The topic of basic human communication, our language, our writing, or in other words, our language, is very underestimated nowadays. I will try to explain this issue to you from a different perspective than usual.

In my project, I am considering the interconnected world. The world consists of an infinite number of autonomous units that, through their interaction, create our reality. If you imagine the world as an ocean of energy, then you can clearly see how individual consciousnesses (autonomous units) can modify this energy in real-time. Try moving. By moving, you change a certain part of this huge field of energy. I often compare consciousness to space, so by moving, you not only change your space, but you directly influence the space around you. The interaction between you and your environment is constant. You can easily see that there is an incredible number of consciousnesses that directly modify their environment (whether in the plant, animal, or human kingdom). It is more difficult to see the connection between living and non-living nature (...non-living, meaning the space that is filled between living creative beings...), but if you look at the world on a microscopic level, you will see that there are no boundaries in the field of energy between spaces/consciousnesses. Therefore, to literally consider the terms (living/non-living) in this context seems imprecise. Various philosophies consider one consciousness, one space, one life. Space is "parcelled" into xyz autonomous spaces, which have their own point of view and, through their mutual interaction (sharing experiences/information), create a "colourful" world. The quality of interaction, or influence, determines the quality of reality. The quality of influence varies between different autonomous units. A more conscious unit has an advantage over a less conscious one; it can influence/steer it better. In our world, the attempt to protect oneself from being controlled is futile. Either you control, or you are controlled. This characteristic of our world (space) directly determines our inability to detach our space from other spaces. We are not in space; we are a direct extension of this one constantly expanding space. We are space/consciousness/life. We are not a drop in the ocean; we are the ocean in one drop.

I am contemplating collective consciousness. What if the thoughts we carry in our heads are the result of our collective activity? We all have the same foundation; our only difference seems to be the angle of view. Different positions in space predispose us to different experiences, different understandings, different priorities, and different goals. Nobody lives in the eyes of another. We are all unique with our own position in space. What if the experiences/information we collect throughout life are stored in our common network/space? Nowadays, we can easily compare the principle of life to our network - the internet. So, we could also perceive the world as an expanding information field that gains new information necessary for improving the quality of life through our activity. The vast database of information, together with our angle of view, helps us find new solutions, ideas, creativity, and helps us deal with any situation we encounter. With this theory, we can also better explain our dreams. We can perceive dreams as our consciousness connecting to a common database where we can perceive not only our own experiences but also the experiences of anyone else, from any other space. Dreams often seem nonsensical and incompatible with our lives, but if we allow for the possibility that the experience in the dream may not be "our own," they suddenly may not seem so nonsensical. I am basing this on a philosophical thought that says everything a person (any consciousness) can imagine is real. Perhaps you are still considering the possibility that dreams are our own creation, fantasy, mixed reality, or a product of our never-ending brain activity during life. But is it the brain that creates? Look at how many brains there are in the world; each is different, with a different structure and distribution. If the brain were the main organ in understanding reality, each of us would understand our world differently and see things differently. Our brains would not agree on what is hard, what is soft, what is green, and what is blue. But what if our brain works similarly to a mobile phone? It is just a "device" that receives information from space (from the database) and evaluates it. And not only receives but also sends. Someone has a more powerful mobile phone than others and can work better with information. Each of us calls a different number, focuses on different information, and follows different goals. In this case, it is easier to imagine the interconnectedness and coordination of information between different consciousnesses based on the same rules. The sharing of information between autonomous units is constant but of different quality and speed. Quality as well as the speed of information dissemination affect the development of a specific area in our world.

People share information about their experiences with each other using their language (speech, writing). We can understand our language as a technology in the field of information dissemination. It allows us to achieve the necessary speed in the transmission of information, which is related to the sufficient quality in organizing/managing our species. Our advantage over other earthly species comes precisely from the use of language, our information advantage. We can use collective thoughts much more effectively than other species, which is reflected in our technological advantage. The quality of language in our species varies. We can easily see how cultures that do not have sufficiently developed language lag behind the surrounding world and have a harder time coordinating with it. Conversely, in cultures with a more developed language, there is constantly development of new technologies, development of society, and development of humanity. I will leave politics aside in this article. The essence is to realize the need to use quality language to achieve the development of society. In today's world, we can see how less developed languages mix with more developed ones and cause a decline in our ability to transmit information. I am talking about the adoption of foreign words. Some of us understand the problem as enriching the vocabulary, but I ask, what kind of enrichment is it if the foreign word comes from a simpler language? In a more complex language, it creates the possibility of easing thinking. The reality is therefore exactly the opposite. It is not about enrichment, but about the degradation of language, the degradation of thinking. It is necessary to understand that the better I am able to express my idea to another person or the whole collective, the higher quality I am able to realize the idea. Imagine that someone said the old familiar phrase "you know" after every sentence when explaining a process to you. You might know, but if you are solving the problem for the first time, you certainly do not know. The quality of language is crucial in creating new technologies, in quality management of society, and in the development of humanity. The thesis is not new, various nations have been aware of it for a long time. In many nations, society is hierarchically divided according to language. Take Japan, for example, where castes of people are divided according to the quality of language they use. Those who master "imperial Japanese" belong to the highest caste. As long as people communicate with each other through language, the development of language is key. It is possible that in the future we will switch to a different kind of communication. Perhaps our technologies will allow us to speed up the transmission of information/thoughts and a new form of communication - telepathy - will emerge. Whoever can speed up the flow of information between species will change the world.

Learn to master your native language. Your language not only influences your surroundings and immediate environment, but current technologies also allow you to have an impact on more distant and extensive areas. The quality of your expression directly affects the quality of your management and the quality of realizing your idea. I too struggle with this task. It is not easy to express your thoughts, either in writing or in speech, so that they are easily understandable to a wider audience. Thoughts are like a flowing river that is very difficult to grasp. Concentration and presence are the way. You connect to the network and download data. Try it. Do not try to simplify your expression with foreign words. Your language does not have to be complicated, it does not have to contain difficult words, but it must be as extensive as possible so that you can express your idea in different ways, different words, from different angles. If you can present the issue from multiple angles, you have a much greater chance of understanding and grasping the management of space.

Slovak language is exceptional, it contains a sufficient number of expressions to describe thoughts with sufficient quality. Although we are a small nation, our language predisposes us to stand alongside nations that will push humanity technologically one step further. The question is whether we will understand our advantage and whether we will not destroy the legacy of our ancestors by incorporating simple expressions into our communication.

Juraj Tušš