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What’s Next After the First Seven Parts?

A | About the First Thumoslang Product

Thumoslang is a new ‘technology’ for social life. It was presented in the original Thumos textbook (OTB), published by Ri4C in early 2017, but its immense power was not realized until December 2018. That’s why it was not identified by the OTB by name.

B | About the Second Thumoslang Product

Trekvella is a collection of 60 episodes spanning 9 Thumoslang series published on Amazon’s reading platform Kindle Vella. Produced by the Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG), Trekvella is the first formal attempt to gather teaching material for Thumoslang. However, it is not a print product. A high school teacher cannot share a non-existing print version of Trekvella with students in a classroom setting. See the article, Introducing Thumoslang and Trekvella, published in August 2021.

C | About the Third Thumoslang Product

ThumoslangBMB is the first attempt to develop a textbook designed for teaching Thumoslang in a classroom setting. BMB stands for the Be More Book, also known as the book Better English & More Wealth. The book’s complete title is An Open Letter to All Students: Better English & More Wealth with Thumoslang. The book’s official hashtag is #ThumoslangBMB. The abbreviation ThumoslangBMB refers to the initial version; see its Table of Contents.

Only the first seven parts of ThumoslangBMB are available as of March 20, 2022.

D | The First Five Parts of ThumoslangBMB

Nickantony Quach (pictured) produced the first seven parts of the booklet ThumoslangBMB during its first week of development; see Appendix 1 below. Part 1.3 – Official Summary of This Book presents a summary of each part. The following sequence elaborates.

Part 1 – About This Book (450 words) explains what the book is about, the importance of Thumoslang, and for what Thumoslang is suitable. This book is about Thumoslang; Part 1 explains its importance.

According to Norman D. Baker, Part 2 – Importance of Matching Understanding (700 words) recalls a portion of an out-of-this-world movie that can be looked up and thus makes the introductory content “engaging, approachable, and easily digestible.” Part 2 This part explains what nomenclature is; it includes the content of S4E1 Matching Understanding from Trekvella.

Part 3 – Immense Power of Thumoslang (700 words) offers a quick demo in three videos. The first two demonstrate Thumoslang’s power. In the third video, a young man articulates the immense power of Thumoslang in a true story captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang101.

Part 4 – Enumeration of Personal Relationships (1700 words) introduces Elias Turner in three different videos. In the second video, [Nomenclature | NDBaker93 | S6E6](v=rCn6qvlTN2s), he recounted his first encounter with Thumoslang. Appendix 4A thereon presents the video’s transcript. Referring to Thumoslang, he said, “what I thought would be a walk in the park turned out to be an extravagant rainbow of ideas my mind couldn’t keep a hold of, calculate, or put together.”

Part 5 – Thumoslang as a New Subject in School (1300 words) recounts the three-way meeting played out in the video [Relationship Count | NDBaker93 Thumoslang105 | S8E2](v=fAso8b69RXk). In the video, Armando, a friend of Elias, experiences Thumoslang for the first time. The reader will encounter Thumoslang thumbnail definitions: involvement, relation, relationship, boundary, implication, and understanding. The writer still did not point them out in an unnecessary digression. This part is the same as S1E3 A New Subject in School from Trekvella. It offers an in-depth demo of Thumoslang. The demo relates to the third passage, about relations and relationships, of Nick’s Final Words for Humanity.

E | About Part 6 of ThumoslangBMB

Part 6 – His 184 Words Changed the World (3200 words) introduces Nickantony Quach (center), Alec Mustafayev (left), and Norman D. Baker (right) as the trio of Bongo One Providence (Bongo1PVD) taking advantage of their tombstone message challenge on the last day of February 2022. In the related video, Norman mentions President Zelenskyy of Ukraine. This reference should relate the reader to the book’s Dedication page. The challenge gives Part 6 an excellent excuse to present Nick’s 184 words. It presents Alec’s impromptu interpretation, analyzes the 184 words, then brings up a reaction from Wesley J. Heywood, Alec’s childhood friend.

As soon as Nickantony Quach shared his 184 words online, Wesley J. Heywood, Alec’s friend, came back with, “Hey, I saw on Ri4CTV the description of Nick’s Final Words for Humanity. Is he OK?” Part 6 responds to Wesley’s question with several rhetorical questions. It leads the reader through a complex philosophical argument; it explains why your life is the reputation you desired the most after you die.

Part 6 identifies all four passages of Nick’s 184 words; see paragraphs 8-11 in Part 6, which includes the content of S4E2 Reputation After Death from Trekvella. According to this part, the third passage of Nick’s Final Words for Humanity is about relations and relationships.

F | About Part 7 of ThumoslangBMB

Part 7 – Most Important Thing in Life (600 words) explains the first passage of Nick’s Final Words for Humanity. “The most important thing in life is your ideal self, comprising your ideals. You can have a good life by going after your ideals at the highest speed possible by keeping the problems mentioned above in your life down to the minimum.” This part teaches two fundamental lessons: living a good life and entering adulthood. A good life requires good relationships, explained in Part 6.

