A) Different objects have different molecular compositions but their molecular compositions are not composed of different pieces themselves, thus the two different objects are not inherently different because of their substance, but because of the arrangement of their substance.
B) Language does not exist in the material world. Words are a combination of sounds that only mean something to others who know the same language because they’ve already agreed to connect that combination with the meaning assigned to it, but for somebody who doesn’t know the language or for an animal, it’s just a sound. Language is an idea, a symbol that we take advantage of. It’s based on the arrangement of the pieces, but we disregard the pieces themselves.
C) Existence as we know it is another language, a symbol for us to use, and without realizing it we still create more symbols with this original symbol.