Many people hear the word “language” and immediately think of the language that they speak. Then their mind broadens and remembers there are more tounges than just their language. They may not realize this, but I know for myself that when I thought of “language,” my mind immediately went to English. They expanded to Spanish and French and so on. Languages are not only the way we communicate but also the way we think. It changes a person depending on what their first language is. Don’t believe me? Well, let’s go back to the beginning. When you immediately think of your language first, even if just for a split second, that’s a difference, isn’t it? Our language defines the way we see the world. And people will think “well, of course it is. We think in our language.” And yes, that’s true. But I’m talking about other differences. Ones that are harder to see.