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Definitions and Delineations

To define is to articulate what lies within
a concept,
a population,
a word,
a paradigm.

To delineate is to articulate what lies beyond
boundaries of a concept,
a population,
a word,
a gestalt.

To extend learning,
and loving,
is to stretch this evolving articulation of boundaries
between what lies within
and without
a concept,
a population,
a tradition,
a still evolving word,
a revolutioning,
multiculturing,
creolizing paradigm.

When we become lost in reductive delineations
we can become distracted from optimizing polypathic definitions.

For example,
Republicans, and, to a somewhat lesser extent,
Democrats, in the USA,
have begun a new tradition,
and not a healthy one,
of becoming more articulate definers
of what it means to be One
by loudly proclaiming we are not of the Other.
Something similar could be said, unfortunately,
about feminists and patriarchal fundamentalists
as anti-feminists;
which does not really evoke strong hetero family values
in any traditional nutritional fertile sense I can think of.

I guess we could call rape a form of intercourse,
but not one that anyone would hope for
in any semblance of a healthy way.

Anyway,
when Trumpians try to define the benefits
of their proposed health care legislation,
the first, and often last, phrase I hear is:
It is not ObamaCare.

Perhaps the only change
will reside within a colloquial NonTitle,
leaving further delineating boundaries
between Trumpian and Obamian Care
to evolve further at a later devolutionary time.

But, in today’s polarizing environment,
health affordability and sustenance
and pathology prevention issues
are increasingly above our active political leadership’s pay scale,
beyond our collective rhetorical mission statements,
now becoming who we are constitutionally not,
because too internally divided by plutocratic-democratic complexities
of who we might have become
together,
in and among a healthier
wealthier
regenerative spacetime
paradigm.

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