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02-April-2015

 

REGAURDING THE ID (self) MAP

 

ID:        The division of the psyche associated with instinctual impulses and the satisfaction of the primitive need.
THE [stressed thee; unstressed before a consonant th uh; unstressed before a vowel thee] Word Origin definitive article (used especially {specifically} before a proper {befits} noun, natural phenomenon, ship, building, time, point of the compass, branch of endeavor, or field of study something well known or unique), used with or part of a title, used to mark a noun as indicating the best known, most approved, most important, most satisfying, etc.), used to mark {point out} a noun as being (used generally), (used in place of a possessive pronoun, to note a part of the body or a personal belonging), (used before adjectives that are used substantively, to note an individual, a class or number of individuals, or an abstract idea.), variant of theo before a vowel [the archy], British stressed or empathetic, unstressed before a consonant, unstressed before a vowel, determiner (mitigator) (used preceding a noun that has been previously specified), (used with a qualifying word or phrase to indicate a particular person, object, etc, as distinct from {all} others),( used preceding certain nouns associated with one’s culture, society, or community, used preceding present participles and adjectives when they function {perform} as nouns, (used preceding titles {identifiers}and certain uniquely specific or proper {befitting} nouns, such as place names), (used preceding a qualifying {justifyer}adjective or noun in certain names or titles), (used preceding a noun to make it {cause}refer to its class generically (jf-ner’ik) adjective of including or indicating an entire group, not protected by a trade mark or trade name, of or relating to a biological genus [<Latin genus, a kind] generically adverb], usually stressed the best, only, or most remarkable), (used with proper nouns when qualified, another word for per, esp with nouns or noun phrases or cost, often facetious or derogatory), (used preceding a unit of time in phrases or titles indicating an outstanding person, event, etc), Middle English from the demonstrative adjective that later superseded, (masculine), adverb –often foll? by for- (used before comparative adjectives or adverbs for emphasis), (used correlatively before each of two comparative adjectives or adverbs to indicate equality), Olde English thi, thy, instrument case of the 1 and that, related to Old Norse thi, Gothic thei, combining form a variant of theo, History (used with or as part of a title): (used to mark a noun as indicating {pointing to}the best known, most approved, most approved, most important, most satisfying, etc.), (used to mark a noun as being used generically) (used in place of a possessive pronoun, to note a part of the body or a person belonging):, (used before adjectives that are used substantively, to note individual, a class or number of individuals, or an abstract idea):, (used before adjectives that are used substantively, adverb (used to modify an adjective or adverb in the comparative degree and to signify “in or by that”, “on that account,” “in or by so much,” or “in some or any degree”), (used in correlative constructions to modify an adjective or adverb in the comparative degree, in one instance with relative force and in the other with demonstrative force, and signifying “by how much … by so much” or “in what degree … in that degree”):before 900; Middle English; Olde English the, thy, instrumental case of demonstrative pronoun, variant of theo before a vowel: adverb (often foll? by for), (used before comparative adjectives or adverbs for emphasis: (used correlatively before each of two comparative adjectives or adverbs to indicate equality): Olde English thi, thy, instrumental case of the1 and that; related to Old Norse thi, Gothic thei, combining form a variant of theo, late Olde English be, nominative masculine form of the demonstrative pronoun and adjective. After c. 950, it replaced earlier se (masc.) seo (fem.), baet (neuter), and represents se altered by the p- form which was (used in all the masculine oblique cases). Olde English is from PIE root so- “this, that” (cf, Sanskrit sa, Avesanha, Greek ho, he “the”, Irish and Gaelic so “this”) for the p- forms.

 

DIVISION (setting apart from)

 

Of (where)

 

the PSYCHE (soul or spirit as distinguished from the body)

 

ASSOCIATED (connected or joined with)

 

INSTINCTUAL (choo-el . adjective)

 

IMPULSES (motivators)

 

and the SATISFACTION (completion)

 

of PRIMITIVE [prim-i-tiv]

adjective meaning; first, earliest in existence, early age, early humankind, of or relating to preliterate (before understanding)

need (lack of something required, necessity, obligation, requisite,, poverty. [idiom; necessary)

noun meaning primitive, someone primitive, [primitive ONE]

mathematics geometric or algebraic form or expression from which another is derived, a function of the derivative giving function.

linguistics the form which a given word or other linguistic formula has been derived by either morphological (or historical processes, astake in undertake.

 

The setting apart of soul or spirit as distinguished from the body which is connected or joined with an influence, feeling, or drive that is not learned and that results in complex animal behavior such as building of nests or nurturing of young, motivates completion of preliterate {unlearned, immature in understanding} purpose.

 

HEART:            The hollow muscular organ that pumps blood {life in blood} received from the veins {vines} into the arteries, thereby supplying the entire circulatory system (totality of universal functioning}, regarded as the seat of emotion, as: a mood, b. compassion, c. affection,                    d. character, e. fortitude, the most central and material part, any of a suit marked {set apart, made distinguishable}, lelloma, by heart, by memory, heart soul completely, entirely with all one’s heart, great sincerity, conviction, very gladly [<OE heorte.] synonyms: essence, core, seed, marrow, code, nub, pith, root, stuff, substance, noun

 

SOUL    The life (existence) and vital {necessary} principle in a person often conceived immaterial entity that survives {supersedes} death, a spirit, ghost, a human being, the central or vital part of something, the person considered {believed} to be the embodiment {all} of an intangible {non-physical} emotional {motivation} or moral nature, a person’s emotional or moral nature, emotional or expressive intensity {zeal} especially in music. Adjective slang of or derived from black culture <OE. Sawol.>

DESIRE    To wish, long for, crave, want, (di-zir’) sired – siring, request, appetite, [Latin desiderare – desir-er noun.

 

 

Theo Word

Word (theo) God(theo)

God (theo) Christ (theo)

Christ (theo) Life (theo)

Life (theo) Love (theo)

Love (theo) God (theo)

God (theo) ID (theo)

ID (theo) Sentient

Sentient Self (theo)

Self (theo) Awareness

Awareness (self-theo) Validation

Validation Justification

Justification Acceptance

Acceptance Peace

 

 

Dear hearts hear me; there will be a substantial amount more coming regarding why it is that we follow our heart. It is not only that one must follow their own heart (ID); it is also established, as necessary, to follow your ID.  This inevitably leads to acceptance.

 

Therefore; follow your hearts all the way home darlings. ALL the WAY home.

Father says

Father says

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