After reading the first seven parts, around 8650 words or 32 pages of 275 words each, readers should have no problems understanding the first and third passages; see paragraphs 8 and 10 in Part 6. The author did not explain the second and fourth passages yet; see paragraphs 9 and 11 in Part 6.

G | The Role of Trekvella

During the first week of making ThumoslangBMB, Alec (pictured) suggested that Trekvella should play a significant role in providing Thumoslang teaching material. He thought we should use the following sequence of Trekvella episodes to teach Thumoslang. The sequence also includes The Unexpected Encounters, an article outside of Trekvella.

[1] The first article is S1E1 – An Important Walk. It teaches success and mentions upcoming concepts such as respect. The text also introduces new readers to Thumoslang’s syntax and logic.

[2] The following article is S1E2 – A Fantasy on Mars. It introduces the ideal-self concept and helps new readers understand the subject better by describing the nomenclature.

[3] The following article is S3E2 – A Family Repaired. It teaches the concepts of respect and ideal-self, aka your ideals. We should present the thumbnail definition of respect more prominently.

[4] The following article is The Unexpected Encounters, Part 6 of Unexpected Encounters in the Chronicle of Bongo One (UECOB1). It introduces the following concepts: service, benefit, gain, income, journey, success, wealth, efficiency, systematic, systematically, authenticity, authentic, leadership, purpose, presentation, consideration, proposal, effort, action, idea, and milestones.

[5] The following article is S3E3 A New Friendship. It helps readers put themselves in the place of two friends who use Thumoslang to maintain their relationship in later episodes. We should present the thumbnail definition of respect more prominently.

[6] The following article is S3E4 Black Mountain of Social Life. It introduces the Black Mountain, which is fundamental to what Thumslang is for. We should add the thumbnail definition of drama.

[7] The following article is S1E3 A New Subject in School. It teaches the following concepts: relation, relationship, inclusion, and service. We need to change “Ed” to “Elias.”

[8] The following article is S1E4 A Foretaste of Love. It explains how ideals are essential to knowing how to love.

[9] The following article is S2E6 Dead-end Walk & Love Bench. It introduces the ideas of Meaning 1.0, Meaning 2.0, and Meaning 3.0.

[10] The following article is S3E8 First Encounter with Love. It explains the four elements of love: respect, acceptance, tolerance, and care.

[11] The following article is S2E7 What a Catch! It explains the concept of leadership.

[12] The following article is S2E8 Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. It teaches the following concepts: presentation, consideration, and effort, and it relates them to the concept of respect.

[13] The following article is S5E4 Your Life Departments. It teaches the following concepts: systematic, benefit, gain, income, and how to run your life like a business. We need to change “Frank” to “Ifeanyi.”

[14] The following article is S4E8 Significance Needs. It teaches the Thumoslang concept of life.

[15] The following article is S2E5 Relation Over Service. It explains the difference between the concept of relation and that of service.

[16] The following article is S3E6 Victory for Humanity. It explains the creation of Thumoslang and the difference between Thumoslang and Thumos. Its challenge to the reader serves as a reasonable conclusion.

H | The Big Picture

It is hard to believe, but Thumoslang was discovered recently, in December 2018. The development of Thumoslang has just begun. The above sections show the complexity of developing the first textbook for teaching Thumoslang in a classroom setting. While we are lost in the making of Thumoslang, we must remember the big picture for it.

As stated by the Preface, the booklet ThumoslangBMB plays a small part in the journey of humanity that began over a hundred millenniums ago when early humans discovered a way to have widespread control of fire. Fire is a tool. The second stage of our technological advance began; the machine age. Humans use machines to extend their energy further than tools can offer. The third stage is automation, which carries out complex or repetitive processes with minimal human assistance.

Tools, machines, and automation are all about conserving personal energy to keep it from being wasted. Trump, Putin, and the likes use nations as their tools but only for personal purposes. They conserve personal energy but not the energy of our humanity as a whole.

The use of the tool, including widespread control of fire, the machine, and then the automation, gives us humans a more excellent projection of energy and power. However, a nation with more energy or power does not have citizens who know how to treat one another better than those in lesser countries. It is, therefore, safe to conclude that technology cannot bring our humanity beyond this point.

ThumoslangBMB makes the first formal attempt to take us beyond the tool, the machine, and the automation. It takes only one Putin to destroy millions of lives in Ukraine within a few weeks in early 2022. It might take a new type of widespread ‘technology’ to prevent the upbringing of another Putin. Thumoslang exists to minimize unwanted drama. Drama; that means, exaggeration of benign events. The war in Ukraine is the most prominent example of unwanted drama globally. The nomenclature thereby plays a small part in humanity’s journey, hopefully going from the widespread control of fire to the widespread use of Thumoslang.

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Appendix 1 The First Week of Developing ThumoslangBMB

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