I was thinking:
Come on folks!!
A warrior knows a wise man does not win or loose anything.
A gambling man wins and looses.
A wise man does not gamble, partly this is what makes him wise.
A warrior knows that knowledge is specific to words.
A warrior knows that a wise man extends his friendship, thus heartening friends.
Words are so incredibly important to our net conditioning, or, in this day and age our reconditioning.
To enlighten the collective understanding of how the use and context of words may stabilize an evolutionary condition, we must revolutionize our understanding of how our neuropathway familiarizes itself with habit forming conditions, in this case, through the use of our words.
In a lecture recently, there was a woman consistently using the word "try".
I knew, in the context of her use, there was a familiarity of not having succeeded somewhere in her life and the word "try," from a warrior's point of view, ironically comforts that lack of success, that she is reinforcing her experience of no success.
I put a pen in my hand and asked her to "try" and remove it. She removed it. I took it back and said; no "try" to remove it. She removed it. Once more I repeated the exercise and she removed the pen from my hand.
My point is not to stop the familiarization process but rather to familiarize one with a concept that the process of familiarization can be conditional, personal, relating internally.
Conditions can change. Words are incredibly familiar both consciously and subconsciously.
Words are thought energy that aligns energetically, contextually speaking; they are sympathetic to how we identify our external and internal world. This is not a bad thing. It is a specific point.
A point I would make, when being mindful of our communication, may change personal perception and align with a collective evolution.