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Codes of reality!

What is language!

Language and physical looks

Do the whites have better looks than those of other skin colours? Well, it is possible that if nations with such languages as English had not been connected to the European continent at close physical proximity, the very feeling that whites are superior may have not come up. Beyond that, the very understanding that the English whites are superior is not always a correct one. For example, when the English whites first came to the Madras area (in present Tamilnadu state of India), they were seen as quite weak, effeminate, soft, powerless personalities.

For their system of behaviour that took pride in politeness, consideration to others, usage of words such as May I, Can I, Please, Thank you, Excuse me, Good Morning, I beg your pardon and the rights denied by English language to demand the right to use intrusive questions on others socially, all tended to give a feeling that they were uselessly feminine in personality. For the local vernacular was Tamil, which was quite an aggressive language, that had a very crude side to persons who were seen as lower, and quite obsequious and respectful to those perceived as superior.

In such a social context, the white English were seen as week and inferior, while the dark coloured Tamils were seen as superior. This was a social reality for a long time, and the English did face a lot of problems due to this lack of respect for them. It was to culminate in the attack on their fort at Arcot, by a joint force of the local king and the French. In fact, it is possible that the French, whose language did have contents of feudal hierarchy, were seen superior to the English whites.

However, in the long run, it was proved that the English whites were superior to the French whites and to the local vernacular social systems. The power in the English whites was not really connected to their white colour, but to the easy communication software that they had, the English language. It was to create a very easy to function, communication system as well as a virtual code environment which could lend power to the individuals through an easy collective form of wisdom.

Language does design physical features. I am not sure to what extent the quality of the language has influenced the colour of the different language speaking persons. Even though the same feudal language speaking people, for example, Tamilians are generally dark, there are a quite a few Tamilians who are quite fair in complexion. Moreover, the dark skinned persons, especially the Blacks from Negro descent have not become white due to speaking English. Yet, is there a possibility that over years and over generations, the dark skinned Negros living in English social systems would show a slightly lighter complexion compared to those living in African social systems?

Well, it may take a lot of observation to study that. Yet, it is my understanding that language quality does affect the looks of a person. One of my major understandings is that feudal languages can bring in both contortion as well as enhancement in looks. For this, there is need to understand the power in words. Look at these words in Malayalam for You: Nee, Ningal, Sar. Each of them conveys a formidable power or removal of power on to the person who is thus addressed. The same person who gets to be addressed by the different words by the different group of persons, would experience different mental and physical sensations.

For example, a man of refinement is coming to a place. He is addressed as Nee by the servant of the household. It has a very visible negative effect on that man. It is a feeling, but not just a feeling, for it is real, and can physically be seen. It can design his facial expressions, his mental feelings of elation and desperation, his physical wellbeing. A clear traumatic expression can be seen on his features. Well, it may be understood that the one word Nee, also defines so many other words connected to it. So that He becomes Avan, and there is a general understanding that his private zone is more or less erased to its bare minimum.

If a man is thus made to experience this suppressive climate for a prolonged period of time, and as a social setup, over time, a general expression of inferiority can be discerned in him. However, in his case, his experience did not commence from his very birth.

Take the case of a person born thus into an inferior social arena in a feudal language setup. The negative force that settles on him from his childhood more or less contorts his very physical looks, the bone structure, the eyes, the nose, the chin, the bent on the neck and all his postures. A look of subordination can set on him. That is, if he is willing to concede to the powers of this force.

However, if he is mentally inclined, due to certain other software codes in his virtual arena, to fight with this contortion, he may at best arrive at a look of insubordination. It is in most cases a futile battle against the forces embedded in feudal languages, for the words more or less encase the person with the active collaboration of others in the social system. These others may include his own parents, his brothers and sisters, his kinfolk, his neighbours, his friends, his wife, his in-laws and everyone else in the social system.

In the absence of a contradictory software like English, he has not much option other than to concede to the contortion or else end up on the noose, as a rebel and social nuisance.

Now it may be remembered that indicant words do have force encoded in them. Also, bear in mind that I have contended that not only the human brain, but also reality is a creation of something akin to software. It then extends to the fact that even human body is a creation of software. So the force exerted by indicant words do have affect on the human body. Words that pull from contorting angles do contort the human facial expressions, and bone structure.

This is not a difficult thing to observe. Just make a comparative observation of children who have grown up in perfect English ambience, with those who have grown up in an ambience that is a mix of English and India vernacular, and also with those who have grown up in total Indian vernacular ambience. In the last item, another comparative observation can be made between children who have been brought up in subordinate social settings, with those who have grown up in an elevated social upbringing. A very visible softening of features can be observed in the case of children brought up in perfect English. This effect goes down as one goes down to the mixed ambience, and least in the case of vernacular.

However in the case of the last, there can be seen a different kind of softness in children who have been brought up on the elevated ambiences of the vernacular.

The children brought up in the tougher, lower areas of the vernacular could exhibit a demeanour that is different.

Since there are other factors also at work, the observation may not be quite precise as one should expect. Yet, the fact that language does affect the looks would be amply clear.

What may be reminded here is that the various indicant words for You, He, She, His, Her, Hers, Him, Yours and such do connect persons located at different locations in the virtual arena, differently. Even if these locations do change constantly, the spontaneous location of each entity at the moment when the words are used will define the angle of pull or push, and its force and direction component.

Persons who get to live in a perfect English ambience also do have this issue, and its effects can be there. Yet, it is a very, very small effect when compared to what happens in a feudal language atmosphere. When the angles stand in a static state for a long time, the effects on a new born child as he grows up can be a real contortion of features, if the angles are quite contorting. And it can also be refining if the angles are to that tune.

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