Painting is absolute in its essence,words are relative and thus an absolute understanding comes only when consensus comes. Words are not descriptive but prescriptive. only through understanding what is good via a consensus do we use was perfectly, absolutely like for example painting. The proof that I understand relative words which are descriptive absolutely is consensus about good and evil way of living. Even though words are relative and descriptive and everyone has a unique concept of anything one may encounter, the mutual consensus if arrived at sincerely is uniqueness of words because what is relative basically turns into non relativity but perfection. Words are universal and absolutely translatable – understood for everyone. There is not an empirical need to understand what is behind words – words that are absolute (showing good/bad way) can be understood via a universal conscience – God´s essence in us. Painting is via words not explicable – only empirically can I understand it – as opposed to words, which are universal and do not need any empirical knowledge. In real life situations, with concrete people I can never judge what is good and what not. I cannot talk about a concrete prostitute and claim that she sins, I can only say that anything against God is bad and what she does with it is her choice. I cannot be sure that she sins, although everything suggests that she does. Only in words I can be sure what is good and what is bad. Prostitution hurts people is absolutely right but I cannot hold it as truthful for concrete people. What damages people is not empirically proven, only via words. Masturbation can be seen as benefitial, for most psychologist even empirically proved, but definitely wrong thing to do – not based on any experience or empirical analysis. I cannot say I feel better now I do not masturbate, those 4 years, but I am sure it is the right thing to do. We can say that empirically for most people money are essential, but can also hurt people. Empirically we can say that socialism is more fair than capitalism but cannot know for sure that it is better for people. This depends on individual conscience, choice. People must choose good under any political system, be it capitalism, socialism or any other. Empirically we can say that under some political system, for example capitalism, people tend to act according to the law of jungle, because capitalism enforces to use strength and devour weaker. Socialism on the other hand does not want to make differences between people. It is not possible though to say which one is better empirically. Words are not here for descriptive purpose – for this we need empirical knowledge – for example seeing a picture cannot be explained via words, only to a certain amount of understanding, not absolutely – for absolute understanding one has to see the picture. Such communication is not absolute as well, because words I use aim at concrete things – when I talk about someones, or someones picture I use words-concepts which are known to the other party – if I used those words with someone not conversant with a certain picture or a person, I would not be able to describe absolutely the person or picture or anything concrete/unique anyway (the person see words concrete entities, not via words explicable concepts). Via words one can explain absolutely only such things which do not need any a priori knowledge – empirical. Words are here for prescriptive purpose – to show what is right from wrong. All that I write here is also adequate for absolute understanding. This text is not absolute in the way of showing a good way of life, but on the other hand, to understand it, one does not need any concrete knowledge. This applies to any text, not any concrete text. It is not descriptive but prescriptive, how to use words to be absolutely understandable, it is not about a certain amount of knowledge. When reading about any research for example, it is always better to be present when researching, because in words the results of any research are only partial, the empirical knowledge is always more precise – absolute. On the other hand, words are absolute only when they do not direct themselves to conrete (empirical) things.