Essence

Essence is an english word, used to describe the subtle truth of things.

Essence is all things without a word attached to them. It is the basic nature of any -thing-, as it is, with or without one to observe and define it.

A thing, of it's own, -is-. Such is the essence of a thing.

The sky may seem "blue", the water, blue. The wings of an insect, blue. An iris, "blue". The pedals of a flower, "blue".

But are these all just "blue"?

"Blue" is an english word used to describe a thing which -is-.

Yet, the truth of what is called as "blue" is, instead, divine.

There are many words for what is seemingly "blue". In french, they say "bleu". In german, "blau". In spanish, "azul".

Without a "word", what is "blue" is a thing which is wordless, and behold that it -is-.


"God" is an english word.

but the detailed, micro reality is more similar to "eternal" than to any other word.

"Spirit" is a word.

but the detailed, micro reality is more similar to "eternal" than to any other word.


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