. ~ George Carlin
113:"Go beyond language.Go beyond thought." ~ Bodhidharma
114:Go beyond language. Go beyond thought. ~ Bodhidharma,
115:High thoughts must have high language. ~ Aristophanes
116:How many languages do we really speak? ~ Alfredo Jaar
117:I have a good ear for languages. ~ Harry Dean Stanton
118:I've always loved rhyming. I love language. ~ Mos Def
119:I want to start where language ends. ~ Antony Gormley
120:Language buries, but does not resurrect. ~ John Green
121:Language is a weapon, keep it honed! ~ Kurt Tucholsky
122:Language is the light of the mind. ~ John Stuart Mill
123:Language was invented to ask questions. ~ Eric Hoffer
124:Math is the language of the universe. ~ Lucas Grabeel
125:My programming language was solder. ~ Terry Pratchett
126:No means yes in grasshopper language. ~ Noel Fielding
127:Simple is the language of truth. ~ Seneca the Younger
128:We are bees then; our honey is language. ~ Robert Bly
129:All language is an aspiration to music. ~ Steve Almond
130:Because sarcasm is my native language. ~ Maddy Edwards
131:Eyes...They speak all languages. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
132:Faire language grates not the tongue. ~ George Herbert
133:Grammar is the analysis of language. ~ Edgar Allan Poe
134:I feed on good soup, not beautiful language. ~ Moliere
135:I had to know at least two languages. ~ Novak Djokovic
136:I see tendencies, I see body language. ~ Michael Chang
137:I spoke his language; I was fluent in shy. ~ C L Stone
138:It is by metaphor that language grows. ~ Julian Jaynes
139:Jazz is the language of the emotions. ~ Charles Mingus
140:Love is language that cannot be said, or heard. ~ Rumi
141:Men's language is as their lives. ~ Seneca the Younger
142:Music is a universal language. ~ Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy
143:The most satisfying of languages, Latin. ~ Donna Tartt
144:Touch is the first language we speak. ~ Stephen Gaskin
145:Typography is what language looks like. ~ Ellen Lupton
146:You speak the language far better than ~ Simon Scarrow
147:Acting is not my language at all. ~ Mikhail Baryshnikov
148:A mind enclosed in language is in prison. ~ Simone Weil
149:Ay, is it not a language I speak? ~ William Shakespeare
150:Even when people can't speak your language, ~ Pat Nixon
151:I am the only language I can understand. ~ Alice Notley
152:I want a language that speaks the truth. ~ Studs Terkel
153:I went with my very being toward language. ~ Paul Celan
154:Languages are the keys of science. ~ Jean de la Bruyere
155:Languages are the pedigree of nations. ~ Samuel Johnson
156:Music is indeed the Universal Language. ~ L Ron Hubbard
157:Music truly is the universal language. ~ Herbie Hancock
158:Skype hopes to ‘cross the language boundary ~ Anonymous
159:The eyes have one language everywhere. ~ George Herbert
160:the reach of language can be laughable ~ Kelly Corrigan
161:We live at the level of our language. ~ Ellen Gilchrist
162:What you say matters, not the language, ~ Chetan Bhagat
163:Accounting is the language of business. ~ Warren Buffett
164:Armenian is the language to speak with God. ~ Lord Byron
165:Begging is not the language of love. ~ Swami Vivekananda
166:Dance is the hidden language of the soul ~ Martha Graham
167:Go back so far there is another language ~ Adrienne Rich
168:He who has two languages has two souls. ~ Quintus Ennius
169:I can ask for cigarettes in every language ~ David Bowie
170:Ideas do not exist separately from language. ~ Karl Marx
171:If we had no language we'd have nothing. ~ Toni Morrison
172:I love language as I love life itself! ~ Jacques Derrida
173:I read for the language, not the story. ~ Laura Moriarty
174:I've always been very tied to language. ~ Barbara Kruger
175:Language is the machine of the poet. ~ Thomas B Macaulay
176:Language is the medium of our thoughts. ~ Frederick Lenz
177:Music is the soul of language.

