Communication is formed and passed on simultaneously historically and lively in its a2sthetical corpus, sensory content and in its objective-generally valid meaning: Everybody in the same communit can enunciate and understand a statement in the same way not only through one’s own experience, but also through secondary takeover. Language forming belongs in its entirety, in the perceived and non-perceived meanings, to the human community life. The non-perceived given meanings are conveyed in a communicative community through the symbolic language. The formation of symbols presupposes a trustworthiness between the communicators and it also sets further a continuation of the trustful receiving from the past to the future. Communication can strive for its historical permanence by virtue of the universality of symbols, and symbols can render an idea identifiable and transmittable on the basis of its reference to word of life.