In the wordless world
In the wordless world, matter doesn’t exist for self-evident reasons.
In the wordy world
In the wordy world, matter describes what words do not have any of.
Self-energy is energy that does not exist until it is observed by an instrument that can detect it. But words have even less self-energy than that.
That is why words couldn’t matter if they tried, and why inside of a word-user, words cannot be detected by the most advanced x-ray, laser, MRI, scanner, and not even by the world’s most sensitive detector in existence, the LUX-Zeplin in South Dakota, USA.
The only instrument on Earth that can detect a word inside of a word-user is the word-user itself.
The heart of the matter
A word-user’s heart may be cheating, dancing, trembling, aching, pounding, torn, broken, or breaking, simply because according to words, there is precious little a heart cannot do.
But what if the heart is just beating away quietly, doing its job? Then we tend to ignore it and take it for granted, don’t we?
Years of research have led me to conclude that the word-users respond to words in the similar ways. If our words are just doing their job, we take them for granted.
But the heart of the matter it’s the word, not the heart, that explains why we use words and the wordless aren’t.