"Love, Happiness, Truth" perhaps even the word "God" can be understood on many levels. Considering the levels at which "Love" can be understood, the highest understanding of love in our English language seems to be "Union." Perhaps there is a higher understanding (state) of love but there is no word in our language to describe that state. Do we need a word to describe this higher state of love before we can understand it and experience that state? If so, what do you believe the word should be? Is it "subjective expansion" as one person suggests, and, if so, what does that mean?
"Happiness" is also difficult to describe cause it means different things to different people, from a sense of mild contentment to ecstatic joy. Is there a word that describes (not temporary sense of satisfaction, well being) a state pf pervasive, ongoing "Happiness" that permeate the feeling of "All is well?"
I recently composed a definition for "Truth" that serves me now. "Truth is whatever the mind creates and the self accepts." I'd appreciate your comments/suggestions!
Do we need to have the word (vocabulary) in our language before we can understand and experience the concept? I decided the word "God" is a metaphor for all we humans don't understand. HELP!