I mused recently in a facebook post about whether our internal processes, and feelings, created the new ideas that emerge constantly in the Attire language, or did the new ideas cause changes in feeling, and thought of themselves. On thinking further it occurs to me that these two things happen concurrently; that one does not truly precede the other.
But what does differ dramatically from other language forms, is that there is, so far at least, no way to codify Attire in a syntactically accurate, and reproducible form. What makes this well nigh impossible, is that every expression stated, every sentence uttered, is materially altered by the person wearing that statement, where they are at the time, and what activities they are engaged in. So, for an Attire statement to be reproduced accurately by two different people, they would have to be not only nearly identical in physique and coloring, but also be thinking, doing, and feeling closely similar things at the time.
One could easily impute this as some sort of judgement, and think of it as a negative because of that. And that is certainly part of how these skills get used daily, by almost all of us, to one level or another; racial profiling being one of the most vicious. But its also an essential survival tactic we have carried into the 21st century from our earliest upright walking days. When it becomes possible for an animal to understand what they are looking at sooner than the animals around them in the forest, that's a substantial advantage. It helps with staying away from danger, facilitates finding an acceptable mate, and aids in the acquisition of food.
So, though there might be a single aha moment when an idea pops into our heads, and that happens before we act, they essentially occur at the same time. We think, and we act in tandem. We have a feeling, and a design for change is born along with it.