~ Max Heindel
178:"No language exists that cannot be misused." ~ Carl Jung
179:No new world without a new language. ~ Ingeborg Bachmann
180:Sarcasm is the language of the devil. ~ Barbara Delinsky
181:Silence is the only language god speaks. ~ Charles Simic
182:The language that reveals also obscures. ~ Wendell Berry
183:Arabs respect only the language of force. ~ Moshe Sharett
184:As was his language so was his life. ~ Seneca the Younger
185:Desperation translates into every language. ~ Nicola Yoon
186:I write because I love to play with language. ~ W H Auden
187:Languages shape the way we think, or don't. ~ Erik Naggum
188:Musicians are not so concerned with language. ~ Ry Cooder
189:poetry as a language within a language, ~ Walter Isaacson
190:Shit is universal no matter which language. ~ Don DeLillo
191:Smile is the language that everyone understands ~ Unknown
192:Super 8 film is the language of silence. ~ Rebecca McNutt
193:Tears are the noble language of the eye. ~ Robert Herrick
194:They were speaking the language of Heaven ~ Jamie McGuire
195:Body language is more powerful than words. ~ Ricky Gervais
196:Empathy is even better than talking in one language ~ Rumi
197:Experience is always larger than language. ~ Adrienne Rich
198:Feeling is the language of the soul. ~ Neale Donald Walsch
199:he also stopped using inside language like ~ Donald Miller
200:I know what the structure of the language is. ~ Kurt Loder
201:I prefer perfumery, it’s the language of love. ~ Jan Moran
202:I think of language as our first music. ~ Yusef Komunyakaa
203:Jazz music is a language of the emotions. ~ Charles Mingus
204:JS will be a real functional language. ~ Douglas Crockford
205:Knowledge travels in the baggage of languages. ~ Anonymous
206:Language is an old-growth forest of the mind. ~ Wade Davis
207:Language is a virus from outer space ~ William S Burroughs
208:Language is the archives of history. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
209:Language is the key to the heart of people. ~ Ahmed Deedat
210:Language lacks the power to describe Faith. ~ Mohsin Hamid
211:Languages are true analytical methods. ~ Antoine Lavoisier
212:Poetry is language playing with itself. ~ Harryette Mullen
213:poetry is where the language is renewed. ~ Margaret Atwood
214:Silence is God's first language. ~ Saint John of the Cross
215:staggering out of Language, into language ~ China Mi ville
216:The misuse of language induces evil in the soul ~ Socrates
217:The only love language is 'die to self.' ~ Christine Caine
218:The stupid girl thinks Muslim is a language. ~ Jill Ciment
219:Today’s “Dialect” Is Tomorrow’s “Language ~ John McWhorter
220:War is what happens when language fails. ~ Margaret Atwood
221:Language can be very adept at hiding the truth. ~ Dan Brown
222:Language cannot say everything, fortunately. ~ Mason Cooley
223:Language is a form of organized stutter. ~ Marshall McLuhan
224:Language is a machine for making falsehoods. ~ Iris Murdoch
225:Language is a virus from outer space. ~ William S Burroughs
226:Language too is a brake upon social change. ~ Julian Jaynes
227:Language uses us as much as we use language. ~ Robin Lakoff
228:Language was not given to man: he seized it. ~ Louis Aragon
229:Lisp isn't a language, it's a building material. ~ Alan Kay
230:Music transcends the boundaries of language. ~ Heather Wolf
231:My subconscious speaks in a foreign language. ~ Deb Caletti
232:nunna daul Tsuny in the Cherokee language, ~ Mark Kurlansky
233:Our language is the reflection of ourselves. ~ Cesar Chavez
234:The misuse of language induces evil in the soul. ~ Socrates
235:There is a pride in speaking this language. ~ Bernard Pivot
236:What kind of life exists without language? ~ Paul Kalanithi
237:What mortal creations are language and memory! ~ Leif Enger
238:Who wants to make the language of dreams? ~ Austin Grossman
239:Why” is always an accusation, in any language. ~ Chris Voss
240:You need a team that speaks your language. ~ Bahman Ghobadi
241:Before language was a trap, when it was a maze. ~ Max Porter
242:I can understand bitchiness in any language. ~ Richelle Mead
243:I die for speaking the language of the angels. ~ Joan of Arc
244:I love it when you talk my language, ice-boy. ~ Julie Kagawa
245:In some ways, pain is the opposite of language. ~ John Green
246:Language falters where contempt flourishes. ~ Eugene Thacker
247:Language is by its very nature a communal thing. ~ T E Hulme
248:Languages are not strangers to on another. ~ Walter Benjamin
249:Love will heal
What language fails to know ~ Eavan Boland
250:Lying is simply the soul’s ideal language. ~ Fernando Pessoa
251:Mastery of language affords remarkable power. ~ Frantz Fanon
252:Nothing exists except through language. ~ Hans Georg Gadamer
253:Only where there is language is there world. ~ Adrienne Rich
254:Painting is by nature a luminous language. ~ Robert Delaunay
255:Riot is the language of the unheard. ~ Martin Luther King Jr
256:Samskrit is the greatest language of the world. ~ Max Muller
257:Sometimes, language is the sound of longing ~ Simon Van Booy
258:The Bible is God's Word given in man's language ~ Max Lucado
259:What I hide by my language, my body utters. ~ Roland Barthes
260:Action is the universal language of success. ~ Steve Maraboli
261:A riot is the language of the unheard ~ Martin Luther King Jr
262:As writers we need to crack open language. ~ Natalie Goldberg
263:A thing well said will be wit in all languages. ~ John Dryden
264:Authenticity is the language of visionaries. ~ Andrena Sawyer
265:beautifully bungled prepositions. Language, ~ Gary Shteyngart
266:Finality is not the language of politics. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
267:If you ask me, music is the language of memory ~ Jodi Picoult
268:I have said that Mr. Trump's language is divisive. ~ Jeb Bush
269:In lovesickness we had found a common language. ~ Aspen Matis
270:insights emerging from their primary language ~ Kelly M Kapic
271:Language helps form the limits of our reality. ~ Dale Spender
272:...language is not the frosting, it's the cake. ~ Tom Robbins
273:Language usage always has a political context. ~ Jackson Katz
274:Laughter is the language of the heart ~ Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
275:My cat speaks sign language with her tail. ~ Robert A M Stern
276:My love translated sounds like a dead language. ~ Salma Deera
277:Nature is written in mathematical language. ~ Galileo Galilei
278:Sin is the native language in every ZIP code. ~ Matt Chandler
279:Teach me to speak the language of men. ~ Edgar Rice Burroughs
280:Two nations divided by a common language. ~ Winston Churchill
281:We inhabit a language rather than a country. ~ Emile M Cioran
282:You can't eat language but it eases thirst. ~ Bernard Malamud
283:A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander. ~ Timothy Ferriss
284:A riot is the language of the unheard. ~ Martin Luther King Jr
285:Being that can be understood is language. ~ Hans Georg Gadamer
286:Great men, like nature, use simple language. ~ Luc de Clapiers
287:Grief spoke every language and lived every life. ~ Katie Cross
288:Heart language is logic set on fire. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
289:He used language as a place for us to hide. ~ Anthony Horowitz
290:I had a quick ear and could pick up languages. ~ Diane Cilento
291:Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom. ~ Roger Bacon
292:Love and hate had their own secret languages ~ Cassandra Clare
293:she likes the sound of languages other than English. ~ Ken Liu
294:The language of my books has shaped me as a man. ~ Don DeLillo
295:The unconscious is structured like a language. ~ Jacques Lacan
296:We have no word for “Nation” in our language. ~ Shashi Tharoor
297:Were there language, I'd be my own lone letter. ~ Beth Kephart
298:We should torture language to tell the truth. ~ Rachel Kushner
299:All words, in every language, are metaphors. ~ Marshall McLuhan
300:Date: June 12, 2009 [EBook #29102] Language: German ~ Anonymous
301:Dig -- the mostly uncouth -- language of grace. ~ Geoffrey Hill
302:For me, myth is the 'common' language of us all. ~ Janet Morris
303:God uses language to create and command us. ~ Eugene H Peterson
304:Good music is very close to primitive language. ~ Denis Diderot
305:I can read your body language like a conversation ~ Dom Kennedy
306:I can’t translate myself into language any more. ~ Alice Notley
307:It hurt, [...], in a way language could not touch. ~ John Green
308:Language is the house of the truth of Being. ~ Martin Heidegger
309:Love will find its way through all languages on its own. ~ Rumi
310:One must not be shy where language is concerned. ~ Ann Patchett
311:Poetry is a language pared down to its essentials. ~ Ezra Pound
312:Poetry is the language of a state of crisis. ~ St phane Mallarm
313:Sunday, the day for the language of leisure. ~ Elfriede Jelinek
314:The dance is the mother of all languages. ~ Robin G Collingwood
315:The world speaks many languages, the boy thought ~ Paulo Coelho
316:To speak another language is to have another soul ~ Charlemagne
317:When language fails, violence becomes a language. ~ Bill Moyers
318:You who speak languages, you are such liars. ~ Orson Scott Card
319:Ak, Mindes Du, Vi Kom Fra Dands Language
~ Christian Winther
320:If only. The saddest two words in any language. ~ Maggie Osborne
321:If you ask me, music is the language of memories. ~ Jodi Picoult
322:Language, as we know, is full of illogicalities. ~ Gunnar Myrdal
323:Language is a very difficult thing to put into words. ~ Voltaire
324:Language is what stops the heart exploding. ~ Jeanette Winterson
325:Language transcends us and yet we speak. ~ Maurice Merleau Ponty
326:My language is the sum total of myself. ~ Charles Sanders Peirce
327:Numbers constitute the only universal language. ~ Nathanael West
328:Poetry is the language of a state of crisis. ~ Stephane Mallarme
329:Regret; The saddest word in the English language. ~ Tonya Hurley
330:The internet is an amazing medium for languages. ~ David Crystal
331:The two great dividers are religion and LANGUAGE ~ Immanuel Kant
332:A lot of innovation in language comes from poetry. ~ Jim Jarmusch
333:Americans and Irish. Separated by a common language. ~ C E Murphy
334:God doesn't need verbal language for communication. ~ Mary C Neal
335:I don't know if I'm truly at home in any language. ~ Mohsin Hamid
336:I love working in cinema - it can be in any language! ~ Jiah Khan
337:Language is the Rubicon that divides man from beast. ~ Max Muller
338:Language most shows a man; speak that I may see thee ~ Ben Jonson
339:Life doesn't exist inside language: too bad for me. ~ Kathy Acker
340:Love is the language all animals understand. ~ Anthony D Williams
341:[N]o language has ever had a word for a virgin man. ~ Will Durant
342:Poetry is ordinary language raised to the Nth power. ~ Paul Engle
343:Poetry: Language against which we have no defences. ~ David Whyte
344:poets are born knowing the language of angels ~ Madeleine L Engle
345:The change of language is a change in reality. ~ Stephen Mitchell
346:The chief virtue that language can have is clarity. ~ Hippocrates
347:The German language is the organ among the languages. ~ Jean Paul
348:The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. ~ George Orwell
