Thank you for the work you do on the Samkhya project. We refer to it quite frequently in our U.L.T. Sanskrit class. Would you in the future include the root form of each word when possible? We are working on building our vocabulary. It is good to include the root form of a word as we memorize.
Every year I give a talk at the Long Beach Theosophical Society in the U.S. The last two years I spoke on the Sanskrit language. This year I spoke on “The Mind and the Mantra”. Preparing for the talk I read up on current theories of the brain. Most disturbing. Seems most scientists believe there is only a physical brain. No mind. There are statements like: “The word mind is obsolete.” “Mind is an illusion; there are only functions of the brain and body.”
This led me to this question: Is there a corresponding action [in the brain] for every thought? A neuron fires, a synapse snaps, a molecule changes form or is there a mind independent of the brain that thinks?
Looking forward to your thoughts on all this.
Sanskrit can be composed of diff languages, such as Arabic or any Hindu...it is mostly touted as a sacred language and has very religious signifigance to arab...am not that familiar otherwise...Blessed Be!