Feelings and form

Posted on Dec 11, 2009 in history

“Form follows feeling.”
— David Turner

So, can it be that baybayin forms were shaped by feeling in addition to thought?

Something more to consider.

Are you willing or not so willing, to acknowledge how subjective realms can determine the works of humans?

Isn’t human existence on many levels of existence? How does existence and experience manifest in history, in our works, in interpretations, in our stories?

1 Comment

  1. How popular is baybayin today?<br /><br />I&#39;ve never knew anything about it until I had the urge to research the history of my peoples&#39; past, prior to the Spanish colonialism.<br /><br />How have you used baybayin in your personal life?<br /><br />I&#39;m defintely going to, I&#39;m thinking about getting a tattoo. Whether I do or not, I&#39;m going to at least educate others about it.<br

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