Student or Learner
In a context that does not help to clarify the meaning I saw a sentence that goes more or less like so:
X does not say "This will be" but "This is to be" or "this is good"; not "This will not be" but "This is not to be" or "This is not good".
The meaning of the "this is to be" parts is unclear to me. Could you help with clarifying what such sentences may mean?
I perceive This is to be as It must be so, it should be so, but the lack of context leaves us in the dark.
I wonder what those four icons at the bottom mean and where they come from.