Verbal language (being the first form of information technology of some sort), is a limitation of thought by definition.
Human thought and experience, are way more complex and vast than whatever word based language, can propose as means of processing and expressing them.
In this electronic age, where human experience is constantly being translated into the form of information, moving us towards a technological extension of consciousness, choreography can offer an alternative. It can reverse this course of action.
While the unity of the modern world becomes increasingly a technological rather than a social affair, choreographic practice and thinking, I would suggest, remains as vast and as complex as thought and human experience are, and therefore, provides a valuable means of insight into the real direction of our own collective purposes.