"It has nothing to do with interpretations or semantics or meanings."
Communication has everything to do with interpretation, sematics and meanings.
I should have made myself clearer.
I meant to say that my point about holy writs has nothing to do with the process of communications such as semantics and interpretations and meanings.
I am not reasoning about "communication".
I am not reasoning about "writing".
I am reasoning about the fact that humans communicated/related (BY WHATEVER PROCESS) before writing. Thus humans had an overstanding of Jah and righteousness and morality and humanity before holy writs came about.
I did not mean to turn this into a discussion about communication itself.
thanks for the input
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