349:The greatest single programming language ever designed ~ Alan Kay
350:The language of truth is unvarnished enough. ~ Seneca the Younger
351:The only true language in the world is a kiss. ~ Alfred de Musset
352:We must plow through the whole of language. ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
353:when the ego disappears, so does power over language. ~ W H Auden
354:anti can mean "against" or "instead of." In language, ~ R C Sproul
355:Any friendship or relationship is about a language. ~ Gina Bellman
357:Cultures are virtual realities made of language. ~ Terence McKenna
358:Duty is the sublimest work in the English language. ~ Robert E Lee
359:I could teach you how to speak my language, Rosetta Stone. ~ Drake
360:I love theater. I also love radio. I love language. ~ Indira Varma
361:In future, brainwave is a media of universal language. ~ Toba Beta
362:I speak only one language, and it is not my own. ~ Jacques Derrida
363:Language evolves and moves on. It is an organic thing. ~ E L James
364:Language is the picture and counterpart of thought. ~ Mark Hopkins
365:Language most shows a man, speak that I may see thee. ~ Ben Jonson
366:Padre always told me me language was sulphurous. ~ Kerry Greenwood
367:Photography is a language more universal than words. ~ Minor White
368:Poets are born knowing the language of angels. ~ Madeleine L Engle
369:Politically correct is the language of cowardice. ~ Billy Connolly
370:Retirement is the ugliest word in the language. ~ Ernest Hemingway
371:Speak a new language so that the world will be a new world. ~ Rumi
372:Tell me something in your native woodland language. ~ Marta Acosta
373:The diversity of language alienates man from man ~ Saint Augustine
374:The language of the street is always strong. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
375:There are no language barriers when you are smiling. ~ Allen Klein
376:They had nothing in common but the English language. ~ E M Forster
377:Writers let themselves be enticed by the language. ~ Peter Bichsel
378:You have to be mad in the language you're mad in. ~ Chris Crutcher
379:A man who can speak two languages is worth two men. ~ Napoleon Hill
380:Because “Platitude” was a language everyone spoke ~ Julie Anne Long
381:Close the language-door and open the love-window. ~ Jalaluddin Rumi
382:Dialogue is a lean language in which every word counts. ~ Sol Stein
383:exaggeration is the octopus of the English language ~ Matthew Pearl
384:French is the language that turns dirt into romance. ~ Stephen King
385:He done taught me de maiden language all over. ~ Zora Neale Hurston
386:Jargon: any technical language we do not understand. ~ Mason Cooley
387:Language is a mixture of statement and evocation. ~ Elizabeth Bowen
388:Language is a virus, money is a nasty disease. ~ Jonathan Barnbrook
389:Language is the mother of thought, not its handmaiden. ~ Karl Kraus
390:Language makes infinite use of finite media. ~ Wilhelm von Humboldt
391:Language most shews a man: Speak, that I may see thee. ~ Ben Jonson
392:MS가 닷넷 플랫폼에서 강조한 내용 중에 하나가 교차 언어(cross-language) 플랫폼인데, ~ Anonymous
393:step by step; the language of orderliness. ~ Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
394:The old language of colonialism surfaces once again. ~ Ahdaf Soueif
395:To understand desire, one needs language and flesh. ~ Sherry Turkle
396:True creativity often starts where language ends. ~ Arthur Koestler
397:TV shapes thought as surely as language shapes it. ~ Jennifer Stone
398:We're persecuted in the most civilized languages. ~ Bernard Malamud
399:Do you ever speak a known language? Sanskrit, perhaps? ~ Mary Hughes
400:Drawing on my fine command of language, I said nothing. ~ Mark Twain
401:English is my second language. Laughter is my first. ~ Paul Krassner
402:i couldn't speak the language of his feelings ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
403:I do love to interpret songs in American Sign Language. ~ Sean Berdy
404:I don't think in any language. I think in images. ~ Vladimir Nabokov
405:If only…the saddest words in the English language. ~ Kristan Higgins
406:I have no words right now … in either of my languages. ~ Tillie Cole
407:In the Choctaw language, “Oklahoma” means “red people. ~ David Grann
408:Invent a new language anyone can understand. ~ Lawrence Ferlinghetti
409:Language is a finding-place not a hiding place. ~ Jeanette Winterson
410:language is sometimes a barrier instead of a pathway. ~ Daniel Keyes
411:Language, like woman,
Look best when free, undressed. ~ Wang Ping
412:Man can only describe God in his own poor language. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
413:MATLAB and R have notoriously slow language interpreters ~ Anonymous
414:Murky language means someone wants to pick your pocket. ~ Erica Jong
415:Music is the language spoken by angels. ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
416:Poetry is language against which you have no defenses. ~ David Whyte
417:Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation. ~ Rumi
418:That is not good language which all understand not. ~ George Herbert
419:The most heroic word in all languages is REVOLUTION. ~ Eugene V Debs
420:The original language of Christianity is translation. ~ Lamin Sanneh
421:To speak a language is to take on a world, a culture. ~ Frantz Fanon
422:When it comes to languages, I'm passably fluent in HTML. ~ Bernie Su
423:A data structure is just a stupid programming language. ~ Bill Gosper
424:A different language is a different vision of life.~ Federico Fellini
425:A language which we do not know is a fortress sealed. ~ Marcel Proust
426:Being a pianist allows me to play in any language. ~ Dino Kartsonakis
427:Being a writer requires an intoxication with language. ~ Jim Harrison
428:Decaf. The single worst word in the English language. ~ Lauren Oliver
429:English is the easiest language to speak badly. ~ George Bernard Shaw
430:God only speaks to those who understand the language ~ Albert Hofmann
431:I am influenced by words and the chewiness of language ~ Annie Proulx
432:In what language does rain fall over tormented cities? ~ Pablo Neruda
433:It's embarrassingly plain how inadequate language is. ~ Anthony Doerr
434:Language is a finding place, not a hiding place. ~ Jeanette Winterson
435:Language is much closer to film than painting is. ~ Sergei Eisenstein
436:[Languages] became a tool that served me my whole life. ~ Trevor Noah
437:Like imagination and the body, language rises unbidden. ~ Gary Snyder
438:Mathematics is the language in which the gods talk to people. ~ Plato
439:Money speaks sense in a language all nations understand. ~ Aphra Behn
440:Music begins where the possibilities of language end. ~ Jean Sibelius
441:No language is rude that can boast polite writers. ~ Aubrey Beardsley
442:The first instrument of a people's genius is its language. ~ Stendhal
443:The language of light can only be decoded by the heart. ~ Suzy Kassem
444:The language of sin was universal, the original Esperanto. ~ Joe Hill
445:The language you are about to hear... is disturbing. ~ Dave Chappelle
446:The most important tool you have on a resume is language. ~ Jay Samit
447:The only languages which do not change are dead ones. ~ David Crystal
448:The philosopher caught in the nets of language. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
449:There must be a language that doesn't depend on words. ~ Paulo Coelho
450:We photographers are poets in the language of symbols. ~ Jan Phillips
451:we swim in our second language, we breathe in our first ~ Adam Gopnik
452:When a language dies, a possible world dies with it. ~ George Steiner
453:A different language is a different vision of life. ~ Federico Fellini
454:But the Dutch speak four languages and smoke marijuana! ~ Eddie Izzard
455:English, our common language, binds our diverse people. ~ S I Hayakawa
456:False language, evil in itself, infects the soul with evil. ~ Socrates
457:Fools laugh at the Latin language. -Rident stolidi verba Latina ~ Ovid
458:Gone. The saddest word in the language. In any language. ~ Mark Slouka
459:Human language is mythological and metaphorical by nature. ~ W H Auden
460:I have business to conduct in the language of fur and claw. ~ Erin Bow
461:I’m really going to start watching my language for her. ~ Jillian Dodd
462:It is time for dead languages to keep quiet. ~ Natalie Clifford Barney
463:It is wrong to use equal language for unequal actions. ~ Peter Akinola
464:Kindness has no boundaries. It is the language of the soul. ~ Amit Ray
465:Language has two functions: to harm and to repair harm. ~ Edan Lepucki
466:Literature is the aesthetic exploitation of language ~ Anthony Burgess
467:Mandarin is gonna be the language in 15 to 20 years. ~ Stephon Marbury
468:My wife speaks Shakespeare as a second language. ~ Barbara Ellen Brink
469:Porcupine power was the only language he understood. ~ Robert I Sutton
470:The language of the poem is the language of particulars. ~ Mary Oliver
471:There must be a language that does not depend on words. ~ Paulo Coelho
472:There were no ill language, if it were not ill taken. ~ George Herbert
473:The rhythm of breath may have been our first language. ~ Daryl Gregory
474:To possess another language is to possess another soul. ~ John le Carr
475:Unintelligible language is a lantern without a light. ~ Samuel Johnson
476:We gave you a perfectly good language and you f***ed up. ~ Stephen Fry
477:You couldn't have human society without language. ~ John Maynard Smith
478:Act averse to nasty language and partial to fruity tea. ~ Al Swearengen
479:A gloss is a total system of perception and language. ~ Talcott Parsons
480:I am only describing language, not explaining anything. ~ Joseph Kosuth
481:If my mother gave me language, my father gave me magic. ~ T Kira Madden
482:I found Eliot’s metaphors leaking into my own language ~ Paul Kalanithi
483:If you know two languages, the level of your intelligence ~ Bill Cosby
484:Instrumental music can spread the international language. ~ Herb Alpert
485:(In the Choctaw language, “Oklahoma” means “red people.”) ~ David Grann
486:Language fits over experience like a straight jacket. ~ William Golding
487:Language fits over experience like a straight-jacket. ~ William Golding
488:Language is the source of misunderstandings. ~ Antoine de Saint Exupery
489:Language is the source of misunderstandings. ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry
490:Language is to the mind more than light is to the eye. ~ William Gibson
491:Learning a language is like getting inside somebody's mind. ~ Anonymous
492:Marriage is a language of love, equality, and inclusion. ~ Evan Wolfson
493:Never impose your language on people you wish to reach. ~ Abbie Hoffman
494:Poetry is, among other things, a criticism of language. ~ Adrienne Rich
495:Poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful. ~ Rita Dove
496:Poetry is language trying to become bodily experience. ~ Herbert McCabe
497:Power floats like money, like language, like theory. ~ Jean Baudrillard
498:Precision in language was the key to clarity. Specificity ~ Susan Wiggs
499:Spoken language is merely a series of squeaks. ~ Alfred North Whitehead
500:The art of communication is the language of leadership. ~ James C Humes


