I've noticed that many of us talk of objective and subjective truths. I lately have faced a lot of paralyzing anxiety concerning my ability to communicate with the written word. The two contributing factors to this belief are rather related to each other -- it is clear that one of them is the cause of the other, but I am unsure which it may be. I do have the tendency to doubt myself when it comes to understanding and communicating ideas. This tendency could either feed, or be fed by, the abstract notion of subjective and objective truth. I am aware that I can understand things from a subjective lens, and that I, myself, have a certain number of fixed traits that objectively exist. How could I ever know or have faith that my writing style or my language in general could ever be something that could accurately objectify something which clearly is not? Furthermore, suppose I could accurately objectify my own subjective thoughts, feelings, emotions, and experiences... I have no assurance that the others that objectify me could be doing it in such a way that takes my previously mentioned translation into consideration. The big question: Is there a failure of language? What can be done, if anything, to aid one's ability to translate an idea into something that can be accurately replicated by all others? Also, how much of this problem could just be the subject, rather than the abstract idea itself? (In other words, is it just me [or some other assortment of individuals] or is it really this abstract idea that causes us all to fail at language?) I look forward to hearing people's thoughts!