What is relationship?

Relationship is how you perceive something.

How you understand it – what experience it brings into your life whan you think of it.

You have a relationship with every person, place, thing, and concept.

Even if you haven’t heard of a concept, thing or place, you have a relationship.

To a human, this is a relationship of “unknown unknown.” To a Son of God, it is a relationship of “forgetfulness.”

- alex brady


Edit 7/25/21:

Before the edit, this post had a few typos. I’d like to use the occasion to explain a new concept:

“Meaning Density”

While learning to translate perception into true perception, Holy Spirit speaks truth onto perceptions by painting new meanings onto relationships.

Note: I am using relationship as defined within the upper part of this article.

This will cause a period of perception where perceptual events contain multiple meanings:</br> One historically conventional meaning. One meaning given to via HS that *sounds* unconventional, but *yields* peace. The typos in the upper part of this article will be used to demonstrate this. Conventionally, they are typos that need to be corrected. Unconventional and generally, they are useful for this very learning exercise of "meaning density." Specifically, the typos mean the following to me right now. Feel free to examine them in context of your own life story as well. ## original article Relationship is how you *perceive* something. How you understand it. What xperience it beings into your life whan you think of it. You have a relationship with every person, place, thing, and concept. Even if you haven't heard of a concept, thing or place, you have a relationship. A relationship of "forgetfulness." \- alex brady ## typos **Typo 1: xperience** Relationship is how you *perceive* something. What **xperience** it beings into your life whan you think of it. X is Christ, like Xmas. Xperience is a cool looking word that now means Christ-sperience. Christ-sperience is synonymous with true perception. **Typo 2: beings** Relationship is how you *perceive* something. What xperience it **beings** into your life whan you think of it. To have and to be are synonymous in truth. This is more of an interesting Freudian slip that illuminates *beingness* as the medium of *having*. **Typo 3: sentence fragments** How you understand it. What xperience it beings into your life whan you think of it. A relationship of "forgetfulness." I do not know yet if there is significance with the sentence fragments, but I do see them as out of the ordinary for my writing style. --- What is gained from this meaning density: hard to convey concepts and new ideas where typos could have been seen as negative production quality and nothing else.
Now we have insights into true perception and be/have unity. Enlightened Typos 😎 \- alex brady