  999 Poetry
  334 Integral Yoga
   95 Occultism
   63 Philosophy
   45 Fiction
   41 Psychology
   41 Christianity
   24 Yoga
   19 Zen
   11 Buddhism
   9 Mysticism
   9 Education
   6 Mythology
   6 Hinduism
   5 Science
   3 Integral Theory
   2 Theosophy
   2 Philsophy
   1 Alchemy

  175 The Mother
  166 Sri Aurobindo
  122 Satprem
   81 Omar Khayyam
   78 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   70 Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia
   58 Jalaluddin Rumi
   40 Aleister Crowley
   38 Lalla
   38 H P Lovecraft
   36 Carl Jung
   35 Walt Whitman
   31 Kabir
   29 Hakim Sanai
   27 Kobayashi Issa
   24 Farid ud-Din Attar
   23 William Wordsworth
   23 Abu-Said Abil-Kheir
   21 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   21 Ramprasad
   21 Rabindranath Tagore
   21 Bulleh Shah
   20 James George Frazer
   17 A B Purani
   16 Solomon ibn Gabirol
   15 Dogen
   14 Saint Hildegard von Bingen
   14 Jorge Luis Borges
   14 Baba Sheikh Farid
   14 Aldous Huxley
   13 Thomas Merton
   13 Ikkyu
   13 Hafiz
   12 Yosa Buson
   12 Swami Vivekananda
   12 Swami Krishnananda
   12 Sarmad
   12 Muso Soseki
   12 Fukuda Chiyo-ni
   11 Symeon the New Theologian
   11 Saint John of the Cross
   11 Mansur al-Hallaj
   10 William Blake
   10 Saint Francis of Assisi
   10 Plotinus
   10 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   10 Jacopone da Todi
   10 Friedrich Nietzsche
   9 Wang Wei
   9 Plato
   9 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   9 Mechthild of Magdeburg
   9 Khwaja Abdullah Ansari
   8 Yuan Mei
   8 Saint Teresa of Avila
   8 Saadi
   8 Rabbi Abraham Abulafia
   8 Ibn Arabi
   7 Tao Chien
   7 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   7 Shiwu (Stonehouse)
   7 Saint Clare of Assisi
   7 Rudolf Steiner
   7 Jetsun Milarepa
   7 George Van Vrekhem
   7 Basava
   7 Aristotle
   7 Alfred Tennyson
   6 Sun Buer
   6 Robert Browning
   6 Namdev
   6 Lu Tung Pin
   6 Jordan Peterson
   6 John Keats
   6 Jayadeva
   6 Allama Muhammad Iqbal
   5 Vidyapati
   5 Jakushitsu
   5 Ibn Ata Illah
   5 Hakuin
   5 Guru Nanak
   5 Friedrich Schiller
   5 Edgar Allan Poe
   5 Boethius
   4 Wumen Huikai
   4 Sri Ramakrishna
   4 Dante Alighieri
   4 Bokar Rinpoche
   3 Shih-te
   3 Saint Therese of Lisieux
   3 Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
   3 Po Chu-i
   3 Ovid
   3 Nachmanides
   3 Moses de Leon
   3 Michael Maier
   3 Masahide
   3 Joseph Campbell
   3 Franz Bardon
   2 Yannai
   2 Yamei
   2 Theophan the Recluse
   2 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   2 Rainer Maria Rilke
   2 Paul Richard
   2 Patanjali
   2 Nukata
   2 Nirodbaran
   2 Kuan Han-Ching
   2 Judah Halevi
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 Jean Gebser
   2 Eleazar ben Kallir
   2 Chiao Jan

   38 Lovecraft - Poems
   27 Magick Without Tears
   26 The Life Divine
   25 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   23 Wordsworth - Poems
   22 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   19 The Golden Bough
   19 Liber ABA
   17 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   17 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   17 City of God
   16 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   15 Whitman - Poems
   15 Song of Myself
   15 Dogen - Poems
   14 The Perennial Philosophy
   13 Letters On Poetry And Art
   13 Essays On The Gita
   13 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04
   13 Agenda Vol 10
   13 Agenda Vol 08
   12 Vedic and Philological Studies
   12 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   12 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   12 Letters On Yoga II
   12 Labyrinths
   12 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   12 Agenda Vol 01
   10 Shelley - Poems
   10 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   10 Agenda Vol 12
   10 Agenda Vol 04
   10 Agenda Vol 02
   9 Words Of Long Ago
   9 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   9 Questions And Answers 1957-1958
   9 On Education
   9 Agenda Vol 03
   8 The Secret Of The Veda
   8 The Divine Comedy
   8 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   8 Tagore - Poems
   8 Agenda Vol 09
   7 Twilight of the Idols
   7 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   7 Preparing for the Miraculous
   7 Poetics
   7 Milarepa - Poems
   7 Agenda Vol 11
   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 Talks
   6 Raja-Yoga
   6 Questions And Answers 1956
   6 Questions And Answers 1954
   6 Maps of Meaning
   6 Keats - Poems
   6 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 08
   6 Browning - Poems
   6 Agenda Vol 05
   5 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   5 The Confessions of Saint Augustine
   5 The Bible
   5 Schiller - Poems
   5 Questions And Answers 1955
   5 Poe - Poems
   5 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 03
   5 Letters On Yoga IV
   5 Letters On Yoga I
   5 Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
   4 The Future of Man
   4 Tara - The Feminine Divine
   4 On Thoughts And Aphorisms
   4 Jerusalum
   4 Isha Upanishad
   4 Huikai - Poems
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03
   4 Bhakti-Yoga
   4 Aion
   4 Agenda Vol 13
   4 Agenda Vol 07
   4 Agenda Vol 06
   3 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   3 The Practice of Magical Evocation
   3 The Phenomenon of Man
   3 The Human Cycle
   3 The Hero with a Thousand Faces
   3 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
   3 Prayers And Meditations
   3 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 02
   3 On the Way to Supermanhood
   3 Metamorphoses
   3 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   2 Words Of The Mother III
   2 Walden
   2 Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo
   2 The Zen Teaching of Bodhidharma
   2 The Problems of Philosophy
   2 Theosophy
   2 The Integral Yoga
   2 The Ever-Present Origin
   2 Some Answers From The Mother
   2 Sex Ecology Spirituality
   2 Selected Fictions
   2 Savitri
   2 Rilke - Poems
   2 Record of Yoga
   2 Questions And Answers 1953
   2 Questions And Answers 1929-1931
   2 Patanjali Yoga Sutras
   2 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   2 Essays Divine And Human
   2 Emerson - Poems
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 05
   2 Borges - Poems
   2 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2E

00.03 - Upanishadic Symbolism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Now, before any explanation is attempted it is important to bear in mind that the Upanishads speak of things experiencednot merely thought, reasoned or argued and that these experiences belong to a world and consciousness other than that of the mind and the senses. One should naturally expect here a different Language and mode of expression than that which is appropriate to mental and physical things. For example, the world of dreams was once supposed to be a sheer chaos, a mass of meaningless confusion; but now it is held to be quite otherwise. Psychological scientists have discovered a methodeven a very well-defined and strict methodin the madness of that domain. It is an ordered, organised, significant world; but its terminology has to be understood, its code deciphered. It is not a jargon, but a foreign Language that must be learnt and mastered.
   In the same way, the world of spiritual experiences is also something methodical, well-organized, significant. It may not be and is not the rational world of the mind and the sense; but it need not, for that reason, be devoid of meaning, mere fancifulness or a child's imagination running riot. Here also the right key has to be found, the grammar and vocabulary of that Language mastered. And as the best way to have complete mastery of a Language is to live among the people who speak it, so, in the matter of spiritual Language, the best and the only way to learn it is to go and live in its native country.

0.00 - Introduction, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  When planning to visit a foreign country, the wise traveler will first familiarize himself with its Language. In studying music, chemistry or calculus, a specific terminology is essential to the understanding of each subject. So a new set of symbols is necessary when undertaking a study of the Universe, whether within or without. The Qabalah provides such a set in unexcelled fashion.

