[Missing from between 04.01.11. ”Hope” and 05.01.11. ”The Pendulum Swings”]
Questions from an inquiring mind and my answers to them.
Question: I have a query and it is about the thinker and thought. Is the thought different from the thinker or thinker itself is thought. What is the role of words in thinking, can we think without words?
Q 1: Is the thought different from the thinker or thinker itself is thought.
A 1: Since “God” is “Thought” as I have described IT, and each Spirit (entity) is “God”, the thinker is thought. Therefore there is no difference.
Q 2: What is the role of words in thinking?
A 2: Words are simply a means of communication in the phenomenal, or physical, world. They are only an expression of the mind. Telepathy is communication of mind to mind without words.
Q 3: Can we think without words?
A 3: If by “think” you mean ment (mental activity) the answer is ‘Yes’. If by “think” your refer to thought, the answer is ‘No’ because thought is still – there is no activity. It cannot be described because, like the Great Spirit, it is not of this world. Remember the my use of the word Thought is specific to what I have written and I have used it because it best describes the Reality as I see it. These are abstract things, hence often indescribable although understandable to some.
Acknowledgment: Thank you for your answer it really helped me to understand the “thought” more clearly, before I was confused between the thought and the thinker.