An article written by Lee Sonogan
“Namaste means that whatever is precious and beautiful in me honours whatever is precious and beautiful in you.” ― Debasish Mridha
In this world, there are few words that are a gesture of good faith. Like many other words from other languages, the allegories of their meaning are relevant in any interaction that honours the divine from in. Originating in India, it is tradition to greet or salute another in the best way possible. Internationally the zen-like mentality is also used for identifying places standing tall in space and time.
Namaste, a person says, and with just one word, she acknowledges so much. She acknowledges the existence of the soul, she acknowledges the existence of the soul within her, she acknowledges the existence of the souls within other people, and she acknowledges the need to remember this holiest of holy truths often.” ― Sean Patrick Brennan, The Angel’s Guide to Taking Human Form
A compliment to the highest degree, it teaches how to respect others and move forward. Salutations that overcome unnecessary reactions of bias. For example, it does more like how instead of saying sorry, you should say forgive me. Just like Aloha and G’day, it is overall universally accepted. A custom regarded as a positive direction to head in an evolving language.
Beyond philosophy aggressively implemented through culture, the mindset is a reinforming self-improvement tool, applied to determine/creating important value. Simply add it to your vocabulary to the right person or concept and clarity becomes revealed. Bowing to the spirit is a humbling experience, a real indication pointing at the real truth in objectivism.