0.01 - I - Sri Aurobindos personality, his outer retirement - outside contacts after 1910 - spiritual personalities: Vibhutis and Avatars - transformtion of human personality, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Kabbalah
   The question which Arjuna asks Sri Krishna in the Gita (second chapter) occurs pertinently to many about all spiritual personalities: "What is the Language of one whose understanding is poised? How does he speak, how sit, how walk?" Men want to know the outer signs of the inner attainment, the way in which a spiritual person differs outwardly from other men. But all the tests which the Gita enumerates are inner and therefore invisible to the outer view. It is true also that the inner or the spiritual is the essential and the outer derives its value and form from the inner. But the transformation about which Sri Aurobindo writes in his books has to take place in nature, because according to him the divine Reality has to manifest itself in nature. So, all the parts of nature including the physical and the external are to be transformed. In his own case the very physical became the transparent mould of the Spirit as a result of his intense Sadhana. This is borne out by the impression created on the minds of sensitive outsiders like Sj. K. M. Munshi who was deeply impressed by his radiating presence when he met him after nearly forty years.

0.02 - The Three Steps of Nature, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The progressive self-manifestation of Nature in man, termed in modern Language his evolution, must necessarily depend upon three successive elements. There is that which is already evolved; there is that which, still imperfect, still partly fluid, is persistently in the stage of conscious evolution; and there is that which is to be evolved and may perhaps be already
  That which Nature has evolved for us and has firmly founded is the bodily life. She has effected a certain combination and harmony of the two inferior but most fundamentally necessary elements of our action and progress upon earth, -
  Matter, which, however the too ethereally spiritual may despise it, is our foundation and the first condition of all our energies and realisations, and the Life-Energy which is our means of existence in a material body and the basis there even of our mental and spiritual activities. She has successfully achieved a certain stability of her constant material movement which is at once sufficiently steady and durable and sufficiently pliable and mutable to provide a fit dwelling-place and instrument for the progressively manifesting god in humanity. This is what is meant by the fable in the Aitareya Upanishad which tells us that the gods rejected the animal forms successively offered to them by the Divine Self and only when man was produced, cried out, "This indeed is perfectly made," and consented to enter in. She has effected also a working compromise between the inertia of matter and the active Life that lives in and feeds on it, by which not only is vital existence sustained, but the fullest developments of mentality are rendered possible. This equilibrium constitutes the basic status of Nature in man and is termed in the Language of Yoga his gross body composed
  Mind is not the last term of evolution, not an ultimate aim, but, like body, an instrument. It is even so termed in the Language of
  But what then constitutes this higher or highest existence to which our evolution is tending? In order to answer the question we have to deal with a class of supreme experiences, a class of unusual conceptions which it is difficult to represent accurately in any other Language than the ancient Sanskrit tongue in which alone they have been to some extent systematised.
  The only approximate terms in the English Language have other associations and their use may lead to many and even serious inaccuracies. The terminology of Yoga recognises besides the status of our physical and vital being, termed the gross body and doubly composed of the food sheath and the vital vehicle, besides the status of our mental being, termed the subtle body and singly composed of the mind sheath or mental vehicle,5 a third, supreme and divine status of supra-mental being, termed the causal body and composed of a fourth and a fifth vehicle6 which are described as those of knowledge and bliss. But this knowledge is not a systematised result of mental questionings and reasonings, not a temporary arrangement of conclusions and opinions in the terms of the highest probability, but rather a pure self-existent and self-luminous Truth. And this bliss is not a supreme pleasure of the heart and sensations with the experience of pain and sorrow as its background, but a delight also selfexistent and independent of objects and particular experiences, a self-delight which is the very nature, the very stuff, as it were, of a transcendent and infinite existence.

0.03 - Letters to My little smile, #Some Answers From The Mother, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  You are absolutely right, and I don’t see why, instead of reading interesting things, you should start doing boring exercises.
  To learn a Language one must read, read, read — and talk as
  much as one can.

0.04 - The Systems of Yoga, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  In practice three conceptions are necessary before there can be any possibility of Yoga; there must be, as it were, three consenting parties to the effort, - God, Nature and the human soul or, in more abstract Language, the Transcendental, the Universal

0.06 - INTRODUCTION, #Dark Night of the Soul, #Saint John of the Cross, #Christianity
  transparency of his teaching and the precision of the phrases in which he clothes it.
  To judge by his Language alone, one might suppose at times that he is speaking of
  mathematical, rather than of spiritual operations.

0.08 - Letters to a Young Captain, #Some Answers From The Mother, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  To read my books is not difficult because they are written in the
  simplest Language, almost the spoken Language. To get help from
  them, it is enough to read with attention and concentration and
  To read what Sri Aurobindo writes is more difficult because
  the expression is highly intellectual and the Language far more
  literary and philosophic. The brain needs a preparation to really

01.02 - Sri Aurobindo - Ahana and Other Poems, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   To humanise the Divine, that is what we all wish to do; for the Divine is too lofty for us and we cannot look full into his face. We cry and supplicate to Rudra, "O dire Lord, show us that other form of thine that is benign and humane". All earthly imageries we lavish upon the Divine so that he may appear to us not as something far and distant and foreign, but, quite near, among us, as one of us. We take recourse to human symbolism often, because we wish to palliate or hide the rigours of a supreme experience, not because we have no adequate terms for it. The same human or earthly terms could be used differently if we had a different consciousness. Thus the Vedic Rishis sought not to humanise the Divine, their purpose was rather to divinise the human. And their allegorical Language, although rich in terrestrial figures, does not carry the impress and atmosphere of mere humanity and earthliness. For in reality the symbol is not merely the symbol. It is mere symbol in regard to the truth so long as we take our stand on the lower plane when we have to look at the truth through the symbol; but if we view it from the higher plane, from truth itself, it is no longer mere symbol but the very truth bodied forth. Whatever there is of symbolism on earth and its beauties, in sense and its enjoyments, is then transfigured into the expression of the truth, of the divinity itself. We then no longer speak in human Language but in the Language of the gods.

01.03 - Mystic Poetry, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   When the Spirit speaks its own Language in its own name, we have spiritual poetry. If, however, the Spirit speaksfrom choice or necessity-an alien Language and manner, e.g., that of a profane consciousness, or of the consciousness of another domain, idealistic or philosophical or even occult, puts on or imitates spirit's Language and manner, we have what we propose to call mystic poetry proper. When Samain sings of the body of the dancer:
   This is spiritual matter and spiritual manner that can never be improved upon. This is spiritual poetry in its quintessence. I am referring naturally here to the original and not to the translation which can never do full justice, even at its very best, to the poetic value in question. For apart from the individual genius of the poet, the greatness of the Language, the instrument used by the poet, is also involved. It may well be what is comparatively easy and natural in the Language of the gods (devabhasha) would mean a tour de force, if not altoge ther an impossibility, in a human Language. The Sanskrit Language was moulded and fashioned in the hands of the Rishis, that is to say, those who lived and moved and had their being in the spiritual consciousness. The Hebrew or even the Zend does not seem to have reached that peak, that absoluteness of the spiritual tone which seems inherent in the Indian tongue, although those too breathed and grew in a spiritual atmosphere. The later Languages, however, Greek or Latin or their modern descendants, have gone still farther from the source, they are much nearer to the earth and are suffused with the smell and effluvia of this vale of tears.

01.07 - Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Pascal's faith had not the calm, tranquil, serene, luminous and happy self-possession of an Indian Rishi. It was ardent and impatient, fiery and vehement. It had to be so perhaps, since it was to stand against his steely brain (and a gloomy vital or life force) as a counterpoise, even as an antidote. This tension and schism brought about, at least contri buted to his neuras thenia and physical infirmity. But whatever the effect upon his inner consciousness and spiritual achievement, his power of expression, his literary style acquired by that a special quality which is his great gift to the French Language. If one speaks of Pascal, one has to speak of his Language also; for he was one of the great masters who created the French prose. His prose was a wonderful blend of clarity, precision, serried logic and warmth, colour, life, movement, plasticity.

01.08 - Walter Hilton: The Scale of Perfection, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The characteristic then of the path is a one-pointed concentration. Great stress is laid upon "oneliness", "onedness":that is to say, a perfect and complete withdrawal from the outside and the world; an unmixed solitude is required for the true experience and realisation to come. "A full forsaking in will of the soul for the love of Him, and a living of the heart to Him. This asks He, for this gave He." The rigorous exclusion, the uncompromising asceticism, the voluntary self-torture, the cruel dark night and the arid desert are necessary conditions that lead to the "onlyness of soul", what another prophet (Isaiah, XXIV, 16) describes as "My privity to me". In that secreted solitude, the "onlistead"the graphic Language of the author calls itis found "that dignity and that ghostly fairness which a soul had by kind and shall have by grace." The utter beauty of the soul and its absolute love for her deity within her (which has the fair name of Jhesu), the exclusive concentration of the whole of the being upon one point, the divine core, the manifest Grace of God, justifies the annihilation of the world and life's manifold existence. Indeed, the image of the Beloved is always within, from the beginning to the end. It is that that keeps one up in the terrible struggle with one's nature and the world. The image depends upon the consciousness which we have at the moment, that is to say, upon the stage or the degree we have ascended to. At the outset, when we can only look through the senses, when the flesh is our master, we give the image a crude form and character; but even that helps. Gradually, as we rise, with the clearing of our nature, the image too slowly regains its original and true shape. Finally, in the inmost soul we find Jesus as he truly is: "an unchangeable being, a sovereign might, a sovereign soothfastness, sovereign goodness, a blessed life and endless bliss." Does not the Gita too say: "As one approaches Me, so do I appear to him."Ye yath mm prapadyante.

01.12 - Goethe, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The year 1949 has just celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great force of light that was Goethe. We too remember him on the occasion, and will try to present in a few words, as we see it, the fundamental experience, the major Intuition that stirred this human soul, the lesson he brought to mankind. Goe the was a great poet. He showed how a Language, perhaps least poetical by nature, can be moulded to embody the great beauty of great poetry. He made the German Language sing, even as the sun's ray made the stone of Memnon sing when falling upon it. Goe the was a man of consummate culture. Truly and almost literally it could be said of him that nothing human he considered foreign to his inquiring mind. And Goe the was a man of great wisdom. His observation and judgment on thingsno matter to whatever realm they belonghave an arresting appropriateness, a happy and revealing insight. But above all, he was an aspiring soulaspiring to know and be in touch with the hidden Divinity in man and the world.

02.01 - Metaphysical Thought and the Supreme Truth, #The Integral Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  In the extracts you have sent me from Bradley and Joachim, it is still the intellect thinking about what is beyond itself and coming to an intellectual, a reasoned speculative conclusion about it. It is not dynamic for the change which it attempts to describe. If these writers were expressing in mental terms some realisation, even mental, some intuitive experience of this "Other than Thought", then one ready for it might feel it through the veil of the Language they use and himself draw near to the same experience. Or if, having reached the intellectual conclusion, they had passed on to the spiritual realisation, finding the way or following one already found, then in pursuing their thought, one might be preparing oneself for the same transition. But there is nothing of the kind in all this strenuous thinking. It remains in the domain of the intellect and in that domain it is no doubt admirable; but it does not become dynamic for spiritual experience.

