Falsehood, like childhood, is something a person can grow out of. But he sees that some people try to make it a lot more difficult than it should, especially when surrounded by others who just would not let go of things.
There are people who walk around with closed fists, perhaps not with the intention to hurt someone else, but it certainly helps put them into that frame of mind. So he takes it upon himself to warn others against arguing over words, not because such words aren’t important, but because these words are beneath them and not worth quarrelling over.
People who practice the ways of a commoner and only do common things using common words will remain as people of a common use, while those who set themselves apart like silver and gold lay claim to a special purpose.
He continues to issue warnings, and hopes that it doesn’t take too long for people to grow out of their falsehood.