"Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive." Anaïs Nin

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Thursday, July 25, 2013

"The Universal Language is in Our Minds"

This is a provoking thought by linguistics lecturer Patrick Boudreault. It is captioned and signed.


  1. Interesting idea. At one time I studied Esperanto and was able to use it a little with the few who knew it. But a far as spoken languages, English has become the universal language. However, that may change someday.

  2. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment, Dragonfly. I had no idea what Esperanto is, and I had to look it up here:


    Why have I not read about this before. That's quite interesting.