02.02 - Lines of the Descent of Consciousness, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   We have, till now, spoken of the evolution of consciousness as a movement of ascension, consisting of a double process of sublimation and integration. But ascension itself is only one line of a yet another larger double process. For along with the visible movement of ascent, there is a hidden movement of descent. The ascent represents the pressure from below, the force of buoyancy exerted by the involved and secreted consciousness. But the mere drive from below is not sufficient all by itself to bring out or establish the higher status. The higher status itself has to descend in order to be manifest. The urge from below is an aspiration, a yearning to move ever upward and forward; but the precise goal, the status to be arrived at is not given there. The more or less vague and groping surge from below is canalised, if assumes a definite figure and shape, assumes a local habitation and a name when the higher descends at the crucial moment, takes the lower at its peak-tide and fixes upon it its own norm and form. We have said that all the levels of consciousness have been createdloosened outby a first Descent; but in the line of the first Descent the only level that stands in front at the outset is Matter all the other levels are created no doubt but remain invisible in the background, behind the gross veil of Matter. Each status stands confined, as it were, to its own region and bides its time when each will be summoned to concretise itself in Matter. Thus Life was already there on the plane of Life even when it did not manifest itself in Matter, when mere Matter, dead Matter was the only apparent reality on the material plane. When Matter was stirred and churned sufficiently so as to reach a certain tension and saturation, when it was raised to a certain degree of maturity, as it were, then Life appeared: Life appeared, not because that was the inevitable and unavoidable result of the churning, but because Life descended from its own level to the level of Matter and took Matter up in its embrace. The churning, the development in Matter was only the occasion, the condition precedent. For, however much one may shake or churn Matter, whatever change one may create in it by a shuffling and reshuffling of its elements, one can never produce Life by that alone. A new and unforeseen factor makes its appearance, precisely because it comes from elsewhere. It is true all the planes are imbedded, submerged, involved in the complex of Matter; but, in point of fact, all planes are involved in every other plane. The appearance or manifestation of a new plane is certainly prepared, made ready to the last the last but onedegree by the urge of the inner, the latent mode of consciousness that is to be; still the actualisation, the bursting forth happens only when the thing that has to manifest itself descends, the actual form and pattern can be imprinted and established by that alone. Thus, again, when Life attains a certain level of growth and maturity, a certain tension and orientationa definite vector, so to say, in the mathematical Languagewhen it has, for example, sufficiently organised itself as a vehicle of the psychic element of consciousness, then it buds forth into Mind, but only when the Mind has descended upon it and into it. As in the previous stage, here also Life cannot produce Mind, cannot develop into Mind by any amount of mechanical or chemical operations within itself, by any amount of permutation and combination or commutation and culture of its constituent elements, unless it is seized on by Mind itself. After the Mind, the next higher grade of consciousness shall come by the same method and process, viz. first by an uplifting of the mental consciousnessa certain widening and deepening and katharsis of the mental consciousness and then by a descent, gradual or sudden, of the level or levels that lie above it.

02.02 - Rishi Dirghatama, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Needless to say these are signs and symbols and figures of a Language seeking to express truths and realities of an invisible world, spiritual and occult. We are reminded of the "twilight" Language of the poet-saints (Siddhacharyas) of Bengal of much later days.
   About the Word, the mystery which Dirghatama unveils is an extraordinary revelationso curious, so illuminating. In later times many lines of spiritual discipline have adopted his scheme and spread it far and wide. Dirghatama himself was an uncommon wizard of words. The truths he saw and clothed in mantras have attained, as I have already said, general celebrity. He says: "The Word is off our categories. It has four stations or levels or gradations." The Rishi continues: "Three of them are unmanifested, unbodied; only the fourth one is manifest and bodied, on the tongue of man." This terminology embodying a fundamental principle has had many commentaries and explanations. Of these the most well-known is that given by the Tantras. They have named the fourfold words as (1) par, supreme; (2) payant, the seeing one; (3) madhyam, the middle one or the one within and (4) vaikhar, the articulate word. In modern Language we may say that the first one is the self-vibration of the Supreme Being or Consciousness; the second is the vibration of the higher-mind or the pure intelligence; the third is the vibration of the inner heart; and the fourth the vibration of physical sound, of voice. In philosophical terms of current English we may name these as (1) revelatory, (2) intuitive, (3) inspirational and (4) vocal.
   This is again a sphinx puzzle indeed. But what is the meaning? The universe, the creation has its fundamental truth in a Trinity: Agni (the Fire-god) upon earth, Vayu (the Wind-god) in the middle regions and in heaven the Sun. In other words, breaking up the symbolism we may say that the creation is a triple reality, three principles constitute its nature. Matter, Life and Consciousness or status, motion and Light. This triplicity however does not exhaust the whole of the mystery. For the ultimate mystery is imbedded within the heart of the third brother, for our rishis saw there the Universal Divine Being and his seven sons. In our familiar Language we may say it is the Supreme Being, God himself (Purushottama) and his seven lines of self-manifestation. We have often heard of the seven worlds or levels of being and consciousness, the seven chords of the Divine Music. In more familiar terms we say that body and life and mind form the lower half of the cosmic reality and its upper half consists of Sat-Chit-Ananda (or Satya- Tap as-Jana). And the link, the nodus that joins the two spheres is the fourth principle (Turya), the Supermind, Vijnana. Such is the vision of Rishi Dirghatama, its fundamental truth in a nutshell. To know this mystery is the whole knowledge and knowing this, one need know nothing else.

02.03 - The Shakespearean Word, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In the world of poetry Dante is a veritable avatar . His Language is a supreme magic. The word-unit in him is a quantum of highly concentrated perceptive energy, Tapas. In Kalidasa the quantum is that of the energy of the light in sensuous beauty. And Homer's voice is a quantum of the luminous music of the spheres.
   The word-unit, the Language quantum in Sri Aurobindo's poetry is a packet of consciousness-force, a concentrated power of Light (instinct with a secret Delight)listen:

02.07 - India One and Indivisable, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   It is no use laying stress on distinctions and differences: we must, on the contrary, put all emphasis upon the fundamental unity, upon the demand and necessity for a dynamic unity. Naturally there are diverse and even contradictory elements in the make-up of a modern nation. France, for example, was not one, but many to start with and for long. We know of the mortal feud between the Bourguignons and the Armagnacs and the struggle among the Barons generally, some even siding with foreigners against their own countrymen (an Indian parallel we have in the story of Prithwiraj and Jayachand), poor Jeanne d'Arc lamenting over the 'much pity' that was in sweet France. There were several rival LanguagesBreton, Gascon, Provenal, besides the French of Isle de France. Apart from these provincial or regional rivalries there were schisms on religious groundsHuguenots and Catholics, Jansenists and Arians were flying at each other's throat and made of France a veritable bedlam of confusion and chaos. Well, all that was beaten down and smoothed under the steam-roller of a strong centralised invincible spirit of France, one and indivisible and inexorable, that worked itself out through Jeanne d'Arc and Francis the First and Henry the Great and Richelieu and Napoleon. But all nations have the same story. And it is too late now in the day to start explaining the nature and origin of nationhood; it was done long ago by Mazzini and by Renan and once for all.

02.08 - Jules Supervielle, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The poet speaks obliquely but the Language he speaks by itself is straight, clear, simple, limpid. No rhetoric is there, no exaggeration, no effort at effect; the voice is not raised above the normal speech level. That is indeed the new modern poetic style. For according to the new consciousness prose and poetry are not two different orders, the old order created poetry in heaven, the new poetry wants it upon earth; level with earth, the common human speech, the spoken tongues give the supreme intrinsic beauty of poetic cadence. The best poetry embodies the quintessence of prose-rhythm, its pure spontaneousand easy and felicitous movement. In English the hiatus between the poetic speech and prose is considerable, in French it is not so great, still the two were kept separate. In England Eliot came to demolish the barrier, in France a whole company has come up and very significant among them is this foreigner from Spain who is so obliquely simple and whose Muse has a natural yet haunting magic of divine things:

02.09 - The Way to Unity, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Common love, common labour and, above all, as the great French thinker, Ernest Renan,1 pointed out, common suffering that is the cement which welds together the disparate elements of a nationa nation is not formed otherwise. A nation means peoples differing in race and religion, caste and creed and even Language, fused together into a composite but indivisible unit. Not pact nor balancing of interests nor sharing of power and profit can permanently combine and unify conflicting groups and collectivities. Hindus and Muslims, the two major sections that are at loggerheads today in India, must be given a field, indeed more than one field, where they can, work together; they must be made to come in contact with each other, to coalesce and dovetail into each other in as many ways and directions as possible. Instead of keeping them separate in water-tight compartments, in barred cages, as it were, lest they pounce upon each other like wild beasts, it would be wiser to throw them together; let them brea the the same air, live the same life, share the same troubles, the same difficulties, solve the same problems. That is how they will best understand, appreciate and even love each other, become comrades and companions, not rivals and opponents.
   Translation: "In the past a heritage of glory and regrets to share, in the future the same programme to realise; to have suffered, enjoyed, hoped together, that indeed is better than common customs and strategic frontiers; that is what one understands in spite of diversities of race and Language. I said just now: "to have suffered together"; yes, common suffering unites more than common joy. In respect of the memories of a nation griefs are worth more than triumphs. . . . "

02.11 - New World-Conditions, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   It is a trite saying that one must change with the changing times. But how many can really do so or know even how to do so? In politics, as in life generally (politics is a part of life, the "precipitated" part, one may say in chemical Language), the principle is well-known, though often in a pejorative sense, as policy or tactics. Anyhow the policy pays: for it is one of the main lines, if not the main line of action along which lies success in the practical field. And precisely he who cannot change, who does not see the necessity of change, although conditions and circumstances have changed, is known as the ideologist, the doctrinaire, the fanatic. The no-changer does not change with the times: for, according to him, that is the nature of the weather-cock, the time-server. On the contrary, he seeks to impose his ideas (sometimes called ideals), notions, prejudgments and even prejudices upon time and circumstance. Such an endeavour, on most occasions, can have only a modicum of success; and a blind insistence may even lead to disaster. It may not be difficult to modify some surface movements of the oceanic surge of life, but to control and comm and it is quite a different proposition. This, however, is not to say that opportunism, slavery to circumstances should be the order of the day. Not at all. One is not asked to sacrifice the bed-rock truth and principle and run after the fleeting mode, the momentary need, the passing interest, to follow always the comfortable line of least resistance. But one has to distinguish. There are things of local and transient utility and there are things of abiding value brought up by deeper world-currents in the conditions and circumstances that face us. When such great occasionsgolden opportunities they are calledcome, they come with their own norms, and then it is foolish to force upon them the narrow strait-jacket forms fabricated by our old habits and preconceived notions.

02.12 - Mysticism in Bengali Poetry, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   A mysticism that evokes the soul's delights and experiences in a Language that has so transformed itself as to become the soul's native utterance is the new endeavour of the poet's Muse.

02.14 - Appendix, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   It is needless to say that to young hearts enraptured by such Language and feeling, Wordsworth's

03.02 - Aspects of Modernism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   It is this pluralisation which has resulted in a necessary polarisation in the human consciousness. We have gained a power which was not only rare but perhaps totally absent in the old world, at least in the general mind; we have reached in a novel way that very wideness or wholeness which was at the outset negatived by the urge towards separativeness and parcellation. Thus the modern mind can take in more view-points than oneeven contrary onesat the same time. The individual has acquired the capacityto put it in popular Languageto enter into another's skin, not to be confined to its own outlook, limited within its linear groove, but to be able, with ease and grace to look through the eyes of others, even though they be on the other side of the arena. A wide and supple, large and subtle perception that goes round the entire contour of the observed object, not a perspective but a global view, is a characteristic capacity of the modern mind. We can see the same thing from all angles and distances; we can turn our gaze upon ourselves; we can see ourselves not only with our own way of looking but also as others see us, with equal detachment and impartiality. At least this is the character of the cultured, the representative man of today. Modern art too has sought in some of its significant expressions to demonstrate this protean nature of truth and reality, to bring out the simultaneity of its multiple modes, to give a living sense of its tangled dynamism.

