365 Writing Prompts: 2100

The language of the future: What will it be like? Write an experimental post using some imagined vocabulary—abbreviations, slang, new terms.

It would be superb to have a language that everyone feels comfortable speaking and understanding. It would be a beginning of humanity coming together. Too many wars are fought, lives are lost because of disagreements in speech, attires,and looks.

When God created His favorite humans, He wanted them to get along,have a  good life, help each other, so much could be achieved and so little lost, if only we could understand each other.

We are still evolving, we have come to a point where one language is a priority, at first look we might think of it as an arduous task, how can it be, Man has accomplished so many unbelievable assignments which in the past it was difficult to believe, we now have come to a stage when we are trying to sort out why we cannot live peacefully.

One of the barriers is language, if we all used the same words we’d break the blockade that keeps us apart. We’ve already assimilated countless words from other languages and made it our own.

Let me try a sentence from the languages I know: “Aami love vous.” aami–Bengali; love–English; vous–French , translation:Aami=I, love=is love; vous= you.

I’ll write this for now.

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6 thoughts on “365 Writing Prompts: 2100

  1. Thrilled to read this very interesting post, a very unique and profound idea and the first sentence that you attempted showed your personality and also why you want to have a common language, only because you want to love and you know yourself that this is the only real thing that really matters.

    • Yes Akhtar Bhai,we have all this conflict because we do not love each other,
      we are supposed to love and respect each other, when this happens we won’t be afraid
      any more.Thank you Akhtar Bhai for your wonderful comment.

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