A message of Purpose

No, no, no. Step by step. I think that this is also your problem. First of all, one has to understand what others say and then, secondly, what they mean. If you read my words I am just writing, then you have to be capable of knowing the letters, the syllables, the words, the sentences, the whole text and, of course, the grammatical structure and the relations of all that, and after it you can begin with your interpretation of what the people mean, because the people and their world are part of the context but not the text itself.

I am also saying that language is a key to philosophy. See especially: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=186458 .

Yes. Of course. Can you?

Do you not know that sense? If not, then (try to) try to find out.