“Ana” in Latin is AGAIN
But what the heck is ‘again‘? It spells A Gain but it is only gaining a repeat. What gives here?
How is again “a gain“? On occasion, repeating is good. But too much of AGAIN, Again, again is known as “beating a dead horse”. We have these expressions to loosen our chains of bondage we embrace in the languages! To remind us when again is a gain and when it is NOT.
London – “again-ing” with Languages
In London it is estimated that around 300 languages are spoken as mother tongues. Overall, Europe speaks 225 languages. The politically correct choice of language in Europe are Eleven and they are: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Greek, Danish, Swedish, Dutch, Finnish and Portuguese. Although each culture’s language is a product of its own history, and each has its own beauty and its own unique way of perceiving the world, there is a flaw!
World’s Lane Gages are Equal!
All the various languages have been determined to be equal! In the following:
“… how no differences in the degree of “difficulty of learning”, which has been confirmed by long-term research and observations, e.g. to children growing up with different mother tongues.
Each language is a complex unit of sounds and symbols, which, combined with grammatical and syntactic rules, compose a tool suitable to express orally and in writing the needs of each group or society that uses it.
Modern European languages today use many technical and scientific terms, with the result that their vocabularies include hundreds of thousands of words and phrases.
IN our DAILY speech, however, we use only a minimal percentage of this huge reserve, i.e. we use a few words, but with great frequency.”
quoted from: http://users.uoa.gr/~nektar/history/language/metrorama_europe_225_languages.htm
All Languages are Equal How Again?
The “skinny” (truth) is, all languages are equally effective at keeping Humanity and individuals in a never ending loop of repeating joy, despair, joy, despair – AGAIN, Again and again – forever! The masters of the languages are nameless and will remain so. All the tools you need for freedom have been laid in front of you. You have EVERY advantage. The languages themselves, make every person on Earth equally available for resolution on All Matters.
The English language is estimated to have borrowed words from about 350 other languages, while today the reverse is the case: many languages borrow words from English. Most Americans are mono lingual. Most Europeans are multi-lingual and raised as children bi-lingual in most cases. A bilingual person can have a simultaneous relationship with two different cultures, can better understand their differences and can contribute positively to bridging the gap between cultures. But they are still “tied” to the world but appear to others as – more sophisticated. We see this sophistication contrast between “law, medical, science practitioners” and their clients.
European language(s) n Europe, mostly belong to the same family. They are different branches of the ancient PIE “Proto-Indo-European” language, which is thought to have been in use 5,000+ years ago. Exceptions are Hungarian, Estonian and Finnish, which belong to the so-called “Uralic language family”, as well as the Basque language, whose origin still remains unknown.
“Many linguists agree that the Basque language is the oldest in Europe and that its origins clearly date back to the Neolithic period. However, certain sources seem to indicate that their roots go even further back in time. An example that seems to support this hypothesis is the interesting collection of Basque words used to describe prehistoric work tools.” above quote from: https://www.pyreneanexperience.com/basque-language-origins/
In Greece during recent decades, many people in have understood two forms of modern Greek: Demotic and Katharevousa. The history of Katharevousa reportedly owes much to Enlightenment Era figures, such as Adamantios Korais or “Corais” (1748-1833).
“From the Basque word ‘iz’, which denotes the concept of energy or light, we get the words izar (star), izan (to be), izadi (nature), izaki (living being), izaera (personality or way of being), izorra (pregnant) and izotz (ice or cold energy). The use of such Basque vocabulary as the building blocks for other objects or concepts has led scientists to believe that a form of Basque was spoken by the inhabitants of the caves in Altamira, Ekain or Lascaux about 15 000 years ago. In the words of the famous Spanish Anthropologist, Julio Caro Baroja:
‘The origin of these people is that of their language which many believe goes back as far as Cro-Magnon man’. This idea is also supported by Professor Luigi Luca Cavalli Sforza of Stanford University.
Many linguists agree that the Basque language is the oldest in Europe and that its origins clearly date back to the Neolithic period. However, certain sources seem to indicate that their roots go even further back in time. An example that seems to support this hypothesis is the interesting collection of Basque words used to describe prehistoric work tools.” quote from: https://www.pyreneanexperience.com/basque-language-origins/
Language / People Milkshake
All these languages are equally revealing and concealing. They all contain glory and despair. Trials, losses and victories. All these languages, peoples and histories contain a commonality: REPEAT, Repeat, repeat – AGAIN, Again, again. You would think with 15,000 years of speaking and forming words, we would have resolved any differences. Are Humans actually that deficient?
NO. We are under the restriction of masters who direct our focus and maintain a continuous and repeating loop. Who wants it to end? Our focus determines our fates. What we focus on we get – EVERY TIME.