We feel the urge to communicate. It gets larger everyday. In that process we tend to transmit unique anthropological concepts, using generalisation tools, as languages and words. Each individual culture is built upon specific semantics. We are “losing” it, quantumly, bit by bit, without even noticing the scale of loss. The unstoppable force of universalisation of knowledge leads me to write these words in English. Imagine what we may be doing without knowing. Bad, wrong, wright, good, it doesn’t matter. This entangled predicament continues to thrive in my mind.
Universal symbols are becoming less questioned by the 99%. A book, an appliance, a house, a street, a government, a practice, a border, a sea, a planet, a light, a fire.