“It’s cold outside.”
“There is a bad pain in my lower back.”
It’s not cold outside. “cold” is a label. There isn’t cold weather or warm weather. It just is.
There isn’t a bad pain in my lower back. The body just contains senses. “bad pain” is a label given to a sensation.
The problem with labeling everything is that there is an overwhelming temptation to turn life into a mental exercise rather than actually experiencing life — feeling and living the sensations and feelings.