The Wisdom Code
HOW TO UNLOCK WISDOM
Hidden within all language is a 'reverse' code 'look-up' that gives you the details you need to take wise action. You need only reverse the meanings of words, putting the suffixes before the prefixes (the end before the beginning) and therein you will unlock the most ancient inherent actionable human wisdom - almost like a wisdom code.
Take the word transmission.
Split the words to trans-mission.
Reverse the words to mission-trans.
Go to www.dictionary.com and study the meaning of each word.
Look for the Origin Expansion of the core or original meaning.
Connect the meanings of the words together
(Mission) across, beyond, through, to send
(Trans) duty or purpose
This now raises the question "What is your purpose".
As you find each new word, do the same thing.
It is like opening up a repository of Wisdom.
Through Purpose means that what transmission is actually saying is purposeful communication or movement, deferring to action.
1. A prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin ( transcend; transfix); on this model, used with the meanings “across,” “beyond,” “through,”“changing thoroughly,” “transverse,” in combination with elements of any origin: transisthmian; trans-Siberian; transampirical; transvalue.
2. Chemistry. a prefix denoting a geometric isomer having a pair of identical atoms or groups on the opposite sides of two atoms linked by a double bond.
3. Astronomy. a prefix denoting something farther from the sun (than a given planet):
4. a prefix meaning “on the other side of,” referring to the misalignment of one’s gender identity with one's biological sex assigned at birth: transgender; transsexual.
Latin, combining form of trāns (adv. and preposition) across, beyond,through
1. a group or committee of persons sent to a foreign country to conduct negotiations, establish relations, provide scientific and technical assistance, or the like.
2. the business with which such a group is charged.
3. any important task or duty that is assigned, allotted, or self-imposed:
Our mission is to find the child a safe home.
4. an important goal or purpose that is accompanied by strong conviction; a calling or vocation:
She has finally found her mission in life.
5.a sending or being sent for some duty or purpose.
6. those sent.
7. Also called foreign mission. a permanent diplomatic establishment abroad; embassy; legation.
1590 - 1600; 1925 30 for def 8; < Latin missiōn- (stem of missiō) a sending off, equivalent to miss (us) (past participle of mittere to send) + -iōn- -ion
inspire. encourage. empower.