Question of the day.

What’s something people don’t worry about but really should?

My answer:

There are lots of such things that come to my mind but one that I thought I’d write about is extincting languages. On one hand it’s totally subjective because I love language and it’s so sad to think that we’ve already lost so many languages and so many are on the way to be lost and discriminated against or something that it’s kind of weird for me to think that most people don’t really care. πŸ˜€ But second, our languages are part of our heritage as humans, part of our history and our identity, so that’s why I think we should really be more concerned about it collectively than we are, because with each language that dies it’s like a piece of our collective history as humans sort of falls off and then it’s quite difficult to put it back in place even if you try, especially in a way that looks natural.

What’s such a thing in your opinion? πŸ™‚

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Your reference to dead or dying languages reminded me of how we’re no longer teaching kids to write cursive! It kind of seems like a similar issue to me!! On the one hand, teachers ought to prioritize, and I think that means that cursive would get the boot. On the other hand, geez, shouldn’t people know cursive? It’s a strange issue and a dying artform.

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  2. People really should be worried about the mental condition of society. People are overwelmed with loads of informations without any meaning to the perciever. Theres a lot of confusion in our times. The best way to overcome this is to work on mental health: create art, read books, meditate, practice sports etc.
    People should care more about that.

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