THE NEW DICTIONARY©
By Jo Moon
Many words we use now are a way of disguising the truth. If words were changed to reveal what they really mean we may feel very differently about some things.
Here are some examples:
MEAT – DEAD ANIMAL. A live animal inhumanely kept and slaughtered against its will by human hand.
The meat above is the insides of a lamb (as seen below) after it has been slaughtered. The connection between these two is not often made.
BUTCHERS SHOP – SHOP WHERE SLAUGHTERED INNOCENT ANIMALS ARE CUT UP AND SOLD FOR HUMANS TO EAT.
FISHING – KILLING OR CATCHING FISH BY PUTTING A SPIKE THROUGH THEIR THROAT OR JUST PUTTING THE SPIKE THROUGH THEIR FLESH FOR FUN. OR CAPTURING IN A NET. This is either a sport or for acquiring fish to eat. The fish do not have any say in this.
PUB OR BAR – PUBLIC VENUE WHERE PEOPLE POISON THEMSELVES WITH ADDICTIVE SUBSTANCES. Through this activity people loose their ‘right minds’ and may loose control of themselves. It is often a place where people go to escape from life’s problems and emotional issues but here they will not be helped to overcome these problems or receive healing. On the contrary more problems may be created.
RIGHT MIND – The ability to think clearly, be in tune with the higher self and able to connect to spirit guides and divine forces which offer help, guidance and protection. The ability to function in the world being in tune with one’s life purpose and acting with integrity.
LICENSED TO SELL ALCOHOL – Given permission to sell poisonous substances which have the ability to create addition, crime, ill health and death.
SWEETS/CONFECTIONARY – Refined sugar mixed with artificial additives and flavours which have the ability to rot teeth, be detrimental to health, cause addiction and hyperactivity. No or little nutritional value so generally of no value to the well being of the human mind or body. Can create blood sugar level problems and eventually severe health conditions.
TOWNS – Places where there is little nature, emphasis on consumerism, higher volumes of people, large number of buildings, higher concentrations of toxicity, pollution and harmful chemicals together with electromagnetic stress. These places generally operate at a faster pace and can be stressful. There will be lots to do but you will generally need money to do most things here.
COUNTRYSIDE – A calmer and more peaceful place where there is a predominance of nature in all its forms though there may be a small proportion of buildings (commercial and residential). May comprise of trees, hills, lakes, mountains, hills, woods and forests, waterfalls, beaches, plants and flowers and a variety of wildlife. Pursuits in the countryside generally do not require the use of money and may include activities such as walking, cycling, camping, boating, diving, bird watching etc.
FASHION – A way of making people feel insecure and out of date if they are wearing the wrong clothes at the wrong time. This creates consumerism, insecurity amongst people and competition. It creates unnecessary interest in the clothing business as a way of distracting from more important life and spiritual issues.
MAKE-UP/COSMETICS – A way of making women feel insecure about their appearance and looks and defining a role model which creates unachievable expectations. Toxic substances which damage the skin and body and mask a woman’s true self. An emphasis on glamour in order to cover up the truth of what really makes up a person.
FISH FESTIVAL – A way of masking and celebrating the inhumane killing of millions of fish in the world’s oceans for the sake of unnecessary human consumption.
A JOB – Often a mundane activity (though can be interesting) carried out for an individual, company or organization in order to receive money to pay bills, mortgage or rent and buy food. Some people are happy in their jobs but many take on a job out of necessity as money is a pre-requisite to being able to eat, have a home and live. People therefore feel pressurised to acquire a job that earns them the highest income rather than seeking a job or activity that fulfils them as a necessary part of their life purpose and innate interests.
Looking at these definitions it would appear that life in our current world and societies is designed to take us away from our true divine selves, away from health and well being and to a place of consumerism, ill health, addiction and distraction. If this is the case we need to look very carefully at our own lives and how we can make adjustments so as to bring ourselves back into balance.
We all have a divine purpose for being on this Earth at this particular time, especially since we are now in 2012. Now is the perfect time to get ourselves back into balance and on the right track!
I have outlined a selection of random words and definitions here in my new dictionary. Please add a few yourself! I would be very interested to hear about any other words that you feel have different meanings to the obvious ones.
Thank-you for reading!