03.02 - The Philosopher as an Artist and Philosophy as an Art, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Plato would not tolerate the poets in his ideal society since they care too much for beauty and very little for the true and good. He wanted it all to be a kingdom of philosophers. I am afraid Plato's philosopher is not true to type, the type set up by his great disciple. Plato's philosopher is no longeran artist, he has become a mystica Rishi in our Language.

03.03 - The Inner Being and the Outer Being, #The Integral Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  There are, we might say, two beings in us, one on the surface, our ordinary exterior mind, life, body consciousness, another behind the veil, an inner mind, an inner life, an inner physical consciousness constituting another or inner self. This inner self once awake opens in its turn to our true real and eternal self. It opens inwardly to the soul, called in the Language of this Yoga the psychic being which supports our successive births and at each birth assumes a new mind, life and body. It opens above to the Self or spirit which is unborn and by conscious recovery of it we transcend the changing personality and achieve freedom and full mastery over our nature.

03.08 - The Standpoint of Indian Art, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Character in the European sense means that part of nature which is dynamically expressed in conduct, in behaviour, in external movements. But there is another sense in which the term would refer to the inner mode of being, and not to any outer exemplification in activity, any reaction or set of reactions in the kinetic system, nor even to the mental state, the temperament, immediately inspiring it, but to a still deeper status of consciousness. A Raphael Madonna, for example, purposes to pour wholly into flesh and blood the beauty of motherhood. A Japanese Madonna (a Kwanon), on the other hand, would not present the "natural" features and expressions of motherhood; it would not copy faithfully the model, however idealized, of a woman viewed as mother. It would endeavour rather to bring out something of the subtler reactions in the "nervous" world, the world of pure movements that is behind the world of form; it would record the rhythms and reverberations attendant upon the conception and experience of motherhood somewhere on the other side of our wakeful consciousness. That world is made up not of forms, but of vibrations; and a picture of it, therefore, instead of being a representation in three-dimensional space, would be more like a scheme, a presentation in graph, something like the ideography of the Language of the Japanese themselves, something carrying in it the beauty characteristic of the calligraphic art. 2

03.10 - The Mission of Buddhism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Buddhism and Hinduism The Language Problem and India
   Other Authors Nolini Kanta Gupta Man, Human and Divine The Mission of Buddhism
   Buddhism and Hinduism The Language Problem and India

03.11 - Modernist Poetry, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   What Bottrall means is this in plain Language: we reject the old-world myths and metaphors, figures and legends, wornout ornamentsmoon and star and flower and colour and musicwe must have a new set of symbols commensurate with our present-day mentality and environmentstone and steel and teas and talkies; yes, we must go in for new and modern terms, we have certainly to find out a menu appropriate to our own sthetic taste, but, Bottrall warns, and very wisely, that we must first be sure of digesting whatever we choose to eat. In other words, a new poetic mythology is justified only when it is made part and parcel, flesh and blood and bone and marrow, of the poetic consciousness. Bottralls epigram "A man is what he eats" can be accepted without demur; only it must also be pointed out that things depend upon how one eats (eating well and digesting thoroughly) as much as what one eatsbread or manna or air and fire and light.

03.11 - The Language Problem and India, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
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   The Mission of Buddhism Communism: What does it Mean?
   Other Authors Nolini Kanta Gupta Man, Human and Divine The Language Problem and India
   The Language Problem and India
   English and French are the two Languages that hold and express today the culture of humanity at its best and at its largest. They are the two international Languages recognised as such and indispensable for all international dealings: and although to be internationally minded one would do better to possess both, still as it stands at present, they appeal to two different groups, each in its own way and each has its hemisphere where it is prevalent, almost as a second mother tongue. Geographically, America and the British Commonwealth (including India) belong to the English sphere, while the European continent, South America and a good half of Canada are more at home in French. In Asia, the eastern part took more to English, while the western part (Turkey, Syria, even Persia and Afghanistan) seem to lean more towards French.
   Almost till the end of the last century French was the Language of culture all over Europe. It was taught there as part of liberal education in all the countries and a sojourn in France was considered necessary to complete the course. Those who were interested in human culture and wished to specialise inbelles lettres had to cultivate more or less an intimate acquaintance with the Gallic Minerva. English has since risen to eminence, due to the far-flung political and commercial net that the nation has spread; it has become almost an indispensable instrument for communication between races that are non-English and far from England. Once upon a time it was said of a European that he had two countries, his own and France; today it can be said with equal or even more truth that a citizen of the modern world has two mother tongues, his own and English.
   Even then, even though French has been ousted from the market-place, it holds still a place of honour in the cultural world, among the lite and the intelligentsia. I have said French rules the continent of Europe. Indeed even now an intellectual on the ,continent feels more at ease in French and would prefer to have the French version of a theme or work rather than the English. Indeed we may say in fact that the two Languages appeal to two types of mentality, each expressing a characteristically different version of the same original truth or fact or statement. If you wish to have your ideas on a subject clear, rational and unambiguous, you must go to French. French is the Language par excellence of law and logic. Mental presentation, as neat and transparent as possibly can be is the special aid French Language brings to you. But precisely because it is intellectually so clear, and neat, it has often to avoid or leave out certain shades and nuances or even themes which do not go easily into its logical frame. English is marvellous in this respect, that being an illogical Language it is more supple and pliant and rich and through its structural ambiguities can catch and reflect or indicate ideas and realities, rhythms and tones that are supra-rational. French, as it has been pointed out by French writers themselves, is less rich in synonyms than English. There each word has a very definite and limited (or limiting) connotation, and words cannot be readily interchanged. English, on the other hand, has a richer, almost a luxuriant vocabulary, not only in respect of the number of words, but also in the matter of variation in the meaning a given word conveys. Of course, double entendre or suggestiveness is a quality or capacity that all Languages that claim a status must possess; it is necessary to express something of the human consciousness. Still, in French that quality has a limited, if judicious and artistic application; in English it is a wild growth.
   French expresses better human psychology, while meta-physical realities find a more congenial home in the English Language. This is not to say that the English are born meta-physicians and that the French are in the same manner natural psychologists. This is merely to indicate a general trait or possible capacity of the respective Languages. The English or the English Language can hold no candle to the German race or the German Language in the matter of metaphysical abstruseness. German is rigid, ponderous, if recondite. English is more flexible and has been used and can be used with great felicity by the mystic and the metaphysician. The insular English with regard to his Language and letters have been more open to external influences; they have benefited by their wide contact with other peoples and races and cultures.
   The stamp of mental clarity and neat psychological or introspective analysis in the French Language has been its asset and a characteristic capacity from the time of Descartesthrough Malebranche and Voltaire and the Encyclopaedists right down to Bergson. The English are not by nature metaphysicians, in spite of the Metaphysicals: but greatness has been thrust upon them. The strain of Celtic mysticism and contact with Indian spiritual lore have given the Language a higher tension, a deeper and longer breath, a greater expressive capacity in that direction.
   But French seems to have made ample amends for this deficiency (in the matter of variety of experiences especially in the supra-rational religions) by developing a quality which is peculiar to its turn of psychological curiosity and secular understandinga refined sensibility, a subtle sensitiveness, an alert and vibrant perception that puts it in contact with the inner (even though not so much the higher) almost the hidden and occult movements of life. That is how mysticismla mystiquecomes by a back door as it were into the French Language.
   It seems natural for the English Language to dwell on such heights of spiritual or metaphysical experience as A.E. gives us:
   In other words, we can say in a somewhat crudely general manner, in grosso modo, that if English soars high, French dives within; if English is capable of scaling the heavens of the spirit, French enters as easily into the intimacies of the soul (me). It is these intimacies or soul touches that form as it were the inner lining to the mental clarities that give French its external structure; while in English as a counterpart to its spiritual attitudes we meet on the hither side a luxuriant objectivity of sense perception. Thus the two Languages are in a way strangely complementary, and in a perfect human culture both have to be equally attended to, given equal importance if completeness or integrality is our aim.
   French and English being given the place of honour, now the question is with regard to the vernacular of those who do not speak either of these Languages. We have to distinguish two categories of Languages: national and international. French and English being considered international Languages par excellence, the others remain as national Languages, but their importance need not be minimised thereby. First of all, along with the two major international Languages, there may be a few others that can be called secondary or subsidiary international Languages according as they grow and acquire a higher status. Thus Russian, or an Asiatic, even an Indian Language may attain that position, because of wide extension or inherent value of popularity or for some other reason. Indeed, a national Language cultivated and enriched by its nationals can force itself on the world's attention and fairly become a world Language. Tagore was able to give that kind of world importance to the Bengali Language.
   It may be questioned whether too many Languages are not imposed on us in this way and whether it will not mean in the end a Babel and inefficiency. It need not be so and it is not going to be so. We must remember the age we are in, its composite structure, its polyphonic nature. In the ancient and mediaeval ages, the ages of separatism and exclusiveness of clans and tribes and regions, even in the later age of the states and nations, the individual group-consciousness was strong and sedulously fostered. Languages and literature grew and developed more or less independently and with equal vigour, although always through some kind of give and take. But the modern world has been made so inextricably one, ease of communication and free interchange have obliterated the separating boundaries, not only geographical but psychological. The modern consciousness has so developed and is so circumstanced that one can very easily be bi-lingual or even trilingual: indeed one has to be so, speaking and writing with equal felicity not only one's mother tongue but one or more adopted tongues. Modern culture means that.
   Naturally I am referring to the educated or cultured stratum of humanity, the lite. This restriction, however, does not vitiate or nullify our position. The major part of humanity is bound and confined to the soil where they are born and brought up. Their needs do not go beyond the assistance of their vernacular. A liberal education, extending even to the masses, may and does include acquaintance with one or two foreign Languages, especially in these days, but in fact it turns out to be only a nodding acquaintance, a secondary and marginal acquisition. When Latin was the lingua franca in Europe or Sanskrit in India, it was the lite, the intelligentsia, the Brahmin, the cleric, who were the trustees and guardians of the Language. That position has virtually been taken in modern times, as I have said, by English and French.
   The cultivation of a world Language need not mean a neglect or discouragement of the national or regional Language. Between the two instead of there being a relation of competition there can be a relation of mutual aid and helpfulness. The world Language can influence the local Language in the way of its growth and development and can itself be influenced and enriched in the process. The history of the relation of English and the Indian Languages, especially Bengali, is an instance in point.
   A question has been raised with regard to the extent of that influence, involving a very crucial problem: the problem of Indian writers in English. Itis said Indians have become clever writers in English because of English domination. Now that India is free and that domination gone, the need of English will be felt less and less and finally it may even totally disappear from the Indian field. What has become of the Persian Language in India? There were any numbers of Indian writers in Persian but with the disappearance of the Muslim rule the supremacy, even the influence of that imperial Language has disappeared. At the most English may remain as the necessary medium for international affairs, cultivated, that is to say, just learnt by a comparatively few for the minimum business transaction. The heart of the country cannot express itself in that foreign tongue and no literature of the Indo-Anglian type can grow permanently here.
   But this is judging the present or the future by the past. Mankind is no longer exclusively or even mainly national inits outlook; it cannot remain so if it is to progress, to take the next step in evolution. We say if mankind overpasses the nationalistic stage and attains something of the international consciousness and disposition, it would be possible and even natural for a few at least among the educated to express themselves in and through the wider world Language, not merely as an instrument of business deal, but as a vehicle of literary and aesthetic creation.
   There are certain externalsocial and politicalcircumstances in existence today and will be more and more in evidence perhaps with the lapse of time which tend to corroborate and streng then that possibility. A Language learnt for commercial or diplomatic transaction cannot remain limited to that function. Those who intend merely to learn may end very probably by cultivating it. And then it has been suggested that in the march of evolution towards world unity, there is likely to be an intermediate stage or rung where nations with special affinities or common interests will group together forming larger collectivities: there will be free associations of free nations, the Commonwealth as it has been termed. If India is to link herself specially to the English-speaking group, the English Language will not cease to be an acquaintance but continue to be or develop into a very good friend.
   It may be argued that a foreign Language, in order that it may be the medium of literary expression even for the few, must have some living contact with the many, the people themselves. Some kind of atmosphere is needed where the few can brea the and live the Language they adopt. Even for an individual when he takes to a foreign tongue, it is necessary in order to be perfectly at home and master in that Language that he should live sometime (seven years is the minimum given by a French critic) in the country of the Language adopted. In India, now that the British are gone, how can that atmosphere or influence be maintained? English letters may yet flourish here for a few years, because of the atmosphere created in the past but they are sure to dwindle and fade away like flowers on a plant without any roots in a sustaining soil. Indeed English was never a flowering from the mother soil, it was something imposed from above, at best grafted from outside. Circumstances have changed and we cannot hope to eternalise it.
   We repeat what we have suggested, a national Language flowers in one way, an international Language flowers in another way. The atmosphere if not the soil, will be, in the new international consciousness, the inner life of mankind. That will become a more and more vivid, living and concrete reality. And minds open to it, soaked in it will find it quite natural to express themselves in a Language that embodies that spirit. In this way, even though English might have lost a good deal of its external dominion in India, can still retain psychologically its living reality there, in minds that form as it were the vanguard of a new international age, with just the minimum amount of support needed from external circumstances and these are and may be available. And it would not be surprising, if not only English but French too in a similar way finds her votaries from among the international set in our country.
   All this, we repeat again, need not be and will not be at the cost of the national Language or Languages, rather the contrary.


