What and how do we say that things can affect us and others. All this depends on content and context. Language has allowed people to survive and develop. We could only communicate with others using the words used. Yet the same words can create tension and love.
Although the words make sense, it just means that every person gives it. Modify the words in a sentence and have a completely different meaning. A word can move someone to act, and another word can make a man for them. Even the words read in this article may have meaning – this all depends on how I write and what you are taking away from it.
A single word can add another meaning in other words. Finally, they form a sentence. How they are in the sentence, this means in a sense or otherwise.
Now the words and the language are here. Many people tend to say a word they are referring to. For example, say "Statue of Liberty," as it is the statue of Liberty. Words are just words and not the thing. Same map. The map is not the area. It may be a representation, but not the area it represents.
Yet, people get emotion when they mention a certain word as if the word is real. This can affect your behavior. Many advertisers use words (and language) to influence our behavior so we buy what they offer. Politicians use words to influence the way they vote. Poets have used words for a long time to emotionally get in touch with us, so we have tellers. This is done in all languages.
The words we say to ourselves can help or obstruct us. What if I say "you're trying to do something," is that what you want to do to take action? But what if I say "you do something, now" is the stronger one? This is the structure of how words are used that can influence their behavior.
Now if I say the word "dog" to you, what makes sense to you? You can find a nice memory of a family dog you've been living as a child. Another person may be afraid of a dog thinking about it. The same word has different meanings than different people. Think about these words, and what are your meanings: Republican, Democratic, Libertarian, Independent, Green Party, and Socialist Party? How about California, Alabama, New York, Kansas, Montana, Texas, and Washington D.C.? What if I changed a sentence and said, "The dog bites the man." What's the point for you? What if I said, "Does a dog bite the dog?" Changing things, even if you use the same words?
As you can see, each one has a different meaning from different people. Each person can bring behavioral changes to every person. But these are just words, right? The only meaning we all give them. In addition, the structure of the sentence formulates words differently.
Look at the words you use in your own life. What report do you give them? What emotions do you bring in? Create some behavior in you? If you think rationally about this, you can find out what the words are, just words. You are the behavior of words and words, not the words themselves. Language and words can have a profound effect on our behavior until we know the reality behind them.
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