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...To be exact, the letter sound pattern written: [ r ~ a(h!* ~ k ~ s ], opens the 'text' of the word
...sound that is used to point to 'the nature of the texture' which one may sense as 'the pattern
...of facts
:' * motion ~ attention anchored ~ grounded ~ touching *; and, whenever sensed, this
...pattern matters now as 'the content which stretches out within 'the context' now in one's mind.
...Now, as 'a pattern of facts that matters within one's mental image,' is kept clearly in mind, may observe that: 'a word that makes a model of this pattern,' may be said as the name
...of this 'mental image.' Here, this name may be called upon to 're(as)semble,' or, 're-member,'
...the 'text(ure)' of this 'mental image;' and, then, what this 'mental image,' as named now, implies.
...Seeing a person get on to a boat, one may simply say: 'It rocks.', to model the next moment.
[ motion~attention is anchored~grounded integrity~(cause to move while) touching ]
...The language of the oration (written through the text): 'It rocks.', shows that: 'It,' points out: 'the
,' and that: 'rocks,' points to: 'the content,' of the orator's 'mental image.' Here, saying:
...'It,' shows that 'common sense' may 'go without saying.' Yet, as the point of the oration is to
...'make sense' of a 'mental image' (through a word sound that is said as the name of the 'mental
...image') saying the word written: 'rocks,' gets right to the point of making sense at this moment.
...The point here is that, to say: 'It rocks.', tells the truth of the facts that matter to another, with a
...word that reaches the reality of the next moment(um) to arise in the 'mental image' of the other.