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Wikipedia - Finisterre languages -- Language family of Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Finite language
Wikipedia - Finnic languages
Wikipedia - Finnish language -- Finno-Ugric language mostly spoken in Finland
Wikipedia - Finnish Wikipedia -- Finnish-language edition of the free encyclopedia anyone can edit
Wikipedia - Finno-Ugric languages -- Language family
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Wikipedia - Flinders Island language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Flix (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Flow chart language -- programming language
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Wikipedia - FL (programming language)
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Wikipedia - FORMAC (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Formal languages
Wikipedia - Formal language theory
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Wikipedia - Formal semantics (natural language)
Wikipedia - Formal semantics of programming languages
Wikipedia - Formosan languages -- Austronesian languages spoken by the indigenous Taiwanese
Wikipedia - Formulaic language -- Utterances with fixed forms and often non-literal meaning
Wikipedia - For sale: baby shoes, never worn -- Claimed to be the shortest possible story in the English language
Wikipedia - Forsythe (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Forth (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Fortran (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Fortress (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Foundation for Endangered Languages -- Organization supporting the protection of endangered languages
Wikipedia - Four Seasons in Havana -- 2016 Spanish-language TV show on Netflix
Wikipedia - Fourth-generation programming language -- Group of computer programming languages
Wikipedia - FoxPro -- Programming language
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Wikipedia - FP (programming language)
Wikipedia - F (programming language)
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Wikipedia - French Biriyani -- Kannada-language comedy-drama film
Wikipedia - French grammar -- Grammar of the French language
Wikipedia - French language in Cambodia -- Language
Wikipedia - French language in Canada -- Historical and sociological aspects of the French language in Canada
Wikipedia - French language in Laos -- Language
Wikipedia - French language in Lebanon -- Language
Wikipedia - French language in Minnesota -- Language
Wikipedia - French language in the United States -- Overview about the French language in the United States
Wikipedia - French (language)
Wikipedia - French language -- Romance language originating in northern France
Wikipedia - French literature -- Literature written in the French language
Wikipedia - French of France -- French language dialect
Wikipedia - French orthography -- Spelling and punctuation of the French language
Wikipedia - French phonology -- Sound system of the French language
Wikipedia - French Sign Language Academy -- Academy in Paris, France
Wikipedia - French Sign Language -- Sign language used predominately in France and French-speaking Switzerland
Wikipedia - French Wikipedia -- French-language edition of Wikipedia
Wikipedia - Frink (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Friulan language
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Wikipedia - Fusional languages
Wikipedia - Fusional language
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Wikipedia - Futhark (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Gaam language -- Language
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Wikipedia - Gaelic languages
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Wikipedia - Galatian language -- Extinct Celtic language from Asia Minor
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Wikipedia - Galindian language -- Extinct Baltic language
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Wikipedia - Gani Kashmiri -- 17th century Persian-language poet
Wikipedia - Gao language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Gapapaiwa language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Garadjari language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Garandi language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Garifuna language -- Member of the Arawakan language family, spoken in Central America, especially in Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, and Nicaragua, also within the USA
Wikipedia - Garrwa language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gascon language
Wikipedia - Gaulish language -- Extinct Celtic language
Wikipedia - Gawambaraay -- Aboriginal Australian language of New South Wales
Wikipedia - Gayo language -- Austronesian language spoken in Sumatra, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Gazeta Lwowska -- Polish language biweekly magazine
Wikipedia - G-code -- Programming languages
Wikipedia - Gdel (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Ge'ez language
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Wikipedia - GeM-JM-=ez script -- script used to write the Ge'ez language
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Wikipedia - Genbun itchi -- Unification of the written and spoken forms of Japanese language
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Wikipedia - Gender neutrality in English -- Gender neutrality in the English language
Wikipedia - Gender neutrality in genderless languages -- Lack of requirement for morphological agreement with respect to gender in some languages
Wikipedia - Gender neutrality in languages with gendered third-person pronouns -- Pronoun that refers to an entity other than the speaker or listener
Wikipedia - Gender neutrality in Spanish -- Gender neutral language in Spanish
Wikipedia - Gender neutrality -- Idea that language, policies, etc. should avoid specifying or distinguishing based on gender
Wikipedia - Gender-neutral language -- Language that avoids bias towards a particular sex or social gender
Wikipedia - General-purpose language
Wikipedia - General-purpose macro processor -- Macro processor that is not tied to or integrated with a particular language or piece of software.
Wikipedia - General-purpose programming language
Wikipedia - Generational list of programming languages
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Wikipedia - Generative principle -- Principle in foreign language teaching
Wikipedia - Genie (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Genizah -- A storage area in a Jewish synagogue or cemetery designated for the temporary storage of worn-out Hebrew-language books and papers
Wikipedia - Geographical distribution of German speakers -- Overview of the geographical distribution of speakers of the German language
Wikipedia - Geography Markup Language -- Used to describe geographical features
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Wikipedia - Georgian language -- Official language of Georgia
Wikipedia - Georgian profanity -- Profanity in the Georgian language
Wikipedia - Gerai language -- Language
Wikipedia - German grammar -- Overview of the grammar of the German language
Wikipedia - Germanic languages -- Subgroup of the Indo-European language family
Wikipedia - Germanic language
Wikipedia - Germanic parent language
Wikipedia - Germanisation -- The spread of the German language, people and culture
Wikipedia - German language in Europe
Wikipedia - German language in the United States -- Overview about the German language in the United States
Wikipedia - German (language)
Wikipedia - German language
Wikipedia - German literature -- Overview of German-language literature
Wikipedia - German orthography reform of 1996 -- Reform of spelling and punctuation of the German language
Wikipedia - German orthography -- Orthography used in writing the German language
Wikipedia - German People's Radio -- Soviet German-language radio station during World War II
Wikipedia - German philosophy -- Specialty in philosophy, focussed to German language origin
Wikipedia - German sentence structure -- Structure of sentences in the German language
Wikipedia - German Sign Language
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Wikipedia - German youth language -- Linguistic patterns associated with young German speakers
Wikipedia - Geser language -- Austronesian language spoken in Maluku, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Ghajini (2005 film) -- 2005 Indian Tamil-language action thriller film directed by A. R. Murugadoss
Wikipedia - Ghanongga language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Ghardaia Sign Language
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Wikipedia - Ghari language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Ghasiram Mahli -- Indian Nagpuri-language poet
Wikipedia - Ghayavi language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ghazal -- Form of poetry of many languages, originating in Arabic
Wikipedia - Ghilli -- 2004 Indian Tamil-language film by Dharani
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Wikipedia - Gibberish -- Nonsensical language
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Wikipedia - Gitche Manitou -- Algonquian language term for Great Spirit and later for God by Christian missionaries
Wikipedia - Githabul language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gitua language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Giulietta e Romeo (musical) -- 2007 Italian-language musical with music by Riccardo Cocciante and lyrics by Pasquale Panella
Wikipedia - Gkuthaarn language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Glasgow patter -- Anglic language variety spoken in and around Glasgow, Scotland
Wikipedia - Glass Palace Chronicle -- English language translation of the first portions of Hmannan Yazawin
Wikipedia - Gleanntain Ghlas' Ghaoth Dobhair -- Irish language written by Irish musician Proinsias M-CM-^S Maonaigh
Wikipedia - Global Language Monitor -- American media analytics company
Wikipedia - Global language system
Wikipedia - Global Science -- Urdu language magazine
Wikipedia - Global Tamil Vision -- European Tamil-language television channel
Wikipedia - Glosa -- International auxiliary language
Wikipedia - Glossary of bird terms -- Glossary of common English language terms used in the description of birds
Wikipedia - Glossary of literary terms -- List of definitions of terms and concepts used in language, literature, and literary analysis
Wikipedia - Glossary of sound laws in the Indo-European languages -- Wikipedia glossary
Wikipedia - Glossary of Unified Modeling Language terms -- Wikipedia glossary
Wikipedia - Glottolog -- Bibliographic database of the world's lesser-known languages, maintained at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
Wikipedia - Glue language
Wikipedia - Gnommish -- Gnommish is the "fairy language" used in the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer
Wikipedia - GOAL agent programming language
Wikipedia - Goaria language -- Marwari Rajasthani language
Wikipedia - Gofer (programming language)
Wikipedia - Gogyo -- Five Phases in Japanese philosophy: earth (M-eM-^\M-^_), water (M-fM-0M-4), fire (M-gM-^AM-+), wood (M-fM-^\M-(), metal (M-iM-^GM-^Q)<ref>{{cite web|title= Inyo Gogyo setsu website| language=en| url=| accessdate = 2021-01-01
Wikipedia - Goidelic languages -- Celtic language family
Wikipedia - Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela -- 2013 Indian Hindi-language tragic romance film
Wikipedia - Golmaal (2019 film) -- Tulu language film
Wikipedia - GOLOG -- High-level logic programming language
Wikipedia - Golwg -- Welsh-language magazine
Wikipedia - Gondi language -- South-Central-Dravidian language spoken by the Gondi people
Wikipedia - Goodachari -- 2018 Indian Telugu-language action spy film by Sashi Kiran Tikka
Wikipedia - Good Newwz -- 2019 Hindi-language film
Wikipedia - Go Programming Language
Wikipedia - Go programming language
Wikipedia - Go (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Gorani language -- Group of Northwestern Iranian dialects
Wikipedia - Gorgotoqui language -- Undocumented extinct language in Bolivia
Wikipedia - Gorilla (film) -- 2019 Indian Tamil-language heist comedy thriller film
Wikipedia - Gorizont (newspaper) -- Russian language newspaper in Colorado, US
Wikipedia - Gorontalo-Mongondow languages -- Subgroup of the Austronesian language family
Wikipedia - Gosiute dialect -- Dialect of the Shoshoni language
Wikipedia - Gospel of Thomas -- Coptic-language early Christian non-canonical gospel, part of the Nag Hammadi library
Wikipedia - Gosu (programming language)
Wikipedia - Gothic language -- Extinct East Germanic language
Wikipedia - Gothic verbs -- Language component
Wikipedia - Gotteslob -- Common German-language Catholic hymnal
Wikipedia - Governance -- All of the processes of governing, whether undertaken by a govnt, market or network, whether over a family, tribe, formal or informal organization or territory and whether through the laws, norms, power or language of an organized society
Wikipedia - GPSS -- General-purpose programming language
Wikipedia - GPT-3 -- 2020 Transformer language model
Wikipedia - Graeco-Arabic translation movement -- Movement that resulted in the translation of texts from various languages into Arabic
Wikipedia - Graeco-Armenian -- Hypothetical common ancestor of Greek and Armenian languages
Wikipedia - Graeco-Phrygian -- Proposed language family
Wikipedia - Grammar -- Structural rules that govern the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in a natural language
Wikipedia - Grammatical Framework -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Grand Valley Dani language
Wikipedia - Graphics Layout Engine -- Graphics programming language
Wikipedia - Graph Modelling Language
Wikipedia - GraphQL -- Data query language developed by Facebook
Wikipedia - Grasshopper 3D -- Programming language
Wikipedia - GRASS (programming language)
Wikipedia - Great Ape language
Wikipedia - Great ape language
Wikipedia - Greater Central Philippine languages -- Subgroup of the Austronesian language family
Wikipedia - Greater Kashmir -- Leading English-language newspaper published from Srinagar
Wikipedia - Greater North Borneo languages -- Subgroup of the Austronesian language family
Wikipedia - Great Norwegian Encyclopedia -- Norwegian-language online encyclopedia
Wikipedia - Greek alphabet -- Script used to write the Greek language
Wikipedia - Greek language question -- 19th and 20th century dispute in Greece about whether the popular language (Demotic) or a cultivated imitation of Ancient Greek (Katharevousa) should be official; settled in favour of the former
Wikipedia - Greek (language)
Wikipedia - Greek language -- Indo-European language of Greece, Cyprus and other regions
Wikipedia - Greek Sign Language -- Sign language of the Greek deaf community
Wikipedia - Greek Wikipedia -- Greek language edition of Wikipedia
Wikipedia - Green Door (TV series) -- 2019 Mandarin-language television mini-series
Wikipedia - Greenlandic language -- Eskimo-Aleut language spoken in Greenland
Wikipedia - Greenlandic Norse -- Extinct North Germanic language spoken by Norse settlers in Greenland.
Wikipedia - Gremlin (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Grimm's law -- Sound shift in the Germanic languages
Wikipedia - Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of Language
Wikipedia - Groovy (programming language)
Wikipedia - Guainia language -- An Arawakan language of Brazil and Venezuela
Wikipedia - Guang (film) -- 2019 Malaysian Mandarin-language drama film
Wikipedia - Guappo -- Historical criminal subculture and term of address in Neapolitan language
Wikipedia - Guarani languages -- Language group
Wikipedia - Guarani language -- Tupian language spoken in Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia
Wikipedia - Guarayu languages -- Language group
Wikipedia - Guarded Command Language
Wikipedia - Guariba Arara language -- Language of Brazil
Wikipedia - Guddiyan Patole -- Punjabi language family drama film
Wikipedia - Gugu Dhaw language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gugu Thaypan language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Guide Bleu -- Series of French-language travel guides
Wikipedia - Guile (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Gujarati language
Wikipedia - Gula'alaa language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Gulf languages -- Proposed language family
Wikipedia - Gulf News -- Dubai English language newspaper
Wikipedia - Gulidjan language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gumawana language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - GuM-CM-0brandsbiblia -- First translation of the Bible in Icelandic language (1584)
Wikipedia - Gumuz language -- Language
Wikipedia - Gunai language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gunindiri language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gunvantrai Acharya -- Indian Gujarati language author and journalist
Wikipedia - Gurdjar language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gurindji language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gur languages -- branch of the Niger-Congo languages
Wikipedia - Gurr-Goni language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Gurthunda Seethakalam -- Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film
Wikipedia - Gustav II Adolf Bible -- Swedish-language 1618 translation of the Bible
Wikipedia - Gustav Vasa Bible -- Swedish-language Bible translation published in 1541
Wikipedia - Guugu Yalandji language -- Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Guugu Yimithirr language
Wikipedia - Guvva Gorinka -- Indian Telugu-language romance film
Wikipedia - Guwar language -- Extinct Australian Aboriginal language
Wikipedia - Guyanese Creole -- English-based creole language spoken in Guyana
Wikipedia - Gwari language -- Language in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Gweagal -- Clan of the Dharawal language group and Eora people, who inhabited southern Sydney area before colonisation
Wikipedia - Gweda language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - GwichM-JM- -- Athabaskan language of the GwichM-bM-^@M-^Yin indigenous people
Wikipedia - Gwilym (band) -- Welsh-language pop rock group
Wikipedia - Gyalsumdo language -- Tibetic language
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Wikipedia - H2O (2002 film) -- 2002 Indian Kannada-language film
Wikipedia - Habl al-Matin -- 1907 Persian-language political journal
Wikipedia - Hack (programming language) -- Programming language
Wikipedia - Hadza language -- Language isolate spoken along the shores of Lake Eyasi in Tanzania
Wikipedia - Haeke language -- Austronesian language spoken in New Caledonia
Wikipedia - Haigwai language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Haiku in English -- English-language poetry in a style of Japanese origin
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Wikipedia - Haitian Creole -- Language spoken in Haiti
Wikipedia - Hajong language -- Indo-Aryan language
Wikipedia - Hakha Chin language -- Language
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Wikipedia - Halide (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Hamburg Notation System -- Phonetic transcription system for sign languages
Wikipedia - Hamer language
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Wikipedia - Handheld Device Markup Language -- Markup language
Wikipedia - Hanga language -- Language spoken in Ghana
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Wikipedia - Harari language -- Ethiopian Semitic language of eastern Ethiopia
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Wikipedia - Haruai language -- Language family
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Wikipedia - Haryanvi language -- Indo-Aryan language/dialect primarily spoken in Haryana, India
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Wikipedia - Haskell programming language
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Wikipedia - Hassaniya Arabic -- Maghrebi dialect of the Arabic language spoken in Mauritania and Morocco
Wikipedia - Hausa language
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Wikipedia - Hawai'i Sign Language
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Wikipedia - Hebrew (language)
Wikipedia - Hebrew language
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Wikipedia - Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff -- German grammarian and language educator
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Wikipedia - Hellenic languages -- Branch of Indo-European language family
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Wikipedia - Help:Multilingual support -- Rendering support for the alphabets of various languages
Wikipedia - Help:Other languages
Wikipedia - Hermes (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Hertevin language -- Modern Eastern Aramaic or Syriac language
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Wikipedia - Hierarchical Music Specification Language
Wikipedia - Higaonon language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines
Wikipedia - High German languages -- West Germanic language family
Wikipedia - Highland Konjo language -- Language spoken in Indonesia
Wikipedia - High level language
Wikipedia - High-level language
Wikipedia - High-level programming languages
Wikipedia - High-level programming language -- Programming language with strong abstraction from details of hardware
Wikipedia - High-level shader language
Wikipedia - High-Level Shading Language
Wikipedia - High Order Language Working Group
Wikipedia - Hill Nubian languages -- Group or dialect continuum of Nubian languages
Wikipedia - Hindi (disambiguation) -- Hindi languages disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Hindi language
Wikipedia - Hindi literature -- Literature in the Hindi language
Wikipedia - Hindi media -- Media in the Hindi language
Wikipedia - Hindi -- Indo-Aryan language spoken in India
Wikipedia - Hindustani language -- Indo-Aryan language spoken in India and Pakistan
Wikipedia - Hindustan (newspaper) -- Indian Hindi-language daily newspaper
Wikipedia - Hindustan Times -- Indian English-language newspaper
Wikipedia - Hinglish -- Hybrid language
Wikipedia - Hirkani -- Marathi language historical drama film
Wikipedia - Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network -- Spanish-language public broadcasting network
Wikipedia - Hispano-Celtic languages -- Language family
Wikipedia - HispanTV -- Iranian Spanish-language news channel
Wikipedia - Historical language -- Language spoken in a historical period, distinct from its modern form
Wikipedia - Historical linguistics -- Study of language change over time
Wikipedia - History of French -- Overview of the history of the French language
Wikipedia - History of Latin -- History of the Latin language
Wikipedia - History of natural language processing
Wikipedia - History of Programming Languages
Wikipedia - History of programming languages
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Wikipedia - History of the Dylan programming language
Wikipedia - History of the English language
Wikipedia - History of the Hungarian language
Wikipedia - History of the Irish language -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - History of the Korean language
Wikipedia - History of the Macedonian language -- History of modern Macedonian
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Wikipedia - History of the Russian language -- Historical changes of the Russian language
Wikipedia - History of the Scheme programming language
Wikipedia - History of the Scots language
Wikipedia - History of the Slavic languages
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Wikipedia - History of writing -- The creation and development of permanent, physical records of language
Wikipedia - Hitler (1996 film) -- 1996 Indian Malayalam-language comedy drama film
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Wikipedia - Hittite language -- an extinct Bronze Age Indo-European language
Wikipedia - Hitu language -- Austronesian language spoken in Maluku, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Hiw language -- Austronesian language spoken in Vanuatu
Wikipedia - Hmar languages -- Languages of the Hmar people
Wikipedia - HM-CM-$n language -- Northern Athabaskan language spoken in Alaska and Canada
Wikipedia - Hmong language -- West Hmongic dialect continuum
Wikipedia - HMTV -- Indian Telugu-language television news channel
Wikipedia - Hmwaveke language -- Austronesian language spoken in New Caledonia
Wikipedia - Hoava language -- Austronesian language spoken in the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology -- Vietnamese university
Wikipedia - Hoc (programming language)
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Wikipedia - Ho language -- Austroasiatic language spoken in India
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Wikipedia - Holiya language -- Language
Wikipedia - Hollywood (programming language)
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