1. Words and Languages

There are only few words in English in day to day language to explain, for an ordinary person to understand reality and beyond, as these are not commonly discussed even by scientific community. In the study of science, as they discover (or really invent an illusion) various particles or forces, words are introduced often connected with the name of the person who discovered them. Because reality (ultimate “particle” state) and beyond reality (nibbana in Maghadi or nirvana in Sanskrit) are far, far away from scientists there have been a lack of meaningful words to explain such states.

      Intelligence is a word loosely used in day to day conversations. In common usage “intelligence” means the ability of the computing power of the brain, of the information gathered from the five senses. It is also defined as the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.

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