Thoughts on a Sentence

Thoughts on a Sentence by Chris Hyde So, consider the sentence: ‘She is a victim’. A perfectly normal sentence. I have no issues with the word ‘she’ – even though pronouns are big in certain areas of discussion at the moment – nor the indefinite article...

How do the labels we use change our reality?

Language is inherently imperfect. As humans, we communicate the majority of our experiences with words. These words have connotations that we use to organise concepts into our brains. When we encounter new information, we immediately seek to file it based on our pre-existing understanding of the world.