Thoughts On The Dead

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Sapir-Wharf Rat Hypothesis

Always remember how language shapes thought. For example, in the Inuit language, every single word means “snow.” Verbs, nouns, adjectives: all snow.

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  1. You’re about halfway there. All words in Yiddish have something to do with: “Guilt of grief?”

    Alaska’s a pretty big place.

    גוט גליק !

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