early 13c., "rank, standing, condition," from Anglo-French: astat; Middle English estat; Middle French; cognate with Provençal: estat; Old French: estat "state, position, condition, health, status, legal estate"; Modern French état; from Latin: status "state or condition", from root of stare "to stand" from Proto-Indo-European root *sta- "to stand"

When people think of estate, they probably go straight into thinking of paperwork and physical buildings.  Let's take a different view point and look at estate as it pertains to the human body.

Condition

Noun

early 14c., condicioun, from Old French: condicion "stipulation, state, behavior, social status" (12c., Modern French condition), from Latin: condicionem (nominative condicio) "agreement, situation," from condicere "to speak with, talk together," from com- "together" + dicere "to speak". Evolution of meaning through "stipulation, condition," to "situation, mode of being."

Let's look at condicio.

Condicio

Noun

From condīcō: ‎(“I agree upon, promise; fix”), from con- ‎(“with”) + dīcō ‎(“I say, speak”). Compare Latin conditiō.

Definitions

An agreement, contract, covenant, stipulation, pact, proposition.

A condition, term, demand.

A marriage, match.

(metonymically) A spouse, bride (of Christ).

A love affair, amour.

(metonymically) A paramour, lover.

An external position, situation, rank, place, circumstances, condition.

A nature, mode, character, disposition, manner, condition.

A look at dico.

Dico

Verb

From Proto-Italic *deikō; from Proto-Indo-European: *deyḱ- ‎(“to show, point out”). Cognates include Oscan: ‎(deíkum, “to show, point out”), Sanskrit: दिशति ‎(diśáti), Ancient Greek: δείκνυμι ‎(deíknumi) and Old English: tǣċan (English: teach).

I say, utter; mention; talk, speak.
He said that two things had abashed him.
I declare, state.
I affirm, assert (positively).
I tell.
I appoint, fix, name (to an office).
I call, name.
(law) I plead (before).
I speak in reference to, refer to.

Let's breakdown what we have so far.  Your estate is your condition.  Your condition is determined by your agreement, covenant, contract, marriage, character, nature and love.  Quite interesting that love somehow made her way into this definition.  We'll speak more on that later.

Condition is formed by the root words con/com and dico.  Dico means "to speak", as you can see above.   The age old saying of "you are who you say you are" comes to mind as I read this.  So your condition is directly what you claim your condition to be from your own mouth and actions.  Remember, speech (communication) is 10% verbal and 90% non verbal.  "The world is run on symbolism".  To reiterate, your state (condition) of being is determined by what you say and what you do.

Did you notice the *deyk- in the etymology of dico?  Let's dig into that.  

*deyk- is a Proto-Indo-European word that means "to show, point out" and can trace its origins back to the Sanskrit word diśáti, which means:

to point out, show, exhibit
to produce, bring forward (as a witness in a court of justice)
to promote, effect, accomplish
to assign, grant, bestow upon
to pay (tribute)
to order, command, bid
to show, point out, assign
to direct, order, command
to teach, communicate, tell, inform, confess
to show or approve one's self

Dey is a Moorish title of nobility (just as Bey, El, Al & Ali are).  Deys were ruling officials of the Moorish Empire.  To be noble is a condition (state) of being.   As we just covered, dico means "to speak".  Surprisingly, one of the true meanings of Moor is "to speak, to show".  Rulers can also be coined as governors, commanders or generals.  Actually, almost all of the definitions directly above this paragraph are terms that also trace back as meanings of Moor.  Moor is also "love".  Remember, love is a cognate of condition as well. 

The root of diśáti is sat, which means "to be".  To be is life herself, which is 13.  B = 13.  Go figure.

Read our previous posts on What is a Moor? and Haff to really bring your inner and overstanding full circle.

In conclusion, your condition is your estate.  If you're a true Moor, you've gotten back to nature and made a covenant with The Most Highs to keep your heart lighter than a feather (full of love), love yourself, be love and be Moor.  In return, you will inherit the everlasting estate of heaven and eternal life (forever out here™).  The magnitude of the light shining from within you (aka your soul) determines the amount of love you truly and undoubtedly possess.

On the flip side, if you're full of hate, there's no way in hell that you'll ever walk through the gates and inherit the kingdom of heaven.  The only estate you'll inherit is hell; and that's not much of an estate lmao.  Dirty Moors never tell people to get back to nature, but they do have them running through hoops trying to get paperwork that will never work because the love in their hearts stopped working years ago.  That's why it's imperative to become "child like" because a true child is innocent and has not an ounce of hate in their being.

13LOVE to Da13thsun THO!

The only way to heaven is through the sun

Get back to nature and become that light (13) being because...

YOUR heart IS YOUR estate

Forever Out Here™

Clarity Daily®

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