Ujjwol Lamichhane Posted over 2 years ago Is our destiny to be one world with one language? ...For example if you learn Japanese language you just don't learn another tool to speak to the Japanese people you get insight to the thinking way by Japanese. The same applies to all languages. For example, there might be a term which might not be able to be translated to that new language. That means people will have to sacrifice that culture. Culture takes times to develop. It won't definitely be good if world speaks one language as it won't be good to have human as the only species on Earth. So, how can there be anything as better understanding if all people are homogeneous will similar thoughts as shaped by the one world language. On the other hand, it would mean death blow for all human cultures and civilizations even for the one who language gets adopted because it will become a pasta or stew of randomness to the point that makes it of none but still civilization and people whose language couldn't be the one will be cheated and diminished. I think there should be a competing languages unlike even today. Some time constructed languages are suggested as alternative for Universal language which means none's language and culture. But there inherited problem with these constructed language, they are all syllabic like English, by default Latin scripts and all. So, even if there can be made a universally accepted one language at some people will feel dissatisfied. So, homogeneity is always a no-no. Therefore, diversity is always the best choice that nature has chosen. But this seems to be challenged by some humans who feel that there be global oneness for everything. We should work from now to save diversity and learn to respect each other than merely tolerate them.