Do different languages actually exist or were they created to stop us from unity?

We all speak the same language

Either here or there

Our sounds may differ

Our thoughts the same

Our feelings so alike

Our bodies perfect copies

Love in Paris is still love in Japan

Peace in America is still a peace in Iran

Hunger in Africa is still hunger in India

We may sound indifferent when we open our mouths to speak but our eyes speak more than our words ever could.

Why do we keep up this wall language has created?

Why do we choose to ignore our inner desire to connect?

Why don’t we realise we are one inside and out?

Our needs, fears, desires the same.

Once our language fall away, can we become a world of unity.

6 thoughts on “Do different languages actually exist or were they created to stop us from unity?

  1. Lauren Macdonald says:

    This is beautiful, I love that when you visit someone or they visit you, and you do not speak the same language, yet when you clasp their hand and look into their eyes you see their whole world and they see yours.

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  2. ultrapeg says:

    Unfortunately, here in the US we may understand each other’s words but that doesn’t necessarily mean that we speak the same language. The good news is smiles are universal!

    Like

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