I stated quite clearly there is no innate meaning to a word. Words only gain meaning through usage. Words, like things themselves, are transient. They are symbols constructed to communicate what is recognized in the truth of existence. The truth of existence is not dependent on words or the minds that create them. When the truth of existence is observed or experienced, there can be an attempt to share this objective knowledge (a true experience) with another mind, and this is done by the use of subjective language. It is the words themselves which separate the second party from reality. They give a secondary view, a subjective view. The first party has complete, actual interaction and experience with truth. If they hold this understanding separate from other experiences, they can experience, and know truth in a particular manner. This is not scientific truth, for there are other truths, that are not scientific.