Nevertheless I feel a compelling wish to SAY certain things to YOU. This in turn might be a sign of a mentally healthy personality.
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Nice intro. It is hard to put things into words it's true. The best you can do is put it into words in such a way that the person you are talking to can feel it or experience it the way you did. And when you try to put it into words, you have to really think it through, which is a good thing.
The most peculiar fact is when they come by saying that they are trying to develop a THEORY OF LANGUAGE!
Now I know there is STRING THEORY, but please don't be absurd about a THEORY of language!
Anyway I'm not a philosopher insofar I'm not interested
(from "inter-esse" - "to reside inbetween/at sth") in philosophy. Rather I "show interest" in it, as if from outside. I find myself think over rather obscure things at times. That's why I'm here. I'd love to find out whether those things are in fact obscure, or whether they just seem to be so.