Telos is Greek for end. So nice. Reply

Sean has this lucidly written this article on our existential moorings .. “Why we move towards Future differently from Past eg is Thermodynamics and Arrow of Time”. What I picked up is though, two interesting cognates of Greek with Sanskrit.

Telos is Greek for End. Well it is so for Sanskrit, (hence ILS, almost all Indian Language System you can bet); See t is almost always tied to s, eg store, starvation. Its one syllable unit. (transliteration locked or locked by alphabet occurrence, origin) So you can add the s. (phonetic also means you can eg say selos, telos etc) stelos. l is a y or j etc, a softer rendering which makes the l not so perceptible any more. Actually l/j alternation is very prominent (as are m/b and p/e etc) so seyas (or any closer phonetics) Thats nothing but Indi: shesh = end.

Also its worthwhile to mention that the Odia: sari (sariba, sarijiba) originates here, because l/r (Japanese Language always renders the l into r) In the end, sari is closer to sura, sur, surya etc (solar = sol + sor, emphasized by double or synonims and taking s common, it means sun)

[just like Gel <> Tel = Oil, Gelman is thus telman or oil Jews, India had them, Bene Israelis, but the primary meaning is sun; suleman, suyan etc]

arche is Greek for Begin. Well why not? Sanskrit is Adya (acha) [this is teh origin of the neutral meaning of arjya = early, adya all are phonetic variation of each other, in fact ardhanariswara is arjyanariswara = male+female+divinity not 1/2 female divinity, also its this arche, adya arjya which becomes aaga(w) Odia for early, first, top, begin.]

Thats the spirit of sanskrit as we have been told, sama+kruta = refined/analyzed from equal consideration of many language tracts.

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